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Want a classic casino experience right from your living room?

Thursday, Jun 15, 2017 16:30

The brand new studio is known as the Coral Live Casino Studio and was built to raise the guest experience for players as they enjoy quality gaming products online. Cutting-edge audio-visual equipment along with new technology seamlessly integrates with the new user interface to offer the best roulette and blackjack gaming experience online, hosted by professional dealers twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Playtech


Powered by Playtech, the Coral Live Studio will offer four blackjack tables and one roulette table for a new and improved online gaming experience. Ladbrokes Coral Director of Gaming Operations, Nir Hakameli, commented on the partnership between Coral and Playtech by stating that the new collaboration strives to provide “the very best casino experience within the gaming industry.” The partnership is part of the strategic plan of Coral to bring the Casino Live offering closer to the customers who enjoy sports betting.

As players log on to the new Live Casino offering via Coral, a new environment will be enjoyed within the next-gen studio which features a specially designed VIP area, some new flagship gaming products and a sleek, modern design. According to Playtech’s Kevin Kilminster, Coral players are “sure to love the new look of the gaming studio as well as the feel and experience provided.”

About Coral


Gala Coral Group Ltd formerly a British betting shop, bingo and casino operator and was owned by private equity firms Candover Investments, Cinven and Permira. The Group's headquarters are based in Nottingham (Gala Bingo and Casino), Stratford, London (Coral), and Woking (Gala Coral Remote Gaming). However, in 2011, a decision was taken to move significant parts of the business to Gibraltar, this includes almost all of the remote gaming division. The group, through acquisitions and new developments, had over 30 casinos and 1,800 licensed betting offices.

In July 2015, it was announced that the company would merge with Ladbrokes. In October 2015 it was further announced that the group would sell the Gala Bingo business to investment trust Caledonia Investments for £241m. The merger with Ladbrokes was completed in November 2016, forming Ladbrokes Coral plc.

Coral has over 1800 betting shops in the UK as of October 2011 as well as hundreds in Italy trading under the Eurobet name. Coral owns two greyhound racing stadia in Britain, at Romford and Hove. Coral also operates betting shops at three of Britain's biggest racecourses – Cheltenham, Epsom, and Sandown Park (venue of the company sponsored 'Coral Eclipse' race), plus one each at Gatwick Airport (South Terminal) and Stansted Airport. Coral also has a successful Telebet business, based in Barking.


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