The Coingaming Group, operator of a number of gaming brands, including and, has announced the opening of its “game changing” Bombay Club.

Unveiling a multi-year partnership to launch a dedicated live casino studio in Riga, Latvia, the new studio is to be known as the Bombay Club High Roller Studio.

The Asian themed private salon will be tailored to the Coingaming Group’s VIPs, and will accept wagers upwards of €50,000 per hand, whilst also being available to other operators on a licensing basis through its aggregation company

Coingaming details that it has launched at with an initial six branded Bombay Club tables, including roulette, blackjack, baccarat, high-limit baccarat and salon privé, offering players the full range of classic table games, all available online and across any mobile device.

It was further detailed that the key differentiator is that the Bombay Club offers VIP hosts who speak a variety of languages at the tables, ensuring that players have the best possible experience in their native language.

Andres Burget, live casino manager at the Coingaming Group, explained: “With the launch of the Bombay Club High Roller Studio, the Coingaming Group has set the bar for the future of live casino.

“Live casino has been one of the fastest-growing product verticals for some time, but to maintain this trajectory we needed to create a bespoke, fully-tailored player experience that caters to high-rollers specifically catering to VIP’s native languages with our hosts.

“The early feedback we’ve received from and VIPs already suggests the Bombay Club will be a huge success.”

Players at Bitcasino’s sister sportsbook,, also enjoy access to the Bombay Club private salon.

The launch of the studio is the first live casino venture for the Coingaming Group, with the brand already planning to expand its operations later in the year as it targets a wider range of markets.