Pegasus Gaming Corp., a European Facing Turn Key I-gaming platform solution and e-commerce services provider, is pleased to announce the company has begun exploring the possibility of deploying Live-Dealer video technology for its casino game suite.
Traditionally, online casino game suites have been relying on RGN (Random Generating Numbers), numbers generated by the game server, for every card being displayed. This has led to some discussions from the players’ perspective on the fairness of the RGN being used by each online gaming operator. With this in mind, Pegasus has begun exploring the possibility of launching a Live-Dealer video streaming casino technology whereby players can now play casino games against a Live Dealer via video streaming to their computer monitors. Players can now see the physical cards being shuffled on the gaming table as well as being dealt from the card holder, as if they are playing at a physical casino. Due to the size of the video screen on the players’ monitors, and to ensure the players can see the cards adequately, a bigger size deck of cards (6X12 inches) will also be used. After extensive research, the company found that the most popular Togel Hongkong game being played in the casinos in Europe is Baccarat. With that in mind, Pegasus will focus on deploying Baccarat initially to be followed by other popular games such as Black Jack, Roulette etc.
“The addition of this new Live Dealer Video Technology will set us apart from the other gaming solution providers in the region. We believe our licensees will enjoy this new product as it will help them create a new source of revenue,” stated Pegasus Gaming President and CEO, David Cheng.
South Africa Lottery Contract On Hold
The South African National Lotteries Board has suspended the award of a seven year contract seven-year exclusive national lottery contract pending a review after it said that winner Gidani and rival bidder Uthingo had not revealed sufficient information about their shareholders at the time of the tender.
The board announced that it would now have to reconsider the process.
Gidani – in which Greek lottery firm Intralot’s South African unit has a stake – was due to begin its operation of lottery activities at the beginning of April and is said to be considering an appeal if necessary.
A spokesperson for Intralot said that they expected the situation to be resolved quickly to avoid a temporary discontinuation of the national lottery game.