Smart Gaming Group to Offer Live Dealer Products in Germany

Published Sunday, August 05, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

Smart Gaming Group, is a software developer for live casinos with its headquarters in London, they broadcast their offerings of regulated, live-dealer gaming products to a global audience. Regulated, in the U.K. by the Gambling Commission their broadcasts are approved by OFCOM and are broadcasting now on the SKY television network. Smart Gaming Group has developed innovative new betting options across their spectrum of Live Dealer products, enhancing traditional casino games and increasing player lifetime value.

Now Smart Gaming Group, has signed a deal with one of the top German land based casinos, Spielbank Schleswig-Holstein. With Germany holding huge gambling potential this is a great step forward for Spielbank Schleswig-Holstein. Smart Gaming Group’s Smart Live Box solution will aid Spielbank Schleswig-Holstein with customer satisfaction and retention. Wagers are done in real time using results from the table games such as roulette produced by the casino.

Matthias Hein, who is the Managing Director of Spielbank Schleswig-Holstein commented on the arrangement between Smart Gaming Group and his firm stating, “that the company is very glad and proud from the fact that it will be able to provide its famous table games in real time through the Smart Live Box provided by Smart Gaming Group. He also stated that this is a very important step for the company because it enables it to stay updated with modern day technology.” Adding, “This solution is the flag ship product of the Smart Gaming Group. It includes cutting edge and innovative technologies that allows the punters to place their wagers wherever they are. They can be in their room, restaurant or in any other place in the casino and they will still be able to wager.”

Smart Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer Darwyn Palenzeula, said that “this new partnership with Spielbank Schleswig-Holstein will allow the company to provide its live casino games to a much bigger audience.”

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