Live Dealer Casinos – The FuturePublished August 15, 2011 by OCR Editor
Live gaming is extremely popular, and promises to remain so.
Live dealer games are the best online casinos have managed in emulating the land based casino experience. In addition, live casinos are arguably the best use online casinos have managed to make with today's technology, namely streaming video.
Which are the biggest live dealer markets? Which is the most popular live dealer casino game? We offer answers to these questions and more.Live Baccarat or Live Roulette?
Roulette and Baccarat are the largest live dealer games, pretty much tied for no. 1 and 2. Of course Blackjack is a big hit too in its live dealer version.
Baccarat, a high rollers favorite, is where the most professional live dealers can be found, treating players to a classy gaming experience, all the more exciting with live video. Live Roulette, on the other hand, is a lot about the spinning wheel, the action-filled environment, filling your computer screen with live video.
Another secret to what makes a casino game popular in its live dealer version is whether it picks up in a certain market, namely one of the two big online gambling markets - Europe and Asia.Europe or Asia?
For the time being, at least until the US market will open up to online gambling in general, and live dealers specifically, the largest market for these games is the UK. France, Greece, and other European countries are also picking up on live casinos.
The global picture is a reflection of the game offerings; casinos feature Live Asian Dealer and Live European dealers. Yes, Asia - a continent that spans China, the Philippines and other active gambling communities - is expected to catch up soon.Future of US Market?
Expected to take other markets by storm, and to likely change the face of live dealers altogether, is the US market. With regulation - whenever that will be - it will likely be the large casinos from Las Vegas who will broadcast live dealer games. When will the day come that we will see cameras on the casino floors in Vegas?