Caesars Digital has signed a deal with Inspired Entertainment for the provision of bespoke hybrid dealer games for its online casino apps in the US.
Under the terms of the agreement, Inspired will deliver a set of bespoke hybrid dealer games using its virtual CGI, green screen and real dealer footage to the Caesars Palace Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino apps.
Inspired’s hybrid dealer technology is a patent-pending innovation that blends branded casino and gameshow casino content without having to use an actual live dealer.
The games do not require a studio as the results are random-number generated, while the action is scheduled 24/7 throughout the day to provide consistent gaming opportunities.
Brooks Pierce, President and Chief Executive Officer of Inspired, said: “We are excited to be working with Caesars to bring these revolutionary Hybrid Dealer products to their players. Hybrid Dealer is a whole new category of games, and through our advanced technology,
Caesars will be able to provide realistic experiences to their players without the expense and effort of dedicated studios and staffing.”
Without the requirement for more staff and studio space, Inspired states that it can deliver high-quality games for a much lower price than other suppliers, whilst claiming to offer “unprecedented flexibility”.
In the bespoke Caesars titles, players will be placed in a gameshow and table game scenario based at the Las Vegas strip and Caesars’ flagship casino properties.
The games will leverage Caesars’ strong brand in the casino space, particularly on the Las Vegas Strip, allowing players in legalized online casino jurisdictions to experience those casinos without leaving their homes.
Matt Sunderland, Senior Vice President and Head of iGaming at Caesars Digital, said: “We are always looking for new ways to enhance the player experience and for ways to keep our players engaged.
“Inspired’s Hybrid Dealer technology provides a customizable gaming experience that is second to none and allows our players to enjoy the thrill of our iconic Caesars destinations in a whole new way.
“This partnership is a testament to our dedication to providing the best online casino experience for our players through cutting-edge offerings.”
Reporting its Q3 results last week, Caesars confirmed that its digital business posted a profitable quarter, driven by the success of its Caesars Palace Online Casino app.
Caesars Digital posted $2m in adjusted EBITDA for the quarter, a significant turnaround from the $38 million in losses posted in Q3’22.