In recent news, we’ve learned that DraftKings had unveiled a brand new Live Casino studio. Indeed, the Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) operator teamed up with the Hard Rock to offer more entertainment possibilities to players.
In fact, as entertainment goes, the new Live Studio will make the envy of competitors. And primarily because it’ll operate around the clock, every day of the week. Without a doubt, having a Live Dealer studio in operation 24/7, instead of 15 hours a day will significantly boost the DFS revenue. At least that’s what they’re hoping for. But also the company is betting on the increasing demand for live dealer table games to stand out from the mass.
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Blackjack and Baccarat
While DraftKings is an expert at DFS, they’re still new to Live Dealer games. Hens, the company worked closely with Evolution Gaming to develop its new facility. In essence, the studio has six tables to choose from, and five of those are Blackjack tables. The remaining table hosts a fast-paced variation of Baccarat where cards are dealt face up for 5 times faster action. All in all, the new area can accommodate 35 players for now. But will undoubtedly grow with the demand.
Jason March, head of gaming for DraftKings commented on their latest innovation. “We have had a lot of demand from customers to expand the service and offer different components. This includes the promotional aspects of having more fun with the dealers and creating our brand image.”
The demand is high
Draftkings is certainly not the only company who has an interest in Live Dealer games. Indeed, if you remember earlier this year, Evolution invested bags of cash to create their own live studio in AC. Plus, they also acquired their main competitor, Ezugi, which the Golden Nugget once owned. Live Casino games are super fun. And it seems they’re taking the garden state by storm. Players want to interact with the dealers even from the comfort of their homes. And thankfully New Jersey is answering the call for interactivity it seems.