New Deal Gaming, who is a new player on the online gambling software development market, has launched its first ever game on Guts.com online site and sealed a business partnership with white label provider EveryMatrix which should ensure its unparalleled growth.
Guts.com, which started last April 2010, is the first gambling operator to feature New Deal Gaming's Bluff 21-true multiplayer blackjack game, which prides itself as a brand new approach to the popular casino game.
Licensees utilizing the p2p game produce income from rake like in online poker. In New Deal Gaming's Bluff 21 game, participants take turns being the blackjack dealer, starting a p2p game in which players plays against one another instead of the casino.
The first card given to each participant is in face down position so the element of luck comes into consideration. The pace of the game is very quick and is simple to learn but trickier to master.
Due to the hidden card, players can now show a better card hand than they actually possessed or bust without revealing it, hoping that the blackjack dealer will decide to do the same to force a tie. In this aspect, the game bears some similarities to poker.
When acting as the game dealer, the player can choose to stand or draw regardless of the value of the cards, increasing the excitement in the Bluff 21, where players both need to have skill and luck to succeed in the game.
New Deal Entertainment N.V.'s Bluff 21 game and platform have been in development for two years before the launch at Guts.com last month. Both the board and management of New Deal Entertainment, which is registered in Curacao, boast of more than thirty years of experience in the web gaming market.
New Deal Gaming Chief Executive Officer Tor Skeie said on May 25th, 2010 that New Deal gaming will aim to feature more rake driven multiple player card games to its gaming platform and aims to roll out new games every quarter.
Skeie said that their existing and future casino games will bring something extraordinary but still a familiar game to casino players. He said that the game gives an additional revenue source as well as a one-of-a kind tool to retain customers and attract new gaming operators.
By Victor Sanchez
published Monday, July 26 , 2010