Macau-based electronic table games specialist LT Game Ltd has just launched its new E-Baccarat table. It combines a live dealer with electronic betting.
The newly developed E-Baccarat allows for between five and 10 players to play on the table simultaneously. The dealer just deals the cards – he is not required for placing bets or collecting winnings, the gaming manufacturer said in a statement.
The players will still be able to flip the cards and have the experience of playing on the tables like in any conventional baccarat table, but their payout will be done by the system automatically.
“With this payout system the players gain more privacy and security,” LT Game said.
Other players will also be able to bet on E-Baccarat table games from their own betting terminals since these tables can be connected with LT Game’s Live Multi Game Machines.
LT Game said the E-Baccarat table would improve the game speed and efficiency. It added that the table allows for cash and vouchers to be automatically converted and stored.
“One of the advantages for the casino operators is having a complete record of betting and credit points. Other advantage is that they can minimise the human error of the dealers and reduce labour cost,” the company added.
LT Game has currently three E-Baccarat tables in the casino at Macau Jockey Club, which reopened in May under a gaming licence of SJM Holdings Ltd.
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