Live casino provider Authentic Gaming is set to be the first company to live stream from Germany’s François-Blanc-Spielbank, known as the Bad Homburg Casino.
Set to see a feed be made available to Authentic Gaming’s extensive network of licensed operators across regulated European markets, the company is aiming see the partnership be fully operational from the first quarter of next year.
As a result of the new partnership, it marks the first time that a live casino provider has been able to stream live from the floor of a brick-and-mortar casino in Germany.
Lutz Schenkel, CEO at François-Blanc-Spielbank GmbH, explained: “Since 1841 we have a long and interesting history when it comes to casino and in particular roulette.
“Through all our years as one of the oldest casinos in Europe, we have always prided ourselves on introducing new games and technologies to become a market leader in Germany.
“In this tradition we are absolutely delighted to be adding another chapter to our story through this partnership with Authentic Gaming.
“It provides a huge opportunity for us to showcase our beautiful gaming floor to online players in regulated markets across Europe, and we look forward to welcoming guests to our tables, whether on or offline, in the near future.”
Capturing footage on a series of “discreet high definition cameras” located above the wheel and around the table, a plethora of “powerful yet subtle microphones” are designed to ensure players are able to enjoy the most realistic experience possible.
Jonas Delin, CEO of Authentic Gaming, commented: “As a live casino supplier devoted to creating the best online player experience for live roulette, streaming from the birthplace of roulette as we know it today is a major coup for us.
“Bad Homburg Casino is stunning, and we are truly thrilled to bring this famous gaming destination online and to the masses.
“This is another industry first delivered by Authentic Gaming. We are the first and only company to stream live games from Germany, and we have achieved similar firsts in Denmark and the USA.”