Which are the best live casinos to play at?

best live casinos

That’s a really difficult question to answer as it depends on:

  • What game you want to play
  • The particular rules you like playing to
  • The ambience you are after in the Live Casino
  • Whether you want dedicated tables or general play tables
  • Whether you’re interested in in play bonuses
  • Whether you want a quick or slow game
  • Whether you want good chat while you’re playing
  • The stake ranges to suit your budget.

If you’re looking for a steer then these are my top recommendations based on some of the above.

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The Best Live Casinos

CasinoGames &
Free PlaySoftwarePlay
William Hill Live CasinoBlackjack > 3 - 10k
Roulette > 0.50 - 500k
Baccarat > 1 - 10k
Hold'em > 0.50 - 7.5k
3 Card Poker > 1 - 10k
BetVictor Live CasinoBlackjack > 5 - 25k
Roulette > 1 - 50k
Baccarat > 10 - 15k
Hold'em > 0.50 - 1.5k
3 Card Poker > 1 - 10k
Extreme Live Gaming
ComeOn Live CasinoBlackjack > 1 - 10k
Roulette > 0.10 - 75k
Baccarat > 10 - 5k
Hold'em > 1 - 6k
3 Card Poker > 1 - 10k
Celtic Live CasinoBlackjack EP > 0.50 - 500
Roulette > 0.10 - 500
Baccarat > 1 - 500

William Hill Live Casino

William Hill have just about everything you could want from a live casino.  They have two, an Evolution powered live casino and a Playtech live casino.

Out of the two the Evolution one is the place to play.  They have a huge range of dedicated tables for all the games, which means getting a seat is normally easier and they are able to offer on table promotions. They have a great range of blackjack side bets and you can select to play La Partage or one of the two types of Immersive Roulette.

Multi language tables are also a feature, so if you’re from Germany, Sweden or Poland or UK, you’ll find native speaking dealers.

BetVictor Live Casino

BetVictor have 4 live casinos and while they no longer have any dedicated tables their breadth of games across all the platforms is very impressive.

You have a shared wallet so you can switch between live casinos very easily. There is something for everyone here with Microgaming, Evolution Gaming Website, MediaLive and NetEnt live casinos featured. There is a good range of stakes which will suit low and high rollers a like.

ComeOn Live Casino

This is becoming a very popular live casino with UK and scandinavian players.

Comeon have two live casinos powered by Evolution and Netent live casino software. Both offer something different from each other and although the game choice is more limited at the Netent live casino the blackjack and Roulette are very playable.

Celtic Live Casino

Celtic Casino use live casino software from Visionary Igaming. They are not in the same league as Evolution Gaming but offer a cracking alternative and have two features that are not available at any of the other software providers.

Their games have it all, in particular Blackjack, which comes with an early payout version and a full range of side bets. If roulette is your game then you’ll find American double zero and European single zero versions.

They maybe licensed out of Costa Rica, but I’ve had no problems playing there or with making withdrawals and have no hesitation in recommending them. You’ll love the lively playing environment!

Yachting Live Casino

Yachting Live Casino have made my list for two reasons. Firstly they have a cracking live casino that accepts players from all over the world, apart from the US. Secondly is the software they use, which is powered by Global Gaming Labs.

It’s a modern looking software with a great interface and a really decent set of games. The dealers are some of the most jovial around and while the default table language is English, you’ll often hear Spanish being spoken for the large number of South American players.

The only downside is the stake levels which are on the low side for high rollers who’d be better off playing at William Hill Live Casino.





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