Vivo Gaming have been delivering live games for just over a decade now. Their game delivery has improved considerably over that decade.
Their website isn’t overly forthcoming on who exactly is behind the operation (company name, or headquarters location). But on the plus side, 10 years of controversy free operation does say something in itself about the ethics of those behind the operation.
Opaqueness aside they do offer a very diverse game range and plenty of tables to choose from. And they stream these tables from quite a few dealer studios and bricks and mortar casinos around the world.
Within a Vivo live games lobby you’ll find tables within terrestrial casinos in Europe and Asia. You’ll find studio tables from Bulgaria, Georgia, Columbia, Uruguay and the Philippines. Some premises are operated by Vivo. Some are operated by third parties. Consequently studio look and feel is eclectic. You’ll find dealers in ballgowns; dealers in bikinis. Some are all business. Some are busy dancing while they deal.
Despite the wide variety of what you’ll see captured on a Vivo live video stream, commendably, the user interface is consistent across all games.
It’s a UI that is simple to use irrespective of the game you’re playing, or whether you’re playing on PC or mobile. Necessary information is always at hand and easy to find. We particularly welcome the disclosure of the complete house rules for all games.
A notable interface feature that sets Vivo apart from other providers, is the ability to display the game window in any of 26 different languages.
Studios: Varna & Burgas in Bulgaria, Batumi Georgia, Cali Colombia, Manila Philippines, Montevideo Uruguay.
In-casino streams: Portomaso and Oracle Casinos in Malta. Queenco and Princess Casinos in Cambodia
Regulator licenses: Curacao & Bulgaria State Gaming Commission
Licensee casinos include: Operators using EveryMatrix CasinoEngine
Number of tables: 0-10 | 11-20 | 20-50 | 50-100 | 100-250 | 250-500 | 500+