LeoVegas, one of the leading names when it comes to providing online casino and sports betting services, Big Time Gaming and rising internet streamer LetsGiveItASpin will join forces to offer new casino streaming betting events.
A New Opportunity
Casino streaming may not be as famous as some other online gaming sectors, but is quickly gaining popularity. It seems the industry has spotted this trend and wants to exploit all the opportunities it offers, especially since it has a potential of being a lucrative spectator sport.
Big Time Gaming launched its latest video slot, called Danger High Voltage, on May 3. The game has been available for an exclusive week with LeoVegas, while Kim Hultman alias LetsGiveItASpin pressed the first spin via a live stream.
LeoVegas also used live stream to reveal the Big Time Gaming's new release, which became available for all its customers on May 4.
The Main Event
All players, including both penny punters and high rollers, had a whole week to get familiar with the game and to prepare for the main event, which will take place on May 10.
All those who join the live stream on Wednesday will have the chance to bet on the outcome of Danger High Voltage across 500 spins! Since the game offers high variance, the range of opportunities will definitely reflect its volatility.
The viewers will have a wide variety of combinations to bet on, and all the sides involved in the event expect a great turnout and a successful event, which could start a new era in both gaming and betting industry.
A representative of LeoVegas expressed her satisfaction with the introduction of this innovative concept. She added the company was proud to had been selected to launch the new title. Pelc explained the move was in line with company's policy of being the first with the latest.
Chief Executive Officer of Big Time Gaming, Nik Robinson, stated this would be an important date for live streaming, which had the potential to open new horizons and possibilities, while the betting would only enhance the entire experience.