Newly launched live casino studio On Air Entertainment has “hit the airwaves” with its debut live dealer product – Standard Blackjack.
Aiming to “shake up the industry,” On Air has developed its Standard Blackjack with a player-first focus, with the company stating it provides “round-the-clock streaming, one-to-one customer support,” as well as player chat with language filtering and features to speed up gameplay.
“We set out with ambitious plans to bring a brand-new studio and a premium live casino product to the table in less than a year, and have succeeded in doing just that – an incredible achievement for our business,” noted Andres Rengifo, managing director at On Air Entertainment. “It’s thanks to the unstoppable drive, passion and unity our talented team has shown that we have accomplished in just 11 months what has taken others years to achieve.
“Looking ahead to the new year, we’ll be keeping up the momentum with the release of seven classic and unique titles throughout 2022. And with plans to establish a presence in multiple regulated markets, including the UK and Greece in early 2022, there’s no chance of us slowing down.”
Within the title, the Deal Now feature allows players to shorten the game’s betting phase, while pre-decisions lets them decide on an action before their turn. Moreover, the game also offers Perfect Pairs and 21+3 side bets, with a chance to win up to x100 the original bet.
On Air also noted that Multiple Seat and Bet Behind features are scheduled within the company’s roadmap and will be added soon.
On Air has promised to make casino management simple with zero hidden fees to all operators, while ensuring “easy and speedy” game integration. In line with today’s release, the studio has also powered up a purpose-built platform and back-office.
Furthermore, additional language tables will be ready for rollout from December 14, with more languages scheduled. A third environment showcasing a very different look and feel is set for January, while the first Roulette game is set to premiere in February.
Having already achieved Malta Gaming Authority, Isle of Man and Latvia regulatory approvals, On Air plans to extend its global reach to multiple regulated markets in the coming months.