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Multi-Player Mode Comes to Microgaming’s Live Dealer Roulette on QuickFire Platform

30 January 2011 by Devon Chappell

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Live Dealer Online Casinos: More Than Just Gambling?

Microgaming continues leading the way in multi-player live dealer casino gaming technology with yet another new launch. Introducing multi-player, live dealer online roulette, real money wagering now available at select Microgaming powered online casinos. To be more precise, it’s Microgaming’s “Quick Fire” software platform that offers the latest in Microgaming’s suite of live dealer, multi-player games. First it was the Viper platform ushering in Microgaming’s New Game’s Rollout (at least four new casino games every month of the year), now it’s “Quick Fire” quickly becoming synonymous with the best in non RNG casino gambling.

Now, I know what some of you are thinking: Hasn’t Microgaming long offered live dealer roulette? And the answer is yes. However, Microgaming has not offered live dealer, multi player roulette until now – the addition of which follows a multi-player version of Baccarat. This makes five different live dealer gaming options available for players on the QuickFire platform, including live dealer Blackjack, one-on-one Roulette and one-on-one Baccarat.

Obviously, it makes sense for live dealer online casinos to offer multi-player betting modes. That means more bettors per dealer. The less dealer’s, the less overhead for Microgaming. Beside, there’s only so much space inside the casino studio production facilities where the live dealer action is simulcasted via Web streaming (now available in HD streaming on the QuickFire platform). Going to multi-player mode is also indicative of how live dealer gaming is becoming more popular these days. Granted, I’m still not entirely sure if this growing popularity is because all the live dealers are young Eastern European and Asian women exuding T&A or if some players actually prefer a non-RNG online casino, however, I’m pretty sure it’s a little of both (probably more of the former).

So, considering all the guys out there hoping to turn their live dealer betting sessions into a 1-900 gambling sex chat, I still think the one-on-one games will be popular. However, players need to check the schedule ahead of time and reserve a spot if need be. Since it’s live online betting we’re talking about, which is open to pretty much everywhere in the world, one has to account for changes in time zone. Sorry U.S. bettors, Microgaming’s QuickFire platform is not for you. For just about everyone else, a single account/eWallet can be used to play both the live dealer and RNG version of roulette for real money. Check your Microgaming casino of choice for more information.

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