Known for its innovation, British supplier Realistic Games has released the world's two most popular blackjack side bet games: Perfect Pairs and 21+3. Both these games are licensed by table games specialist Games Marketing, proven performers in land-based and online casinos around the world. As well as enticing new and old players alike, these games have features that offer more opportunities to win and bring in big revenue.
About the Games
Everyone loves a bit of blackjack. And if you don't… What are you even doing here? We jest, of course. However, like it or not, there is no denying that Blackjack (or 21 to some) is a staple of casinos across the globe. It's fun, it's easy and prizes can be huge. Now with these side-bet games, it's about to get a hell of a lot more fun.
“Our blackjack is very popular, but these two side bet games will only add to the thrill of playing it and the impressive returns for those who operate it,” said Realistic Games Commercial Director Andy Harris. “The fact that they work seamlessly across all desktop, tablet, and mobile devices dovetails very nicely with their widely-acknowledged success in the land-based arena.”
It's fine if a game can perform across all platforms (in fact, it's our belief here at Droid Slots that game developers should operate on a “mobile-first” philosophy) but what's so unique about these new games? Well, Perfect Pairs and 21+3 promise to deliver on that front with a multi-channel approach. This means they get to be played alongside other games simultaneously.
“Realistic's blackjack is one of the very best available and their multi-channel approach reflects our own,” said Games Marketing CEO Chris Reynolds. “It is a real compliment that they've chosen two of our side bets to give players an added dimension to what is the perfect snacking game.”
Where Can I Play Them?
Perfect Pairs is based on standard blackjack and gives players the opportunity to win bonus money by placing a wager on their first two cards producing a pair.
21+3 combines two of the most popular casino card games in one, as standard blackjack is joined by a side bet based on a three-card poker hand formed of the player's first two cards and the dealer's up card.