It’s been a long time since the guys at Vuetec have made any noticeable changes to the look and feel of their live games.
For the last five years or so the ‘in-casino’ live stream specialists have been powering casinos such as Dublinbet and Lucky Live with table action from inside the Fitzwilliam Casino wrapped in a UI that had a decided early internet feel to it. From an aesthetics point of view comparing it to some of the leading live games platforms was, in video gaming terms, like comparing Atari’s Space Invaders to Call of Duty played on Xbox 360. Not so flash (or should that be Flash?).
I’m happy to now report that this situation has been remedied to some extent with the news that Dublinbet have just launched new look live games.
“In case you didn’t notice, we’ve launched a brand-new look to all our games. Our new interface makes for a much more fun and engaging experience playing at dublinbet.com”
You’re still getting live vision from the same tables within the Fitzwilliam Casino in Dublin and the Palace Casino in the Isle of Man, with no change to the rules (or video for that matter). But the skin is a marked improvement on the old version; both visually more appealing and also less clunky to play.
Dublinbet’s new look Punto Banco live baccarat
Dublinbet’s new look live roulette
Dublinbet’s new look live casino lobby
The lobby is a great improvement and supports Dublinbet’s simultaneous multiple table play feature nicely. Select your table from the menu left, whether that game be from inside the Fitzwilliam or Palace casino, launch it and it remains open as a tabbed window until closed. In the meantime you can open other tables and switch between tables using the tabs (as you would switch browser windows).
As yet the new look games haven’t been launched at Lucky Live Casino or any other Vuetec powered casinos. Hopefully for players at those casinos this is only a temporary situation.