Mr Green bets on red and black with live roulette tie-up

Mr Green bets on red and black with live roulette tie-up

Thursday, August 24, 2017 Posted by James Walker
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Players on the Mr Green platform will now gain access to live roulette games

Online gaming operator Mr Green has bolstered its live casino offering through a new partnership with HD-streamed roulette specialist, Authentic Gaming.

Under the terms of the new agreement, Authentic Gaming will provide the operator with its innovative Authentic Roulette product.

Players on the MrGreen.com platform will now gain access to live roulette games streamed from the floors of some of Europe’s premier land-based casinos, including Casino Bucharest in Romania, Saint-Vincent Casino in Italy and Casino International Batumi in Georgia.

They will also be able to take advantage of Lucky Ball side bets, which offer payouts of up to 120:1.

Authentic Roulette allows land-based operators to live stream games from roulette tables located on their casino floor to an unlimited number of online players via the supplier’s network of B2B clients.

Malta-based Authentic Gaming launched Lucky Ball Roulette, in partnership with fellow developer GES, last month.

“Seeing first-hand how popular it was with players, we reached out to GES to sublicense the game in the online space,” managing director Jonas Delin told TotallyGaming.com.

“They provided details of the mechanics and mathematics of the game, along with the provision of branding elements and advice on the RNG configurations, which allowed us to craft the online version.”

Totally Gaming says: This new tie-up with Mr Green marks the latest in a string of high-profile partnerships for Authentic Gaming. Online operators continue to realise the benefits of live roulette, and the addition of Lucky Ball side bets provides an added draw, as players now have even more chance to win big.

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