History of Live Casino Games
The concept of gambling has been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. While initially done on an informal basis, gambling started to become much more structured with the onset of gambling establishments, first seen in Italy in the seventeenth century. The idea of gambling began to seep into North America during the nineteenth century. It started modestly on boats and in bars but with the development and growth of Las Vegas, gambling was to become one of North America’s largest and most successful industries.
With the creation and mainstreaming of the internet around 20 years ago, online casino establishments saw an opportunity to merge the physical activity of going to the casino with the now common activity of surfing the net and the Live Casino online casino was born with games such as Live Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, , Casino Hold’em and more, now available to all from the comfort of their own home.
While the early online casino experience was rather basic compared to the traditional casino, the rapid development of technology meant that in no time at all players were feeling that there was almost no disparity between the two. Live streaming now enables players to experience Live Casino games online and give them the feeling that they are playing in a real bricks and mortar casino. Players can actually see as an actual dealer, deals out the cards in front of their own eyes as the familiarity of their regular casino is duplicated on the screen in front of them.
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The latest trend in remote gambling is, Casino TV. Players can still wager from the comfort of their homes. But instead of playing on a laptop or home computer, the casino games are conducted on TV. Most of the popular casino games can be played on Live Casino TV and this includes roulette, blackjack and baccarat.
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