Live Dealer Casino Games Now at Caesars Online Casino

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Live Dealer Casinos are now becoming a staple across the Garden State as improvements in 5G streaming technology are assisting to add life-like elements to the casino games. Given the effects of the global pandemic upon the opening hours and limited capacities of the state’s bricks-and-mortar casinos, and clearly it is easy to see why quality Live Dealer Casino Games have become an important offering for each and every online casino operator. However, quite surprisingly, until very recently, players looking to find the same option at Caesars were out of luck. Finally, in the fall of 2020 just before Thanksgiving, Caesars Casino & Sportsbook became the latest NJ online casino site to launch a dedicated live dealer platform.

Head of Caesars sports and online gaming and sports entertainment, Christian Stuart remarked,

“Caesars is bullish on the future of iGaming—and with that, it’s important to us to continue to provide our customers the best in online gaming with a superior experience and the latest technology. We’re excited for players to experience the fun and action of playing at a live casino table, from your home or anywhere” he said.

What Live Dealer Casino Games Can You Play at Caesars?

Launched in mid-November, the current crop of live dealer games available at Caesars NJ are;

As yet, the new Evolution Live Craps game is yet to be launched at Caesars, however, inside sources have disclosed that it may not be far away from being added to the Caesars Live Dealer Line-up.

The Caesars Games Roll-Out Marks a Big November for Evolution

The rollout of the Live Dealer Casino platform at Caesars is just the latest in a series of big happenings with Evolution. In a press release on November 23, the award-winning Live Dealer Casino Games developer announced that 93.9% of shareholders in giant Swedish online slots and casino software developer NetEnt, had agreed to accept Evolution’s take over bid in the company and sell their shares.

In June 2020, Evolution Gaming announced a bid of 19.6 billion Swedish Krone ($2.2 billion) for NetEnt. In September, however, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority announced an investigation into the planned takeover, saying that the deal could lead to a “substantial lessening of competition.” The inquiry set back Evolution’s initial acquisition plans by month or two, but were given the green light to complete the deal last month.

The move has global implications in the gaming industry, however, appears to be made very much with the nascent U.S. online casinos market in mind (of which New Jersey is the market leader), Evolution Gaming chairman Jens von Bahr said in a media release;

“NetEnt’s established U.S. positioning combined with Evolution’s existing U.S. studios and first-to-regulated-market strategy will put us in a favorable position to capitalize on the ongoing regulation in North America,” von Bahr wrote.

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