Last Updated: February 22, 2020
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Xprogaming Software & 8 Online Casinos Reviewed
Xprogamming, better known as XPG is an online betting software developer that is based out of Bratislava, Slovakia. The company provides a series of live dealer games, as well as white label and platform services to their customers. The group’s games combine the likes of blackjack, roulette, and baccarat with more obscure games like Andar Bahar, Wheel of Fortune, and Dragon Tiger.
The company has an advanced live dealer studio where they broadcast high definition games, and feature an all-female cast of dealers. The company has also worked with the likes of Pragmatic Play, BetSoft, and Concept Gaming to deploy titles on their platform.
Wheel of Fortune
Judging from this picture, XPG seems to use the same Big Six configuration as in West Virginia. The following table shows the house edge on each bet:
Wheel of Fortune — XPG Rules
The three main bets are offered. I assume they use eight decks, in which case the house edge on each bet is as follows:
- Player: 1.24%
- Banker: 1.06%
- Tie (pays 8 to 1): 14.44%
I don't have much to go on here. I can say the dealer stands on soft 17 and takes a hole card, which likely means the follow the American no peeking rule.
The following table shows the Blackjack games available in alphabetical order.
Xprogaming Blackjack Alphabetic OrderExpand
|Game||BJ Pays||Soft 17||Double After Split||Double||Splits Number||Re split aces||Draw to split aces||Peek||Surr-ender||Return||Total Decks||Live Game|
Just the three main Dragon Tiger bets are offered. Assuming eight decks, the house edge is as follows:
- Dragon: 3.73%
- Tiger: 3.73%
- Tie (pays 8 to 1): 32.77% (ouch!)
Caribbean Stud Poker
All I have to go on is this screenshot, so I don't know much about XPG's Caribbean Stud Poker game. Once I know the pay table they follow I'll update this review.
Judging by the screenshot, XPG deals standard single-zero roulette. The house edge is 2.70% on all bets.
Texas Hold 'Em Bonus
I hate to keep saying this, but all I have is this screenshot. As far as I know, this would be the only Texas Hold 'Em Bonus game online.