With rapid dealing speeds, and an intuitive player interface, game speed is quick," said Brad Martin, Business Development Manager for Interblock USA. "With over 60% of the North American tables market being derivatives of Blackjack, popularity of the game itself is a given. What will be most appealing to operators and players alike is a lower base denomination on Blackjack, as well as having a twenty-four hour offering that is fun to play as an individual or on a full table."
Organic Card Blackjack has been installed in Slovenia, Jamaica and Spain for over 12 months, and was voted as Top International Gaming Product by IGWB.
NIGA 2010 also marks the start of a new era for multi-player platforms, with the launch of Interblock’s multi-game, multi-denomination, multi-player platform, Organic Twins. Available in a range of configurations from 12 stations up to 16 stations, Twins allows casinos to offer their players the ability to choose which game they want to play out of Dice, Roulette, and Video options. For the operator, this means increased utilization of available terminals and for players, a more enjoyable and interactive playing experience.
Both products will be revealed at the National Indian Gaming Association exhibition in San Diego 8 to 9 April, 2010. Interblock can be found on booth number 2153.