Extreme Live Casino at Betvictor

We first caught wind of Extreme Live Gaming in early 2014 after it had just just become part of the Novomatic group of companies.

Big things were promised back then, including, “the opening of a new Europe facing studio that will be located in London”.

They’ve made good on their promise. The studio is indeed open for business. It is located in London and what’s more, you can play the games right now at Betvictor.

It’s a case of new year, new line up of live casinos to choose from at Betvictor. Still four different options in total, but they are now:

  1. Victor’s Live Casino (powered by Media Live…no change)
  2. BV Grand (powered by Evolution Gaming…no change)
  3. Victor Royale (powered by NetEnt…added late last year)
  4. Betvictor Extreme Live Casino (powered by Extreme Live Gaming…just added)

Club Victor (Microgaming) and Victor’s Palace (Amaya/HoGaming) are no longer on the roster.

Live (Super 6) baccarat at Betvictor’s new Extreme Live Casino
Extreme Live Baccarat

Live from London

Extreme’s new London studio streams blackjack (7 seat), baccarat (Super 6) and roulette (European).  It houses 10 tables and 50 or so dealers presently (according to the Betvictor splash page).

Certainly not the smallest studio launch we’ve seen, and from the jobs being advertised at the Extreme Live Gaming home page it looks like they’re positioning for plenty of future growth.

Developers, and budding dealers/pitbosses are all being sought.

“We invite all confident presenters / croupiers to be part of our major project in our London studio! Applicants for this role are required to have an exceptional standard of personal presentation as the role demands a high level of customer interaction and a pleasing personality is desirable.”


We’ll get a more detailed review of the games as soon as possible, but first impressions were pretty good. The games played well and Elizabeth (and her fellow dealers) ticked the box on the exceptional standard of personal presentation demanded of their employer.

Of particular note was a reasonably unobtrusive survey that popped up on exiting the casino asking to rate their games.

Usual industry practice is to simply tell players, “we are the best”.

Asking players, “how can we be better?” is a far more constructive approach.


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