Live Dealer Roulette Now on Facebook 20.08.2012

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Even as Facebook, the world’s number 1 social networking site, faces tough financial times with falling share prices, companies are still lining up to offer their gaming solutions to the wide range of Facebook members. The newest addition to Facebook is a Live Dealer Roulette gambling app which comes from Smart Gaming, a software company known for its Live Dealer Games.

It was not so long ago that Live Dealer games started popping up at most internet casinos which strive to give their players the most realistic gaming experience without ever having to leave the house. The appeal of Live Dealer games is obvious as it combines winning opportunities with social interaction just like traditional land-based casinos. Another great aspects of Live Dealer Roulette games is that players have the ability to watch the croupier spin the wheel and drop the ball all in real-time through streaming video.

The Facebook app gives players a choice of 4 games including Social Roulette, Rapid Roulette, Auto Brown Roulette and Auto Black Roulette. The CEO of Smart Gaming, Darwyn Palensuela, has said: “We want to reach out to users through unique entertainment and have developed the very first Live Roulette Facebook Game…A player can have one account with five ways to bet: online, social, tablet, mobile phone, and on the telephone with a play for fun or with real money through Facebook”.

It looks like gaming companies are looking to Facebook as they introduce new games and include real money gambling. The social network’s reach is worldwide and with Facebook having more than 845 million active users, it does not look like the site will go away anytime soon.

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