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What Exactly Is A Live Casino And How Does It Work? 
Live casinos are taking the world by storm, gaining popularity in almost every region on the planet. But how exactly do they work, and what do you need?

What You Need To Know About Live Casinos

Live casinos are growing at an incredible rate, with virtually every country in the world now having access. The allure of gambling from the comfort of your own home, with a real dealer, seems to be something that everyone can appreciate.

But what exactly is a Live casino, is it legit, and how can you get involved? Thankfully, the short answer is that yes, it is legit, and more to the point; it’s also pretty easy to start playing right away. But let’s take a closer look.

How Does It Work?

Very simply; a Live casino is a video feed of a real, professionally run studio, happening right at this very moment. An expert team handles that broadcast station, using a professional dealer, camera crew, and broadcast team. The feed goes out around the world, and can be tapped into by anyone that is interested in participating.

Of course, bets can be placed in real time, and payouts are also made in real time. This Live system works in much the same way as Live betting at sports books, for example. Visit this site to see how Live horse betting works in much the same way.

So, it can simply be said that Live casinos work much like traditional online casino games, only with the game being live, as opposed to simulated.

How Can You Play?

Simply creating an account at an online casino that offers Live casino games is all that is really needed. However, there are some caveats to take into consideration.

Given that Live casinos are real time, and involve high quality video feeds, a decent internet connection is going to be required. A considerable amount of information is being transferred back and forth at an incredible rate, after all.

However, you also don’t necessarily have to use the highest quality video feeds. Live casinos provide a range of quality settings, which help you select the feed that your internet connection will be able to handle. As a base guideline, Netflix needs at least 5 Mbps for standard definition, going up to about 10 Mpbs for high definition. This can be considered a ballpark for what a casino video feed would also require.

How Do I Place Bets?

Live casinos work much like traditional online gambling games. Simply point and click, or tap if you’re on a mobile device, and select the betting options you desire. Of course, this being Live, you will have to wait for the appropriate time to place your bets, and will also have to wait for results in due course.

Some Live versions of games may offer additional betting options not seen in traditional versions of games, so be sure to read any explanations or guides that are provided. Though, Live versions will also, of course, offer all the expected betting options associated with that game.

That is all there is to it. You can sign in at an online casino now and try it out for yourself.

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