Baccarat is the main product at SA Gaming’s lobby. It is one of the most popular table games in Asia. The game is simple, fast-paced and exciting. Player competes for its hand value of cards with that of Banker and players bet on the results. Other than basic bet types, there are more betting options like Pairs, Natural (getting a hand value of 8 or 9 with the first two cards), SA Gaming also offers special Side Bet types like Lucky Six.
Players who bet on Lucky Six wins when Banker wins the game with exactly 6 points. Winning with two cards pays 12 to 1, while winning with three cards pays 20 to 1! Besides betting options, SA Gaming offers different varieties of Baccarat with various features and ways to play. Traditional Baccarat of SA Gaming offers a countdown time of 30 seconds, while there is an accelerated version known as Speed Baccarat, with a countdown time of 20 seconds only. Players have to make quick decisions so they do not miss any opportunity.
Traditional Baccarat pays 0.95 to 1 for Banker wins. SA Gaming offers No Commission Baccarat where it pays 1 to 1 for Banker wins. All bets on Banker are returned in the event of a Tie!
Another variety is Cow Cow Baccarat. Players who are familiar with Asian games may know that Cow Cow is another popular card game in Southeast Asia. SA Gaming has imbued this game into Baccarat, with changing odds, which are yet to be determined until cards are revealed.
The payout is decided by the point value of the winning hand. If Banker wins with 7 points, for example, Banker pays 7:1 while the Player loses 7 times of the bet. This is a dynamic game with changing odds where a lot of players find it exciting! With a reduced countdown time, the thrill is brought to the maximum!
Dragon Tiger is a table game commonly found in Asian casinos. Asians regard dragon and tiger as the most fearsome creatures in the world. The dragon ruled the heavens while the tiger ruled the earth. Therefore, the game Dragon Tiger indicates the duel between these two mighty creatures.
This game of chance is simple and fast to play as there are only 3 bet options, Dragon, Tiger, and Tie.
The winner is decided by comparing Dragon’s hand value to that of Tiger. For point values, 2 to 10 are represented by their face value, while A, J, Q, K have 1, 11, 12 and 13 points.
In Dragon Tiger, suit is not considered. When both Dragon and Tiger has the same hand value, that round is a Tie. In the event of a Tie, all players betting on Dragon or Tiger lose half of the bet and the other half is returned to them.
SA Gaming’s Dragon Tiger allows zoom-in camera, where a close-up of the cards is provided.
Alternatively, there is also digital card view above the roadmaps, showing instant results acquired by the scanners. Together with other games, the Multi-Bet function at SA Gaming’s lobby allows players to view brief status of all tables in one page. Players can make quick decisions and bet on multiple tables so they do not miss any opportunity.
Originated from France, Roulette is one of the most popular table games in casinos all around the world. The dealer spins a ball against the spinning wheel. Players have to guess which pocket the ball is landing after the spin. SA Gaming’s Roulette adopts a European style Roulette, where there are 37 numbered pockets, including a ‘single zero’ pocket.
Roulette is attractive for its great variety of bet types. There are straight bets where players can make a bet on any individual number. Players can also bet on any two vertically or horizontally adjacent numbers.
Players can also bet on columns, squares or 2 columns of numbers (6 in total). There are also bets covering 12 numbers (row bets, set bets) and 18 numbers (Red/Black, Odd/Even, High/Low).
The betting layout can be switched to wheel layout, where players can bet on number groups based on the positions of the numbers on the wheel.
SA Gaming’s Roulette applies two camera angles to provide two views of the game.
The first camera angle is a full studio view of the whole Roulette and the dealer. Here players can see how the ball is spun. The second camera angle is a close-up shot of the wheel. Players can see clearly which pocket the ball has landed in, confirming the result. It appears on the bottom left corner so players can watch from both views simultaneously.
SA Gaming also provides a full view of road map, showing past results (Statistics on Red/Black, Odd/Even, High/Low distribution. There are also hints on hot numbers and cold numbers, helping players decide what to bet next round. As the betting area involves so many options, SA Gaming has made layout switch easy and accessible. This is best shown from the mobile interface, where the screen is much smaller but the UI has been reengineered to retain its functionality fully.
Sic Bo is also called Big/Small bet. It is an old Chinese game passed from generation to generation.
At SA Gaming’s table, the game uses a sealed dice cup with 3 dice placed inside. Players place bets to guess the total points of the dice after rolled by the machine. Fast-paced and easy-to-play, Sic Bo is widely popular among Asian players.
There are a lot of bet options in Sic Bo. From Big/Small, Odd/Even, to doubles and triples, as well as any combinations of two or three dice, and a specific number on 1/2/3 dice. To make things easy for players, SA Gaming has included all of the above bet options and have them categorised into different types, such as Popular, Featured, and Double. It is even more convenient for players to play Sic Bo on SA Gaming’s devices than in land-based casinos.
SA Gaming’s Sic Bo applies a set of switching cameras to provide different views of the game.
The first camera angle is a full studio view of the table, the dice cup and the dealer. This camera view is used when the countdown is underway. The second camera angle is a close-up of the dice cup. This camera view is used when the dice roll is in progress. Players can see clearly the dice are rolled.