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OnAir Entertainment™️, the go-to provider of premium live casino content to operators in regulated markets, has announced Card Matchup, a new and scalable sports-themed, live table game, to be launched on 10th November this year.

Similar to betting on which team will win in the build-up to gameday, Card Matchup provides players with the ultimate decision – who will win? Home or Away?

Whichever side draws the highest card wins, with table-felt animation providing players with even more thrills while, just like in real matches, players have all the statistics they need to hand during each shoe ahead of making a final bet decision. This includes percentages of all bets placed, historical results, and winning streak.

Card Matchup is another innovative, high-quality production live table game from OnAir Entertainment™️ hosted by a game presenter and available to an unlimited number of online players.

The game comes complete with a customisable UI colour palette enabling operators to use their own branding and even select their own favourite sports teams’ colours. This latest addition to the OnAir Entertainment™️ live games portfolio joins two further sport-themed games, studio Blackjack and Roulette.

Armands Zalitis, Head of Product at OnAir Entertainment™️, said: “Our next game, Card Matchup, will give provide a dynamic sports-themed game to players.”

“We bring a new complete experience with table animations across different game phases, offering tailored offerings to our clients and centred around sports. This is yet another remarkable outcome and was only made possible by the team at OnAir Entertainment™️ through their enthusiasm and commitment.”

The rapidly growing provider has launched nine markets in just 10 months. This includes the recent launch of a suite of tailored table environments for Denmark and the Netherlands, and the coming launch of two new studios, in Romania in Q4 2022, and Spain and Georgia in Q1 2023.

The OnAir EntertainmentTM network is certified in key regulated markets including the Isle of Man, the UK, Greece, Ontario, Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Malta.