Global Gaming Labs is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: October 28, 2020.
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Costa Rica based Global Gaming Labs built itself up as a company that provided Live Dealer software to sportsbooks and casinos located in Central America. These sportsbooks primarily service Americans, who don't really have many options when it comes to online casino games. It was closed in 2017 after a cheating scandal resulting in the loss of its major customers.
Global Gaming Labs designs Live Dealer software, which broadcasts casino games from production studios and directly into player's homes via a webcam and their exclusive software.
The games are limited in scope to just blackjack, roulette, and baccarat, and while decent, are not nearly as good as what you will find from developers who offer similar Live Dealer services in regulated markets. This is because of lower production standards that make the games hard to view and connections that are not nearly as smooth.
GGL's software is launched directly from a web browser, generally as a dedicated tab on an operator's website. This is a pretty solid feature though, as there is no software download required to play.
In early 2017 Global Gaming Labs was embroiled in a cheating scandal along with their customer Betonline Casino. A blackjack player named Michael Morgenstern recording a live stream of his play at the casino inadvertently filmed the dealer performing a dodgy move known as "dealing seconds", where the dealer pulls the second card from the shoe instead of the first. Keen eyed viewers of Morgenstern's stream noticed the move and the story went public. An embarrassed Betonline dropped Global Gaming Labs as their live casino supplier. So was it intentional or just and accident? You be the judge.
Global Gaming Labs is a Live Dealer software developer that provides its services to a variety of Latin American betting sites that service America. The software is decent but not as good as what you will see from companies that service the European market, as the overall production values are significantly lower. Considering the cheating scandal involving one of their dealers, and the complete absence of any regulatory oversight of the company and its procedures, this is one software supplier that we urge players to avoid.