Compare Live Dealer Casinos
Key attributes of casinos offering live deal games are set out in the table below. All casinos listed offer browser play live games, with no software download required.
How to choose a live casino that is best for you
Here are a bunch of further considerations that may help with you compare and choose a casino best for you.
Casino versus platform / provider
The live dealer games themselves are not operated by the casinos. They are developed and operated by independent providers who then license their product to the casinos. If your choice will be driven by live game look & feel, house rules or the dealers themselves, perhaps a comparison of live game platforms is a better starting point for you.
Private / exclusive table availability
Some (not all) casinos offer private table areas that may only be accessed by their customers. There are advantages to this, including:
a) more seat availability, dealer choice and bet limit variation, and
b) the casino is able to run promotions/tournaments on these tables, meaning more cash and prize opportunities for players.
You can check out where the biggest live casino private areas are here.
Industry awards & accolades
There’s an element of subjectivity with industry awards; no doubt an element of politics in the adjudication process as well. So winners of the online casino industry awards aren’t necessarily the best casinos out there. But it is fair to say, that the average (or downright bad) operators do not get a look at these awards either, so a winners list does make for useful reading. With this in mind, here’s a list of award winning live casinos.
Promotions / tournaments frequency
Some live casinos offer regular promotions and tournaments. Some don’t. Then there are those that offer regular and very generous offers. Clear leaders in this regard are William Hill, Unibet, Leo Vegas, Mr Green and 888.
If you want to play live dealers on your mobile device, check our live dealers for mobile page.
Your location and casino access
All online casinos have different accepted jurisdiction policies, and these policies are always changing as regulations change in different countries (or internal legal department opinions change). If you see a green tick alongside one of the casinos above, you should be able to open an account and play their live games.