Live Casino Online - Kenya

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Published on:
Jan/24/2018

It may come as a bit of a surprise that over the past year, Kenya has ranked 4th in terms of overall Gambling911.com readership.

Much of this can be attributed to the significant football fan base in Kenya and Gambling911.com's regular betting coverage and tips associated with soccer games.

But gambling is gambling and Kenyans love all forms.  This includes the live casinos found online and compatible with one's mobile devices and desktops.

Some of the more popular live casino games include immersive roulette, dual play roulette, auto roulette, blackjack and baccarat.

Kenya is known for being one of the most mobile focused nations in all of Africa so one will be happy to know they can play all of these above mentioned games via their smart phones.

In many ways, Kenya is more forward thinking than the United States and some European nations when it comes to mobile adaptations.  Smartphone payment systems are more popular in Kenya than most other countries, where M-Pesa -- "pesa" means "money" in Swahili -- has made a dramatic impact over this time.

Evolution Gaming offers one of the best live casino platforms for either mobile or desktop.

LiveCasino.com examined both their speed roulette mobile and desktop versions to provide a good description of how each match up.

DESKTOP/LAPTOP

 The first thing you’ll see when playing Speed Roulette on desktop is the luxe studio setting. Distinct functionalities appear both to the left and right of the game. The table layout sits at the base your view of the live dealer, and rises and falls according to the betting time. Icons for chat, settings and information are shown neatly at the top right while the recent stats are at the bottom. Having similar functionalities grouped together in an organised layout lends itself well to this casino game.

MOBILE

Mobile Speed Roulette looks quite different to its PC-counterpart. You may choose to play in landscape or portrait mode as you prefer. Upon loading, you’ll see a full-view of the coloured betting surface as well as a small window playing the live stream which can be switched to full-screen. This can be moved around such that you can place your bets with ease. Functionalities sit either to the right or the bottom of your smartphone, in portrait and landscape mode, respectively. Controls for game settings are at the bottom right of your device from the menu button. Accessing these does cover your view of the gameplay so use them sparingly.

Whatever game you choose, one can be certain there are plenty of options for the Kenyan gambler.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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