BETER Live, the live casino brand of next-gen betting and gaming solutions provider BETER, has announced studio expansion plans as it continues in its bid to revolutionise the vertical.

The ambitious provider plans to double the number of tables in its main studio by the end of the year, meaning even more high-tech, entertainment-first gaming experiences for its partners’ players. 

Its state-of-the-art cinema-style studio boasts impressive features including dynamic lighting, 4K quality cameras and an interactive wall, all of which go towards delivering a completely unique live casino experience.

Launched to herald a new era of live casino, BETER Live’s portfolio of quality games is developed by a team of live casino and TV production experts, with the new generation of player in mind.

Games are led by experienced casino dealers whilst operators will benefit from localised server deployment and a full range of complementary languages.

Anna Vikmane/ LinkedIn
Anna Vikmane/ LinkedIn

Proudly heralding BETER Live’s exciting future, the brand’s director Anna Vikmane said: “BETER Live is growing rapidly and experiencing exponential growth right now, so it’s only natural that we compliment this growth by increasing the size of our studio allowing us to offer players more.

“All the pieces of the puzzle are beginning to fall into place, we’ve announced our first selection of live casino games and have agreed partnerships with industry-leading operators. I can’t begin to explain just how proud I am of our journey so far, this is only the beginning – watch this space!”

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