This comes following a major update to PokerStars VR earlier this month, expanding beyond poker and venturing into the VR casino field for the first time since its launch two years ago.
“PokerStars VR has been live for [over two years] and throughout that time a key component of its growth has been engaging directly with our community, listening to their feedback and bringing it to life as part of our ongoing efforts to improve the gameplay experience,” James O’Reilly, Innovation Manager at PokerStars – Flutter Group told pokerfuse.
“Our community asked for slots and blackjack, so we are delighted to now be giving it to them,” O’Reilly added.
For the uninitiated, PokerStars VR is a free-to-play, authentic immersive social game that attempts to combine elements of live poker and now live casino with the online environment and offering almost a lifelike experience.
Just as in the real world, players can literally handle their chips and cards, pick up on opponents’ tells, interact with players on the table using audio chat, and even order food and drinks.
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