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Live Dealer Casino Launches at Full Tilt

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Full Tilt customers can now enjoy a live casino environment thanks to the launch of the new live dealer option that went live this week.

Live dealer online casino games are growing in popularity because they, as the name suggests, use an actual person to deal the games instead of a computer program, which gives the customer more of a live casino experience but from the comfort of their own homes.

Evolution Gaming are powering Full Tilt’s new offering, streaming action from Full Tilt designed and branded blackjack tables and one roulette table from the Latvia capital, Riga. In addition to the Full Tilt exclusive tables, players can enjoy other Evolution Gaming products such as Casino Hold’em and Baccarat.

Speaking of the launch of the live dealer casino, Sam Hobcraft, Director of Casino at the Rational Group, said: “Offering the best live casino has always been core to our strategy for Full Tilt and we have worked very hard with Evolution to create an environment that will be the very best product on the market. It will be offered to our customers through all channels, but we are particularly excited about the mobile product.”

The Full Tilt exclusive roulette tables allow stakes of between $0.50 and $2,500 with wagers of between $5 and $1,000 being taken at the Blackjack tables. There is a VIP Blackjack table that allows bets of between $5 and $2,500.

The Full Tilt VIP Blackjack table
The Full Tilt VIP Blackjack table

In January 2014, Full Tilt soft launched its blackjack and roulette products and has since added slots and now its live casino. After the takeover of The Rational Group by Amaya Gaming, the CEO of Amaya David Baazov revealed the company is looking to push into the social gaming and sports betting fields, although no date has been set for either of those new initiatives.

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