With their virtual reality Roulette platform, Medialive re-defines the term "Live Casino" and offers more than just authenticity – this time the line between realistic and real is truly blurred, all thanks to the latest technology trends and the developer’s vision.
Since it first appeared on the market 2005, Media Live’s primary goal was creating a platform that’s will accurately replicate the experience of playing at a land-based casino table and the technology has finally aligned with the vision – thanks to the provider’s VR Roulette software, the players will be completely immersed in the game, with nothing between them and the dealer but a light piece of equipment.
VR Roulette is played with a VR Oculus Go visor, paired with Samsung S7/S8 smartphone; the table and the wheel are located in the Medialive Malta studio, and, with the help of Augmented Reality, the users will “share” their space with the dealer. So, instead of being inside the simulated environment, the players will interact with an actual croupier.
The visor can also be used for exploring other Medialive studios from a comfort of your living room or inside any land-based casino that utilizes the technology and partners with the developer. Apart from obliterating the confinements of space, the provider makes no changes to the traditional structure of Roulette and all of the rules of a single zero variant will apply.
Medialive VR Roulette platform is designed for the players who are finally ready for something new, after trying out pretty much everything on the market. Despite the sophisticated technology, the equipment is extremely easy to use, and it is truly amazing how a system so complex in its nature can provide such a hassle-free experience. After testing VR Roulette, it seems almost impossible to go back to the regular tables, but thanks to Medialive plans for the future and all the potential of the Augmented Reality technology in the online gambling industry, we probably won’t have to.