Living the stream

If you’ve paid a visit to any of the major gambling exhibitions in the past few years it’s clear that live casino is viewed as the future of online gaming, supplanting software-generated games dictated by RNGs. It’s the realism and transparency that appeals to players. Cambodia has wasted little time becoming a live casino hub in the Far East with increasing numbers of casinos installing cameras and the necessary tech to cater to remote gamblers – particularly in China. Cambodia boasts nearly 70 licensed brick-and-mortar casinos, with the majority clustered in the coastal resort of Sihanoukville, the border town of Bavet near Vietnam and Poipet on the Thai border. By law, the Kingdom’s casinos are off limits to Cambodians, so live casino is a way of diversifying revenue streams.     Yet with many properties lacking the experience, know-how and equipment to offer online games, some have turned to white label...

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