Blackjack Party Facts & Stats
|Release date:||December 2014||Provider:||Evolution Gaming|
|Game type:||Blackjack||Game category:||Game Shows|
|RTP:||99.64%||Max payout:||£25,000 (£250 on Suited Trips @ 100/1)|
|Min bet:||Bet Behind £0.50
Standard Bet £5
|Special bets:||Yes||Devices:||Desktop, Tablet, Mobile|
What is Blackjack Party?
Launched in 2014 Blackjack Party is a richly enhanced low-stakes version of live blackjack from Evolution that is ultimately all about having fun and interacting with the game’s charismatic and engaging duo of TV-style hosts.
This is the only live casino game show style game that utilises both a presenter and co-presenter at the same time, rather than the standard one host, meaning that players enjoy double the fun in comparison to a standard live blackjack table.
The core mechanics of Blackjack Party
Blackjack Party is played with eight decks of 52 cards each has seven available seats at the table, once full, players must bet behind those occupying the seats, just as you would in a traditional land-based casino.
If you’re comfortable with another player making the decisions for you and want to spend your time interacting with the hosts then Blackjack Party is the perfect game for you.
If you would prefer to occupy one of the available seats, but do not feel comfortable betting on the behalf of other players, you do fortunately have the opportunity to prohibit players from betting behind you, removing some of the pressure.
Players on a winning streak will be identified with a ‘Hot Players’ icon. This icon has a number in the middle which signifies how many consecutive wins that player has enjoyed.
Players are given the option to double down on their first two cards, as well as being able to split on any cards of the same value. There is also the option to place side bets on Perfect Pairs (Both suited and unsuited), and 21+3.
Blackjack Party is considered a low stakes live casino game, players that choose to bet behind someone sat in one of the seven available seats can place a minimum bet of £0.50 and a maximum bet of £100. Players that choose to sit in one of the available seats can place a minimum bet of £5 and a maximum bet of £1,000.