BetOnline Switches Live Casino Dealer Software Provider

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Feb/20/2017

BetOnline.ag announces that they have cut third-party vendor Global Gaming Labs (GGL), in favor of Live Dealer Casino third-party vendor Visionary iGaming (ViG) – effective immediately!

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Live Dealer casino games allow BetOnline.ag players to engage in a new level of interactive gaming experience with real cards, tables, and dealers — from their preferred device.

After client-side complaints regarding the number of available tables, games offered, lackadaisical dealers, and poor hand reporting became common-place (regarding GGL), BetOnline took on the task of finding a superior Live Casino Vendor. 

After a month-long search in early January 2017, it was decided that ViG would offer a superior product for the BetOnline.ag Players.  ViG was notified mid-January, and as of 18 February 2017, the new vendor is in production on BetOnline.ag.  Client feedback has been very positive since the switchover!


As always, BetOnline.ag takes client feedback seriously.

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