What is a Live Casino?

A live casino is a new type of online gaming that is streamed in real-time. The games take place in a secure studio overseen by a dealer. The dealers use RFID sensors to transmit what happens on the table and compare it with bets placed by players. If the outcome is a winning move, the system will automatically credit your account with the relevant amount of money. This adds a whole other layer of reality to online gambling and is a big selling point for some customers.

Depending on the software provider, the games are filmed in studios across the world. These include the Philippines, Latvia, Spain, Costa Rice, Malta, and Ireland. The game developers also offer two options to their online casino partners; license their games ‘as is’ or allow the casinos to rent out tables in their live-stream studios and tailor the experience even more. This is a popular option for reputable sites, such as Las Atlantis Casino, which recently underwent a major update.

The best online casinos will have a wide selection of live games to choose from and many of them are optimized for mobile play. This means you can access the games via your smartphone or tablet without having to download additional apps. However, it is important to check your internet connection before you start playing to make sure that you have a strong enough signal for the best possible gameplay. Nothing is more frustrating than getting into the groove of a live casino game only for it to get interrupted by a buffering circle or unresponsive graphics.

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