GPS Global is currently beta testing a new Live Dealer Elimination Blackjack offering, and plans to add it to the firm's existing games inventory in the coming weeks. GPS Global already offers Live Dealer games, including Roulette, Three Card Poker, Baccarat and Red Dog Poker running at operations like LazerWager.com and Deal4Real.
Other games in development by the Costa Rica based GPS Global include Let It Ride, Sic Bo, Casino War and Rummy.
GPS Global claims that there are only a handful of companies that offer the latest developments in live dealer software and videostreaming, which allows casino players to play casino games in a real-time environment beamed from a studio elsewhere in the world to their computer via the Internet.
“This is going to set a new standard in the industry,” said Lawrence Davis, Director of Casino Operations for GPS Global. “Live Dealer Casino games are relatively new to this industry, and the feedback from our players has been tremendous. Our players feel more comfortable seeing the cards shuffled and dealt in front of their own eyes, as opposed to a computer randomly dealing the cards.
"Having Live Dealer Blackjack Tournaments was the next logical step, and we’re proud to be one of the first companies to offer this. We strive to be the leader in this industry, and after offering the largest variety of Live Dealer casino games, five right now and seven more near completion, we are very excited to launch this new product.”
Elimination Blackjack Tournaments have grown immensely in popularity over the last few years, with most major online casinos offering them on a daily and even hourly basis. However, by interacting with live dealers in real time, the Live Dealer Blackjack Tournament will set the bar for customer enjoyment, Davis claims.
“Elimination Blackjack Tournaments are taking the world by storm, in much the same way poker has exploded in the last decade,” he added. “The sport is still growing in popularity, and that fact is proven by the number of players that enter these online tournaments every day.”
GPS Global has begun beta testing on the new software this week. Testing is expected to be completed in the next three weeks, and the announcement of the public launch will be made shortly thereafter.