Thursday April 4, 2013 : ITALIAN APPROVAL FOR HO GAMING LIVE DEALER OPERATIONS
 
HoGaming wins AAMS approval for online live casino operations
 
Live dealer action provider HoGaming reports that it has been approved as an online Live Casino Provider in Italy by regulator Amministrazione Autonoma Monopoli di Stato (AAMS).
 
The approval enables HoGaming to give Italian operators the opportunity to supply their players with an individually-branded suite of live dealer games.
 
From HoGaming’s point of view, it’s an opportunity to showcase the third generation of their live casino platform in Europe’s largest online gaming market. The company's suite of live dealer games, which includes a roulette, blackjack and baccarat variations, will be streamed from their studios in Estonia.
 
The company is also offering its land-based customers the opportunity to stream live dealer games straight from its own land casinos via individually-branded studios staffed by native Italian-speakers, ensuring a truly localised experience.
 
“It’s the perfect opportunity to show European operators that we’re serious when it comes to offering them opportunities that were previously exclusive to the top Asian providers. Our live casino is scrupulously fair and completely secure, and we’ve ensured that the range of games, the quality of the stream and the reliability of the platform are unmatched anywhere in the world,” said HoGaming’s CEO, Peter Kjaer this week.
 
‘We’ve built a system that assesses a player’s connection speed and optimises the stream accordingly, so operators can be completely confident that their players are enjoying the best experience possible. We’ve also introduced custom chip values, the ability to ‘bet behind’, and customisation.”
 
Kjaer revealed that his company plans to release the mobile version of its platform within the next few weeks.
 
“We’ll be the first to make full use of 3G and 4G networks to stream live dealer action to players’ tablets and smart phones, regardless of the device’s connection, make or operating system,” he said.