Cinematic table games producer Real Dealer Studios is doubling down on its move into sports-themed table games today with the release of Rugby Fever Roulette.
Similar to Hockey Fever Roulette, which quickly became one of the studio’s top performers when it was released in April, the new RNG game presents dealers on high-quality video and is set in a ‘man cave’ packed with sports memorabilia. However, Rugby Fever Roulette has been enhanced to let the player set the game’s theme and scene to match one of five countries: England, Ireland, New Zealand, Italy or Argentina.
The player is also given the option to choose whether their dealer will be the American presenter Sarati, or Dave, a fun-loving Kiwi.
“We’ve seen a huge interest in sportsbook-related promotion for Rugby Fever Roulette as operators gear up for the kickoff in France. They’ve been particularly impressed that players can choose their country and dealer in the game while still enjoying the kind of next-level dealer experience they’ve come to expect from our products,” said Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios.
This unprecedented level of player customisation was made possible by Cinematic RNG, an innovative, Hollywood-style production technique invented by Real Dealer. Under the process, professional actors, directors, and production crew deliver polished cinema-quality recorded video, which is then integrated into a random number generator-based game framework.
This video integration allows the dealers to appear to interact with the player in one-to-one fashion as they take bets, spin the wheel and comments on the results – a leap forward in quality and realism compared with the rest of the RNG games sphere.