Netplay TV is a London based, UK Gambling Commission regulated, and AIM exchange listed company specializing in delivery of ‘for TV’ live casino games. Netplay TV was acquired by Betsson Group in early 2017.

The company’s core product, live roulette, was first broadcast into UK homes on Freesat TV in 2008.

In 2009 Netplay signed a deal with Channel 5 which would see live roulette from (wholly owned) SuperCasino become the first real money, playable casino game broadcast on UK free to air television. In April 2015 Netplay’s broadcast deal with Channel 5 was renewed, extending the relationship through until 2018.

Presently, Netplay’s live roulette product (via SuperCasino and Jackpot 247) is broadcast live on Channel 5 and Sky 862 in the UK on a limited schedule (6pm to 3am at time of writing) as well as online, being both PC and mobile compatible. SuperCasino live roulette was made available on Apple’s App Store in the UK in 2010, becoming the first real money casino App.

The Netplay offering is quiet quite different to that of other live casino  platform providers. They have a very limited game range that is purpose developed for television broadcast. They did dabble with live blackjack and baccarat for TV but obviously didn’t get the traction they were looking for as these games have disappeared.

If you’re looking for plenty of tables and games to play and a casino type atmosphere, look elsewhere. If you want to see your name scroll across the television on the winners roll, and are happy to play only roulette, this could be the provider for you.

Website: www.netplaytv.com

Studio: London, UK

Regulator license: UK Gambling Commission

Licensee casinos include: SuperCasino, Jackpot 247 (both wholly owned by Netplay TV)

Number of tables: 0-10 | 11-20 | 20-50 | 50-100 | 100+

above average

average

below average

game range

European Roulette (with presenter), European Roulette (auto wheel)

device compatibility

PC and mobile (iOS, Android)

dealers

Their presenters are more like game show hosts than croupiers

studio ambience

This is a TV game. Think Who Wants to Be  Millionaire

interface intuitiveness

Very good played online (PC and mobile). Not tested played on television

interface effectiveness

All works seamlessly. No glitches.

video quality

As you’d expect for a TV broadcast product, quality is good

audio quality

As above

languages

English only