When you think of the leading online casino game formats you think of online slots. In 2015 it seems that the slots genre is dominant across the board, while this is the case it wasn’t always a matter of reel related dominance. Table games were once the call of the day in the late 90s to the mid 2000s, with players seemingly not being able to get enough of the classic casino action. Sadly as time has progressed and technology has evolved these table-based games have fallen out of favour. Taking up the charge in returning online table games to prominence is Felt, who through Unibet will now able to showcase its entire new range of table games to the world.
Felt started operations back in 2013, with the company’s goal being to revitalise the fortunes of online casino table games. After years battling against the tide it seems that Felt has finally found a operator that is willing to put their full weight of support behind their creations. Moving forward Felt games will now make up a part of the Unibet game catalogue.
What can players expected?
Leading the charge with Felt’s new Unibet game rollout is an old favourite that has been given a brand new overhaul. Through the working arrangement Unibet members will be given access to seven new side bet based blackjack games including Perfect Pairs and 21 + 3.
On top of the blackjack arrivals players will find that roulette has been updated with the introduction of Double Ball, which is looking to be a very interesting game. Of course, should you need to read up on the basic roulette rules before trying it out with the Double Ball format, you can find a helpful guide at UK casino portal www.freespins.uk.com.
It seems that in 2015 few really associate the term innovation with table games, but it is evident that Felt are changing that way of thinking. Lucky Ladies, Suit’em Up, Lucky Lucky, Buster Blackjack, and various other Felt creations are all set to change the Unitbet game landscape. If you’re a Unibet member there are truly exciting times ahead.
Will the new table games look to compete with the slots market?
John Pasonage, Felt’s CEO, is by no means a new face to the industry, in fact he has a fairly lengthy back-story. He was once SkyBet head and only launched Unibet off of the back of the experience he gained working at one of the UK’s largest casino company’s. When announcing the new arrangement with Felt he was quick to let the world know that he see’s slots and table games as truly separate entities moving forward. He said, “The games from Felt have by no means been brought in to supplement the slots genre, nor fight for its market share. We feel that the games from Felt can stand on their own right and draw an audience all of their own”. It seems that Unibet feels that Felt’s games can stand tall unsupported. For more information on the new working arrangement between Felt and Unibet, keep an online casino news portal tab open in your web browser.