gears up to release blackjack on its social gaming platform

August 14, 2023
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Players can get in on the action starting next month.

BitNile Metaverse has unveiled plans to launch blackjack on its metaverse platform, from September 1. This is the latest move in the company’s plan to expand its social gaming platform.

The company said it believes adding blackjack to its lineup will “increase revenue from the sale of in-world coins that are required to play its new blackjack sweepstakes-based game.”

The upcoming launch follows the BitNile Metaverse’s recent roulette release, which gave players the opportunity to win real money prizes via a sweepstakes model game. With the release, players could access coin packages on the platform and purchase varying denominations.

BNC, which owns and operates, said this move has “generated a revenue opportunity for the company” and is eager to continue developing and adding new games for fans.

BNC Executive Chairman Milton Ault, III described the addition as a perfect opportunity to gain substantial revenue and said the group is eager to offer blackjack to gaming fans.

He commented, “We are very pleased to announce that will be launching blackjack as a part of its social gaming experience. I am excited to see the team at harnessing its potential to generate significant revenue.”

Ault went on to add that the company is now in a position to expand through this latest release and future product launches.

He concluded by saying, “More importantly, we are underscoring our commitment to deliver a rich, engaging metaverse experience. While it’s still early in our ramp-up cycle, there is tremendous potential for future growth. There is a world of opportunities yet to be explored.”


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