New private live rooms coming thick and fast

Last week saw the launch of no fewer than 3 new look private live casino areas.

We’re expecting quite a bit of activity, as the migration of tables continues into Playtech’s new Riga dealer studio. We’ve already seen new private branded tables for Sky Casino (which received mix reviews), and Coral Casino (generally well received).

Last week it was the turn of Paddy Power and Betfair to show off their new look (see below). Additionally, 888 Live Casino introduced us to their new Elite Lounge, a new stand alone exclusive area aimed at satisfying VIP players’ thirst for high limit tables.

888’s Elite Lounge

Players at 888 would know they already have a large private area. But bigger is better when it comes to live dealer table numbers. Also doesn’t hurt when it comes to limits if you’re a high roller.

The Elite Lounge contains 5 blackjack tables (2 running 24/7, all running from 4pm to 4am GMT) and 1 roulette table (open 24/7). We’re promised more exclusive promos in this new area. Let’s hope this is the case.

Limits (minimums in particular) are higher on these tables than the older 888 and 777 branded tables.

Sapphire blackjack in the Elite Lounge, with a £250 minimum…

888 EliteLounge blackjack


Elite Lounge roulette…

888 ELite Lounge roulette

Betfair’s new dedicated tables

A new roulette table (with multi-camera capture), and 4 new blackjack tables (including the elusive VIP table) for Betfair.

Betfair blackjack…

live blackjack @ Betfair


Betfair blackjack VIP…


VIP live blackjack @ Betfair

Betfair roulette…

Live roulette @ Betfair

Paddy Power’s new dedicated tables

Same replacement package for Paddys’s…1 new roulette table (with multi-camera capture), and 4 new blackjack tables (including 1 VIP).

Paddy Power blackjack…

live blackjack @ paddy power

Paddy Power roulette..

Live roulette @ paddy power

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