Vivo Gaming is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: March 4, 2019.
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Vivo Gaming is an online betting software developer that specializes in providing live dealer game services to casinos throughout the world. The developer holds various studios throughout the globe, allowing players to experience webcasted games in multiple languages and providing high quality table games to various betting sites.
Vivo Gaming's live dealer games are offered around the clock every day of the year and include Roulette, Caribbean Stud, Blackjack, Baccarat, Multi-Window Baccarat, Multiplayer Baccarat, and Craps. These games have a bevy of features, including: multiple currency and multiple language support, live chat, side bets, and mini games that can be played at any time. The company also puts out a series of white label services, which allows independent casinos to offer Vivo's games in their own name.
Although its key focus is live dealer games, Vivo has a number of slots in its library thanks to agreements with other software developers. This helps boost the number of titles on offer with Vivo and does give the company a wider array of titles that make it more attractive to casino operators.
Players who want to try playing a live dealer game on the go will be happy with Vivo's mobile platform, which manages to squeeze in its live dealer games onto the screen of a mobile phone or a tablet. The same high-quality of production is ported over to the mobile platform, and there are also several RNG games from developers such as BetSoft also on offer on the go.
Although Vivo Gaming only offers its games to a few online casinos, the company did sign a content supply deal with EveryMatrix, which will allow operators to offer Vivo's live dealer games in the future. EveryMatrix serves as one of the world's biggest betting platforms, and the potential exists for Vivo's games to go on mainstream distribution in the future.