Well not the the live dealers personally, but the whole package…interface, studio and the dealers themselves (no surgery just nice new uniforms).
Playtech’s Asian based live games have always boasted a great range…particularly if you’re a baccarat fan. But in terms of look and feel they weren’t a patch on the Euro studio games that have for some time now been set in the opulent surrounds of a swanky looking gaming floor complete with a bevy of beautiful and engaging dealers. Instead you were faced with a rather lonely looking dealer isolated on a single table with a very clinical looking blue background.
Not sure how engaging the Asian dealers were back then. I mean they may have been lovely…it’s just hard to establish a rapport with someone when you can’t communicate with them.
Thankfully now the blue background has been torn down and what do you know? Behind it lay a really nice looking gaming floor. Or at least one has been contructed.
Another pleasant surprise was a a happy audio greeting from the the dealer at the first table I joined. Yep, now they chat. And turns out they’re really quite pleasant!
No change to game range and rules (all baccarat variations still offered – multi-seat, mini, VIP, progressive, in-running) ….only the skin they’re delivered in.