The world’s oldest casino is set to enter the internet age after a deal with a software company that will enable them to offer online Live Casino games to casino fans.
The Venice Casino was founded in 1638, although was relocated in the 1950s and is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to the city, but until now has not expanded into online gambling.
Its partner for the new venture is LiveG24, a software development company that is known largely as a producer of online physical casino gaming products. LiveG24 will provide Live Casino versions of Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat for the Venice Casino, via two websites, www.casinoveneziaonline.it and www.clickandplay.it which will be accessible to all Italian residents.
The deal is the latest move by the Venice Casino operator to expand its range of gambling products, having struck a deal with Novomatic to provide both software and physical slot machines in February.
It also represents a significant coup for Malta-based developer LiveG24. The company was founded in 2005 and produced some of the earliest virtual casino gaming products before expanding into the Live Casino sector, offering games that feature live croupiers. They currently hold six licenses to supply gambling products across Europe and have 27 clients in various gambling sectors.
Speaking about the deal, the Chief Operating Office at LiveG24, Angelo De Gobbi, said that it was a vote of confidence in the quality of his company’s gambling products:
“We thank the Venice Casino for choosing our live games. This new partnership further confirms the quality of the services we offer to physical casinos and certifies us as a leader in this sector.”