Vivo Gaming striving to become ‘top pick’ for operators’

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Vivo Gaming has advanced its live casino output within the jurisdictions of Uruguay and Bulgaria, as the group looks to maintain progress on an aim of becoming the “top pick” across “every market”.

This has seen the live casino provider upgrade its Baccarat offering in the former of the aforementioned nations with the addition of Chroma Key, as well as launching a new Teen Patti table from its Bulgaria-based studio.

Chroma Key technology replaces a solid colour background with a fresh visual of the operator’s choice. Dealers working on the live Baccarat tables can be placed in front of any location, animation, brand, logo or graphic.

Furthermore, Vivo Gaming has also made English-speaking dealers available to its Latin American operators through its Uruguay-based tables, which were previously only available in Spanish and Portuguese.

Elsewhere, the provider has enhanced its Bulgarian tables with the addition of Teen Patti, which will also feature English-speaking dealers. 

A popular card game in the Asian market, Teen Patti sees players try to create the highest-ranking combination among all the players with only three cards dealt. The goal is also to maximise the pot or the prize pool to make the greatest winnings.

Ivan Livov, COO at Vivo Gaming said: “We’re simply the top pick for live dealer operators in every market, from South America to the Caribbean and across Europe. 

“Now with these advanced offerings, we can offer our customers all over the world an even greater breadth of products and services as we continue to differentiate ourselves from the competition.”

Author: Ava Harvey