June 11, 2020 written by

Evolution’s new Power Blackjack game

Evolution Gaming, a specialist in creating online Live Casino products, recently released a new game to their portfolio.

Power Blackjack was first launched at ICE 2020. It builds on Evolution Gaming’s Infinite range, which contains titles such as Infinite Blackjack and Free Bet Blackjack.

Power Blackjack

This new version of Blackjack comes with some special features. It offers an unlimited number of seats for players at one single table, which will give players a fresh gaming experience.

Furthermore, what makes Power Blackjack more unique is the fact that players can choose to multiply their winnings by doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling down their bet on the two dealt cards. They can even do this after a split!

You play power Blackjack with 8 decks. The 9s and 10s have been removed from each deck but the picture cards remain, which gives players the chance to try out new gameplay strategies.

The game has 4 optional side bets- Any Pair, 21+3, Hot 3, and Bust It. Hwever, it is without the Six Card Charlie rule.

Keeping it fresh

Todd Haushalter, Chief Product Officer at Evolution Gaming, said:

“With this game the mission was to give players more of what they love about Blackjack without changing the underlying gameplay. We know that players love classic Blackjack, but we are always looking for new ways to keep it fresh. Creating a version where players can triple and quadruple down, instead of just double down, felt like a great way to do this.”

He followed this with:

“A few years ago we created Infinite Blackjack, which is simply a Blackjack platform that allows an unlimited number of players at just one table, instead of the standard seven seats. Building on the success of our proven Infinite format, we have created further new Blackjack game types such as Free Bet Blackjack and now Power Blackjack, with more to come in the future.”

Evolution live casino

Since it was founded in 2006, Evolution Gaming has revolutionised the online casino market with its live dealer products.

It offers many different versions of the ever popular table games of Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Poker, and more, so players have plenty of choice of titles! For example, they offer Lightning versions of Roulette and Blackjack, as well as the Infinite versions we mentioned earlier.

For Blackjack alone, Evolution Gaming offers Live, Speed, Infinite, Free Bet, VIP, Salon Privé, as well as the new Power game.

Some of the other games they can provide include Monopoly Live, Mega Ball, Football Studio, Deal or No Deal Live, and Dragon Tiger.

Evolution Gaming works to make these games top quality and supplies them to many different operators across the globe. Evolution Gaming optimises each game for mobile and desktop play, and offers real-time interaction with the dealer and fellow players.

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