Unlike traditional land-based casinos, online casinos allow players to access their games from the comfort of their homes. In addition to table games, these casinos also offer slot machines and lotteries.
In live casino games, players are connected with a real-life dealer through a live stream. They can ask questions to the dealer and watch him deal the cards. In addition to chatting with the dealer, players can also place bets on the chat window.
The lobbies are designed to give the player an authentic casino experience. The game is broadcast live to the players, and the experience director manages the scene from a nearby control room.
The most popular live casino games include blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and poker. Some of the best operators partner with game studios like Evolution. These studios produce games that are incredibly detailed and beautiful. They also have high-scoring dealers who respond to questions quickly and efficiently.
The main piece of technology that is used in live casino games is optical character recognition. Optical character recognition is embedded in the live stream, which enables the software to recognize all the characters on the cards. This technology also allows the online casino to know whether the player has dealt a Royal Flush.
The live stream itself is protected, and the payment platforms are usually heavily encrypted. These features give players peace of mind when they win a big jackpot. In addition to live casinos, some operators own both land-based and online casinos.