The Basics of a Live Casino

Live Casino

When online casinos first began to appear around two decades ago they were pretty primitive, distinctly two dimensional and limited. In recent times however operators have spared no expense in trying to make them as close as possible to the experience of playing at a bricks and mortar casino as is practicable. As such live casinos have been born, where a real person is stationed at a table in a studio and the results of the game are streamed directly to your computer screen in real time. There are all sorts of different games that can be played at a live casino, and each one is subject to its own rules and strategies.

A key component of a live dealer studio is the use of multiple cameras. Each camera records from a different angle, for example one of the cameras will tape the dealer’s face while another will record a close up of the roulette wheel. These images are then compiled by software that allows players to see the outcome of each round. The other major piece of equipment that a live casino requires is a monitor. This is used to show the dealer the names of players and their bets, as well as a chat box where they can communicate with other users.

The key thing to remember when it comes to live casino is that it needs to be fun, and the only way to do that is to make sure that there are enough exciting games available for every type of player. That is why it makes sense to offer both slow yet glamorous casino games like James Bond Roulette and fast and exhilarating casino games such as Speed Baccarat.