Golden Nugget adds Live Dealer Casino Floor Roulette

Golden Nugget Atlantic City has added Live Dealer Casino Floor Roulette to its lineup of live dealer virtual casino games. Players can access a live video feed of the casino floor 24/7 and play virtually alongside patrons on the casino floor.

Golden Nugget Atlantic City has added Live Dealer Casino Floor Roulette to its lineup of live dealer online casino games.

In partnership with Ezugi NJ, the new Live Dealer Casino Floor Roulette merges live and online casino experiences, according to Online Poker Report. Players can access a live video feed of Golden Nugget’s Atlantic City casino floor 24/7 and play simultaneously with patrons on the casino floor straight from their computer or smartphone.

Since launching the live dealer virtual games in August 2016, Golden Nugget has continued to expand its offerings. In January, the casino added Casino Hold’em, a house-banked poker game. Read more about it here.

“Players can’t go to A.C. as often as they’d like, and online is a complement,” Tom Winter, senior vice president and general manager, Online Gaming, Landry’s Inc./Golden Nugget, told iGamingPlayer.com last year in explaining how online and brick-and-mortar casinos work together.

“Plus, no website or mobile app, as good as it is, will ever replace the full entertainment experience of a brick-and-mortar casino.”

The new roulette game will likely appeal to players wanting an authentic casino experience when playing online, because it captures some of the “raw emotion” of casino tables, according to Online Poker Report. However, the game has a slower pace, and online players can’t chat with the dealer.

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