Amazing Gaming is an online betting software developer that’s based out of Malta. The group holds licenses in its native Malta as well as Curacao, and Romania, all of which give the company a broad customer base. The company has a set of different games that they develop, including table games, slot machines, and a full sportsbook.
The table games include baccarat, blackjack, and roulette, and are generally well-presented. The group has also developed live dealer titles, wherein you have the opportunity to play table games from a broadcast studio. These games have a live dealer that you can interact with. This is the closest you can currently get to getting a brick and mortar experience online, and we recommend you try this out should you get the opportunity.
Moving forward, it looks like Amazing Games will be porting their titles to more casino operators. This will expand the user-base and give the company the opportunity to expand operations.
The blackjack rules are about as bad as they can get while still paying 3 to 2 on a blackjack. Everything else cuts the dealers way with eight decks, dealer hits soft 17, double 10 or 11 only (this is truly insulting), no double after a split, no surrender, no re-splitting aces (or anything), and dealer doesn't peek for a blackjack. As far as I know, these are the worst blackjack rules I've ever seen online.
The following table shows the Blackjack games available in alphabetical order.
Deluxe — This is what I would call standard baccarat
Super 6 — This is what I call Nepal baccarat, where a Banker win on a 6 pays 1 to 2. The house edge on the Banker bet is 1.46%. The Amazing Games web site indicates the Super 6 side bet, which pays 12 to 1 on a winning Banker total of 6 pays 12 to 1. These are terrible odds, resulting in a house edge of 29.98%. In land casinos that side bet pays a more reasonable 16 to 1.
Unfortunately, I couldn't get either game to work on their web site, so this is about all I know about them.
The Amazing Gaming web site mentions roulette, but I don't have password access to play it. All I can give you is this thumbnail from their site, which clearly shows a single-zero wheel.
The Amazing Gaming web site mentions Dragon Tiger, but I don't have password access to play it. All I can give you is this thumbnail from their site.