Genting Casino launches Live Immersive Roulette

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The Malaysian casino brand has developed a new technology enabling players to join roulette tables from the comfort of their own homes.


[dropcap]G[/dropcap]enting Casino & Live Casino is excited to unveil the latest in online gambling – Live Immersive Roulette. The new technology means that players are able to join exhilarating roulette table games without even having to leave the comfort of their homes. Impressive multi-camera visuals and a useful winner replay feature mean that not only are players able to be fully immersed in the action but they can also relive the most exciting moments from their games, taking them one step beyond the real experience of casino gambling.

Real-time interaction with professional dealers and other players keeps the tension building as users wait in anticipation for the Live Immersive Roulette wheel to stop spinning. The games offer a variety of betting options, including side and bonus bets, providing incredible wins with odds of up to 1000/1. With an easy to use interface that adapts to each user’s device, operating system and screen size, players can save up to 15 bets in a personal Favorite Bets section, meaning easy access to placing the same bets in later games.

To play Live Immersive Roulette online, users simply select a chip value and place their selected bets on the table during each game round. If a winning bet is made, the balance will update immediately before the next round begins – allowing for accurate tracking of funds.

Genting Malaysia, recently announced that it has had a strong second quarter with profits climbing to $74m, a 334 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2015. The main reason is attributed to growth in its plantation and leisure business ventures. The company made $1.02bn during the second quarter of 2016: a 1.4 percent growth in revenue compared to the same quarter in 2015.

“We believe the group’s earnings growth momentum would depend on the speed of recovery in consumer sentiment and commodity prices,” said Lim Tee Yang from Affin Hwang Capital.

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