BETER Live, the dedicated developer arm of the namesake iGaming and sports betting specialist, has announced a new game to its portfolio, Sic Bo. The new game is featured as part of the company’s growing number of titles in the Live Casino segment. BETER is following on a strong trend which is underpinned by heightened interest in the vertical, which has pushed the firm to increasingly expand its footprint in the Live Casino territory.
New Addition to BETER Live’s Portfolio
Sic Bo reminds players of roulette, BETER Live explained in a press release, and the company is now confident that its titles can stand head and shoulders above other versions available out there. The BETER Live version features numerous side bets which, the company hopes, will pique player interest, and inspire loyal player bases. BETER Live director Anna Vikmane commented:
We are continuing to expand our line of Asian games and take our product to the next level. Sic Bo is a gambling classic and is a favorite for many people all across Asia. It therefore seemed the obvious choice as we work to expand our audience in the region and to offer our customers a completely new experience of a high-quality live casino product.BETER Live director Anna Vikmane commented
Players will have further control over their gameplay by using the intuitive user interface that makes it easy to track information about each betting round. The Sic Bo is implemented in a stylish Asian Studio where BETER Live uses its advanced Live Casino solutions to ensure that everything comes together nicely, from camera angles to the continuity of the experience, to the quality of the picture.
BETER Live is a new name in the casino industry at least so far as the live studio goes. The company announced plans to roll out its first four products back in December. Since then, business has been picking up with the company teaming with Parimatch and others. BETER has also deployed sports and esports solutions along with other options. The company announced that it will be available at G2E Asia this month.