Studio ready to introduce hugely popular premium version of traditional game to all operator partners
BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer and betting games supplier, is set to take its popular Andar Bahar game to wider global markets following its successful initial debut.
Having been originally launched as a bespoke live dealer product in specific markets, the game has established itself as firm player favourite due to its simple yet engaging gameplay with a signature BetGames polish.
A hugely popular traditional card game, Andar Bahar is famed for its straightforward playstyle. The dealer reveals a card and the player must bet on whether a card of the same value will appear on either the left side (Andar) or the right side (Bahar).
If a card with the same face value falls on the Andar side, the stake is doubled, and if it lands on the Bahar side, the player loses.
With new games being drawn every 90 seconds, the rapid nature of the play makes it ideal for a Live Dealer setting – as well as perfectly suiting BetGames’ dedication to creating regulation-friendly, low-stakes products that provide extended entertainment.
The expansion of Andar Bahar’s availability comes at a time of unprecedented growth for BetGames.
Following a record-breaking 2020 for commercial success, the award-winning studio has recently opened its Malta Hub, with plans to recruit more than 100+ new colleagues to support its global operations.
Commenting on Andar Bahar’s global launch, BetGames.TV’s COO, Aiste Garneviciene, said: “In creating Andar Bahar, we wanted to take the much-loved classic card game and give it our unique BetGames twist.
“Following an initial launch with Betway and given the game’s immediate success and global appeal, we made the decision to add it to our portfolio worldwide.
“We’re dedicated to staying unique and offering betting experiences that make players feel right at home. Andar Behar’s mechanics, betting rates and ease-of-play have made it an instant favourite, and we can’t wait to take it live with our wider network.”