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Live casino gaming launched on platform

Players can play and interact with live dealers on new feature on Saskatchewan’s gaming platform.
Here is a look at what users of can expect when they use the Live Gaming table game features on the provincially-licensed gaming platform.

SASKATOON - The platform has added a new live gaming feature to enhance the playing experience for its users.

The new feature launched this week on the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority’s platform, offering live table games complete with live dealers.  

According to their news release, British Columbia Lottery Corporation is utilizing Evolution’s live games portfolio on the Saskatchewan site,

It is described as a “wholly immersive” experience with players able to interact with real-time human dealers, creating an individualized online casino experience.

According to their news release the games are offered in Saskatchewan on 17 tables and include Auto Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Baccarat eSqueeze, Dream Wheeler, Infinite Blackjack, Lightning Auto Roulette and Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em.

 “We are pleased to be able to offer this Live Casino option online to complement our existing casino properties for Saskatchewan residents’ enjoyment,” said SIGA President and CEO Zane Hansen in a statement. 

SIGA operates as per an operating agreement with SaskGaming, using the platform developed by BCLC. The games are already offered on BCLC's platforms in B.C. and in Manitoba, and is also offered through Live Casino in Europe on desktop and mobiles device.

SIGA launched last Nov. 3 in Saskatchewan as the only legal online gaming site in Saskatchewan. The site currently offers 500 casino games and is perhaps best known as the first legal-licensed single game sports betting platform in the province, where sports bettors can place bets on games.

“With over 25 years of industry experience, SIGA is a trusted brand for gaming in the province,” said Hansen in a news release. “Similar to our bricks-and-mortar casinos, when residents play on the site, net proceeds are reinvested back into Saskatchewan.”