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Electrifying Lightning Blackjack Makes Its Debut

As one of the world’s leading developers of live casino products, Evolution Gaming has gained a reputation for producing highly innovative titles. As well as inventing exciting live game shows such as Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt, Crazy Time, and Dream Catcher, it’s producing an award-winning collection of “Lightning” live dealer games.

The world-famous software developer Evolution Gaming has just announced that it has created an exciting new game for live blackjack fans.

Lightning Blackjack has already started to be rolled out at online casinos and bingo sites, and it joins Evolution’s Lightning Roulette, Lightning Baccarat and Lightning Dice.

More about Lightning Blackjack

New Lightning Blackjack is available in both first-person and live versions. First-person titles are single-player games that use computer-generated graphics and Random Number Generator software rather than live dealers. Live games, on the other hand, are multi-player games that are hosted by live dealers.

The main difference between standard live blackjack games and Lightning Blackjack is that the latter boasts enhanced, multiplied payouts. It also boasts an insanely high RTP of 99.56%.

It uses European blackjack rules and eight decks of cards. Blackjack pays 3:2 while the dealer must stand on a soft 17.

Every hand offers an exciting multiplier that can potentially boost your cash balance as you continue to play. The value of your hand is tied to the multiplier, and this means that a hand worth 17 or less is boosted by 2x, a hand of 18 receives a 5x multiplier, and hand values of 19 or 20 gain an 8x or 10x boost respectively. The most generous multipliers can be gained through a hand total of 21 or blackjack, and they’re worth 15x and 25x respectively.

Other Evolution Gaming news

Last month, Evolution joined forces with Betway to expand the reach of its live casino games to the American states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. It also signed a partnership agreement with a popular Dutch operator called Janshen-Hahnraths which owns Fair Play Casino.

The same month, the company published its latest interim report which showed that its operating revenues had increased by 97%.

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