Italian giant also launches Playtech’s scalable All Bets Blackjack variant
Playtech has launched an exclusive live Roulette variant, Quantum Roulette, in Italian with Snaitech – the first game of its kind to launch in Italian language.
Designed around Single Zero Roulette rules, Quantum Roulette features multipliers on certain “Straight Up” positions in every game round, with up to five multipliers from 50x to 500x. To add to the excitement, two special events – the Quantum Boost and Quantum Leap – will happen at random, enhancing the multipliers even more. A Quantum Boost increases some or all of the multipliers by 50, while a Quantum Leap doubles or triples some or all of the multipliers, creating incredible win potential.
Based in a high-detail immersive studio and hosted by native-speaking dealers, Quantum Roulette brings visuals, sound and presentation together to create a unique, highly immersive atmosphere. Designed with interactive studio elements, the game delivers an engaging combination of visual appeal and innovative gameplay.
In addition to the exclusive Quantum Roulette game, Snaitech has also enhanced its live Blackjack offering, introducing a new scalable All Bets Blackjack variant table. Designed with a distinctive and luxurious look and feel, All Bets Blackjack is available to an unlimited number of players, and features a series of side bet options for a varied and exciting experience. Players can play one, none, all or a selection of the side bets on any round, giving them the freedom to tailor the game experience to their tastes.
Edo Haitin, CEO at Playtech Live Casino, comments: “Quantum Roulette has been one of our most popular new games of the last year, and we’re delighted to be exclusively bringing it in Italian and operated by native-speaking dealers. Quantum Roulette and All Bets Blackjack are fantastic examples of the experience-led, innovative gameplay at the heart of our strategy and, having proved highly successful in other markets, we’re confident Italian players will love to play the popular game in their own language.”