Extreme Live Gaming’s tables are no longer available.
Extreme Live Gaming was founded in 2013 as a live dealer games pure play. Following an acquisition in 2014, it became part of the Novomatic Group, an Austrian headquartered gaming giant with 2014 revenues just shy of €2 billion and EBITDA of €647 million.
When Novomatic bought Extreme Live Gaming they signalled their intent to invest heavily in the business’s growth. That commitment is now showing, with the late 2015 launch of a London studio offering a substantial game/table/dealer range for a relative newcomer.
What’s more, the games were delivered impressively. Obvious thought and expense went into the presentation of these games and they’ve already been added by some big brand casinos.
They also began live streaming tables from the floor of bricks and mortar casinos using their Live Box land based casino solution. Casino Admiral in Gibraltar were the first casino to get on board.
In June 2018, the company changed hands again, acquired by rising RNG games provider Pragmatic Play.
Following the acquisition, Extreme Live Gaming tables began disappearing at all their major licensees and are now no longer available.
Pragmatic Play do now offer live dealer tables, presumably leveraging some of the technology that came with their purchase of Extreme Live. With a new studio and game UI, it’s a very different offering.
Showcased below are the Extreme Live Gaming tables prior to closing down.
Regulator license(s): Malta MGA, UK Gambling Commission, eCOGRA
Number of tables: 0-10 | 11-20 | 20-50 | 50-100 | 100-250 | 250-500 | 500+