Vibra Gaming has launched its latest table game that will bring blackjack to the Latin American audience.
Said to integrate a “realistic and dynamic interface” that focuses on the player’s point of view, Vibra’s online-mobile table game includes several features that can earn players stacks of chips.
Ramiro Atucha, CEO at Vibra Gaming, said: “It was a challenge for us to emulate one of casino fans’ favourite games in a digital format, but we believe we have succeeded with flying colours.
“We are very proud of the work we have done and are confident that it will soon become a fan favourite within our gaming portfolio.”
In the game, players can choose to select the chip value and betting area, double the current bet button, split button and insurance option, used if the dealer has an Ace In his hand, and equal to half the initial bet.
If chosen and the dealer had blackjack, the insurance bet players 2:1 and the initial bet is forfeited. However, if the dealer does not have blackjack, the insurance bet is lost and the original bet is played.
All Vibra Gaming games, including blackjack, can be played on any desktop and mobile device, as well as on land-based terminals. It also features zoom in and out views for desktop and a visible paytable option for mobile.