Betconstruct has offered land-based casinos help to stream casino games to offset the damage caused to Covid-19 mandated closures.
The firm said it will extend casino brands to digital, using existing physical resources.
“The response actions to COVID-19 outbreak cause massive shutdowns of gambling hotspots for the safety of both visitors and casino employees leading to significant revenue drops,” it said. “Fortunately for on-premise casino owners, this isn’t the end of the world.”
The company said its online solutions allow the live streaming of casino games from a venue, integrated onto a dedicated gaming platform.
“While being far from any casino location, by simply logging in to a gaming account a player still gets the true flare of Vegas and Macau and enjoys the game elevated by the live communication with a dealer.”
“This is a highly profitable solution which allows to raise player convergence via targeting new online audiences and converting the existing casino visitors into online players.”
While land-based gaming is expected to take a major hit from the current crisis, online gaming industry is expected to benefit.
Live dealer has been one of the most popular product verticals in Asia.
Consolidation of the bases and advancement in adversity was the thrust of Macau Chief Executive’s policy address for 2021, though it gave little away when it came to the current pillar of the economy - the gaming industry.
Gaming suppliers, like all areas of the industry, have felt the pinch from the Covid-19 crisis, though their growing digital businesses have proved a bright spot and helped offset the impact of the crisis.
While nowhere in the world has escaped the economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis, Macau has been hit harder than most, with forecasts for gross domestic product to shrink more than 50 percent this year.