Gaming Corps Delights Players with Its Unique Version of Classic Baccarat

By | June 26, 2023

gaming_corps_launches_its_own_version_of_casino_classic_baccaratGaming Corps, a small yet acclaimed game development company operating in the global online casino market, has announced the launch of the new table game Baccarat. The Swedish software provider is widely known for its top-performing slots, Mine and Multiplier games, as well as branded content across different categories.

Baccarat is the third title in the Table Games category, joining Blackjack MH and Blackjack Bonus Wheel 1000. Pitting players against the dealer, the latest in a series of new releases offers all the excitement of an authentic Vegas experience.

Original Take on Players’ Favorite

Baccarat is arguably one of the firm favorites among fans of casino classics. A long time ago, it was considered a pastime for high rollers, but today, it is enjoyed by punters of styles and bankrolls.

From now on, numerous partners of Gaming Corps, including Asian-focused QTech, will be able to offer their patrons a brand new version of a hugely popular classic.

Alex Lorimer, Chief Operating Officer for Gaming Corps, commented:

“The game launches keep coming at Gaming Corps and I’d like to thank our team for producing a game that passionate traditional casino games players are sure to love.”

“We offer a diverse games portfolio of Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games and it is a privilege to launch our own take on something we know players enjoy playing, providing the same thrills and entertainment they can experience in a live casino. Baccarat is considered by many to be the most fair table game on the market and I look forward to offering this game to our players.”

Easy Gameplay

On the wave of the ever-growing popularity of baccarat, many studios rushed to introduce their own versions of this engaging game, including US-friendly Wizard Games that recently launched Magic Baccarat.

Even though usually referred to as an easy-to-play game, however, it does have its ins and outs. Bets can be placed either on the banker/dealer side, the player side, or for a tie. Cards 2 through 9 contribute with their face value, while tens, jacks, queens, and kings have a zero value. Aces are assigned a value of one.

The banker deals two cards for both sides and the hand with the value closest to nine wins. The odds for winnings on the player’s hand are 1:2, while the lucky stake on the dealer’s hand pays out at odds of 0.95:1. Similarly, the tie pays at 8:1, and in the case of a scenario when player pairs and banker pairs, the odds are 11:1.


“Gaming Corps Launches Its Own Version of Casino Classic Baccarat”,, June 22, 2023.

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