What is a Live Casino?

A live casino is a form of online gambling that allows players to connect with a real dealer via a live video feed. The dealer uses real cards, chips and a roulette wheel while the player uses software to make wagers. This gives players the most authentic casino experience outside of a brick and mortar casino. Players can also chat with the dealer, adding a social element to the games. This type of online casino is very similar to regular online casinos in that it can be played at any time and on any device, from desktop computers to mobile phones.

Despite differences in appearance, styles and atmosphere created by the different software providers, all live casinos have something in common: the people working them. These are real dealers, who work in shifts. Whether they are wearing suits and ties or purposely skimpy outfits, these croupiers are the heart of any live casino experience. Their enthusiasm and friendliness is what attracts players, who can then discuss the game with them and even get to know them.

The biggest Live Casino providers have many departments in their organizations that create, build and train the dealers who operate their games. They have planning and technical departments as well as studios where they shoot the games. Once the games are ready, they are marketed to casinos by their sales and business departments. They are then installed in casinos, where they can be played by customers.