Yes indeed, Leo Vegas have bolstered their exclusive table lineup with the addition of a complete new area.
This isn’t a refurb or replacement of their Chambre Séparée. It’s a whole new addition.
The Chambre Séparée tables remain, as you can see from this screenshot taken moments ago.
Leo’s Chambre Séparée tables. 5 years on and still going strong…
Interestingly the new area doesn’t (yet) contain any Leo Vegas branding on the cloths or backdrop. This would allow them to also be used by Leo’s subsidiary brand Royal Panda. Another ‘shared’ exclusive setup that has become popular with some of the large multi-brand casino groups.
However they plan to use it, the area looks very nice.
It’s powered by Evolution (need mention this, given Leo’s also offer Playtech and Pragmatic tables, both of whom do private areas these days).
While you can access these tables seamlessly from the same lobby as the Chambre Séparée tables (streamed from Riga, Latvia) these new tables are located in Evolution’s Tbilisi Georgia studio.
Contained within are:
- 1 (European) live roulette table
- 4 regular 7 seat live blackjack tables
- 2 Speed Blackjack tables
- 1 Infinite Blackjack table
- 1 Salon Privé Blackjack table
1 of the 4 new exclusive 7 seat blackjack tables…
If you’re look for a fast deal, there’s 2 Speed Blackjack tables to choose from…
There’s even an Infinite Blackjack table, that never gets full…
The new Roulette table gives you a nice view of the exclusive area…
Top right of the lobby under the LEO VEGAS EXCLUSIVE tab, you can also see the locked private blackjack table. It can only be accessed when vacant, at which point you get it all to yourself.
Of course there are no doubt account balance hurdles that apply and bet minimums are quite large. Although, at the €£100 min bet makes it far more playable table for the everyman than the main Privé Blackjack tables where minimums are in the thousands.