This follows the release of their Mobile Roulette in September 2016.
NetEnt has used their Common Live Blackjack as the game to go live with. As this is a one to many
This is a one to many game, where one player hand is dealt that an unlimited number of people can play, so is ideally suited for Mobile play.
Each player will play the hand as if it was their own, with their decisions not affecting how anyone else would play the hand.
It’s a six-deck game played to European rules.
The game can be played in Landscape and Portrait formats on any mobile device.
I tested out the game on my Android Phone and while I didn’t have any issues playing, it’s not really a game that I’d play for a long time on a phone. A tablet is a better option.
You can’t really see the cards clearly and have to rely on the computer generated images to see what’s going on.
The switching between modes is seamless. Be aware that they move the action buttons from the bottom of the screen to the sides when switching from Portrait to Landscape mode.
Out of the two, I preferred Landscape as the picture in Portrait mode is stretched for the height of the screen. It’s still playable but looks a bit odd.
The Lobby is scrollable across the screen. Interesting though and perhaps because it’s not fully released yet that Blackjack doesn’t appear as an option.
If you want to see it then it can only be accessed at Leo Vegas.
The better of the two modes in my opinion. Viewing is much clearer and the action buttons are bigger.
Not a bad effort, but Blackjack tables are not meant to be viewed in portrait mode.
NetEnt has done a really good job with the screen rendering.
It actually looks better as a screen shot than on the device I was using lol!
For your sneak preview, visit Leo Vegas live casino.
I have tried to be objective and consistent with all my live casino reviews. Hopefully, they will strike a chord with you, but I thought it might be helpful to explain the criteria I use to mark each of the casinos. Hopefully, the categories and explanations make sense.
Playability – What is the overall impression of the casino? Did I have a good time? are the dealers nice and chatty and is everything easy to understand? Does it have a good set of games and is there a comprehensive set of betting options? Are high stakes players taken care of?
Software – What is the software like to use and does it integrate well with the rest of the casino?. Are the images clear and is the video streaming fast? Have they taken more than the default shared tables? Is it available on mobile?
Payment Options – Does the casino have a good variety of payment options? Do they payout quickly and on time?
Security – How good is the reputation of the casino amongst other players? Do they hold a valid gaming license? Are they transparent about the security measures they have in place? Are they regularly audited? Do they publish this information?
Support – Do they have multiple methods for communication with me? Is support available 24×7? Do they have instant chat and are they quick to respond? Are they able to help me immediately? Do they have an online FAQ and self-help library? Are the support people knowledgeable about the product I’m playing?
Bonuses – Do they have bonuses?. How strict are the wagering requirements? Do they offer repeat bonuses?. Do they offer loyalty points and can they be redeemed for cash or playing credits?
After all that, would I play there regularly?