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Ritz Club, Golden Nugget to Launch Live Casinos
- August 9, 2016 By Nemanja L. -
The Ritz Club in London and Golden Nugget Casino in New Jersey have announced their plans to expand their offering to feature live dealer tables in their respective online casinos.
Evolution Gaming, one of the leading providers of live dealer games for the online casino industry, have penned a deal with the prestigious Ritz Club Casino in London that will see the venue offer the company’s live dealer products via online channels.
While most games will be streamed live from the Evolution Gaming studio in Riga, the real highlight of the offer will be Dual Play Roulette, taking place on the Ritz Club Casino floor.
Single Dual Play Roulette table will be housed in the casino’s main gaming salon, with the live dealer tables found on the Ritz Club website set to feature appropriate branding to further enhance the overall gaming experience.
It is important to note that only Ritz Club members will be allowed to play at the casino’s online live dealer tables.
Evolution Gaming had already reached an agreement with Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square, meaning their presence in the UK will be even greater when the Ritz Club live casino launches later this year.
Golden Nugget Leads the Way in New Jersey
Meanwhile, there has been some very good news for the live dealer enthusiasts residing in New Jersey, as Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget Casino will become the first US venue to feature live dealer games online.
The world-famous casino establishment will stage invitation-only party to celebrate the launch of their live dealer product, which will be located in the atrium of their Atlantic City casino.
The New Jersey casino has seen very good numbers of late, raking up $3.5 million in June, and chances are the introduction of the live casino will further improve their fortunes.
Having said that, everything suggests that rival casino operators in Atlantic City will follow in their footsteps, and avoid missing out on potential windfall.