Live roulette provider Authentic Gaming has entered a milestone agreement with 888, one of the world’s leading online gaming and entertainment solutions providers, making its entire suite of games available to players in regulated markets such as the UK, Sweden, Denmark and Italy.
Under the partnership, players will gain access to live roulette titles streamed from Authentic Gaming’s state-of-the-art ARENA Studio, including 24/7 Roulette, Grand Roulette and the provider’s unique Blaze Roulette.
Blaze is a classic roulette format delivered in a gameshow environment with a host instead of a traditional dealer. It has become Authentic Gaming’s flagship product since it first went live in 2019 and is hugely popular with players in markets all over the world.
The partnership also introduces Authentic Roulette to 888 players, which streams live from real tables located on the floors of real casinos around the world as well as Authentic Gaming’s Premium Tables package, which includes streams from:
- Foxwoods Casino Resort (USA)
- Royal Casino (Denmark)
In addition, players can access tables located in the following prestigious casinos:
- Casino International (Georgia)
- Bad Homburg Casino (Germany)
- Aspers Stratford Casino (UK)
Jonas Delin, CEO of Authentic Gaming, said: “This partnership with 888 is a breakthrough moment for Authentic Gaming and marks our arrival as a leading live roulette provider. 888 one of the world’s leading online gaming and entertainment solutions providers and we are thrilled to offer our games to its players.
“Live roulette is enjoying a surge in popularity as players seek out a more authentic online casino experience, and our games have been designed and developed to provide the most engaging and thrilling experience which complements 888’s existing games for its players.”
Guy Cohen, SVP B2C at 888Holdings, said: “At 888, we are focused on offering our players a wide portfolio of games. We are pleased to add the live roulette provider, Authentic Gaming, to our platform and we look forward to working with them in the future.”