UPDATED ON: by James Worden

William Hill Expands Online Casino Operations Through Real Dealer Studios Partnership

Expands online casino operationsThe renowned sports betting and iGaming company is growing and expanding iGaming options on its platforms.

Although William Hill is reorganizing its online casino operations, it is still aggressively targeting the sector. It has struck a new agreement with Real Dealer Studios, which will result in increased material being released early this year.

Real Dealer confirmed the new arrangement, stating that it will supply the operator with five titles. On the list are games like Real Fortune Finder with Holly, Multi fire Auto Roulette, Real Roulette with Sarati, Real Baccarat with Courtney, and Real Auto Roulette.

William Hill Expands Their iGaming Footprint

Both the William Hill and Mr Green platforms will have these games. The rollout will take place over the next few weeks and will be visible on William Hill's.com and uk portals.

Real Dealer incorporates live dealer games and adds a new element to the whole gaming concept. Rather than just bringing in card dealers, it hires actors to perform the roles. Often, the performers are country-specific, with a "combination of cinematography and RNG (random number generator) gameplay."

This will not be the case for all titles accessible to William Hill customers. According to Real Dealer, two of the releases are "auto" titles.

Real Dealer's lineup also includes studio-captured recorded video of their games. All games have high-quality video and audio, allowing the developer to provide players with a personalized casino experience.

888 is Set to Benefit

The acquisition of William Hill's non-US assets by 888 Holdings is still ongoing. The purchase had to be postponed until the second quarter of this year, but it is still on schedule.

Following the acceptance of the initial purchase deal, William Hill has been steadily restructuring and reorganizing. Once the deal is completed, 888 will have a broader portfolio of assets in William Hill. With such ease of access to the games, gamers now have a lot in store for them.