Virtual Dealer Roulette from Mirada
October 8, 2008 (InfoPowa News) — Internet games developer Mirada Gaming has unveiled its latest product, Virtual Dealer Roulette, which offers completely synchronized, single wallet gaming capable of broadcast to TV and streamed live to licensee websites with games played simultaneously across all major platforms.
Virtual Dealer Roulette features video-rich multiplayer gaming action and is the first in a range of Virtual Dealer products planned by Mirada as a new and quality gaming experience. Capable of being streamed online, on TV, and simultaneously across various platforms, the product plays pre-recorded clips in real-time based on numbers generated by the company's random number generator
Principal features of the product include multiplayer capability; completely video-led; made for TV but can be streamed live to the web 24/7; synchronized delivery to online players; advanced 3D graphics linked to the game and the players; wide selection of French bets; supports registration with web 2.0 community features based on profiling, messaging and chat; interactive content; and live statistics.
Shows are created using a range of carefully scripted video clips and filmed using a range of presenters. The addition of real-time player information displayed using 3D graphics makes the experience as near live as possible, without the ongoing costs of maintaining a live show.
Virtual Dealer Roulette is highly adaptable and is available as a standalone game with APIs for existing TV or web services, or with CrossBet enabling technology to include wallet, licence, back office reporting, additional games, and CRM.
Mirada's CEO, Jose-Luis Vazquez, says: "Games need to be fun, visual, provide a sense of community, and these are all the ingredients we are adding to traditional gambling products. The result is a video roulette that stands out from the competition, applies to both online and interactive TV worlds, and offers platform operators a great way to differentiate their offer for a fraction of the cost of live dealer solutions."