Rest assured, if there’s a new live casino provider out there (with all the necessary licensing credentials), and they seem reasonable, Leo Vegas is likely add them.
They may not keep them. I guess that’s largely up to players voting with their mouses and money. But they will give them a go.
So it is with newcomers to live gaming Pragmatic Play. Emphasis on the live gaming here. Because they’re not new to online gaming, having supplied the likes of William Hill, Flutter Group, 888, GVC and others with RNG games. Games they have managed to win awards for. So they know how to make an engaging online game.
They opened their Bucharest studio last year, and now with Leo’s getting them on board it was good to have a look at what they have to offer.
Not exactly a massive game range. Just blackjack and roulette.
But, with lots of spare capacity in their studio hopefully this is just the starting lineup. Quality over quantity is probably the more prudent way to begin things.
Said this in the review, and I’ll say it again here. These tables would not look out of place in an Evolution Gaming lobby. The tables themselves, the studio backdrop, multiple camera angle capture and video quality are not dissimilar.
Not surprisingly, the rules for the main game on their 7 seat blackjack tables are identical to Evolution’s. The same Pairs and 21+3 side bets are also offered.
Didn’t come across quite as many friendly faces as you find on the Riga studio floor however. The dealers in the Leo Vegas promo pic above were nowhere to be found. Just their slightly grumpier colleagues.
But all in all, these games were fun to play.
Hopefully they stick around a while longer at Leo’s.
Quick hand of Pragmatic Play blackjack…
Some Pragmatic Play roulette action…