Authentic Gaming Strikes Deal with Optibet to Enter Latvian and Estonian Market


Live casino supplier Authentic Gaming continues its expansion into European regulated markets by signing a deal with online gambling operator Optibet.

The new agreement allows Authentic Gaming to enter the Latvian and Estonian market. Customers of Lifland Gaming, Optibet’s parent company, are guaranteed access to a variety of live roulette games, streamed from the gaming floors of extravagant casinos in different parts of the world.

This will be done using Authentic Gaming’s flagship Authentic Roulette platform. Casinos featuring in the live streaming service include The Platinum Casino at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Bucharest, Georgia’s Casino International Batumi at the Hilton Hotel, The Saint-Vincent Casino from Italy, Denmark’s Royal Casino and Foxwoods Resort Casino of the US.

“The Latvian market is extremely limited in regards to its live casino offering, but we intend to change that,” said Chris Davis, Lifland Gaming’s Head of Casino.

“We chose Authentic Gaming because of their high quality video stream, intuitive UI and player-driven functionality. We love the product and I’m sure our customers will too.”

The Malta Live Arena Studio

Games from the live casino provider’s newly launched live arena studio in Malta form a part of the agreement. Said to be “the largest live auto-roulette studio in the world”, the studio offers 6 live auto-roulette tables and 4 different forms of games, namely classic roulette, speed roulette, VIP roulette and the pioneering Blaze roulette.

“This is a breakthrough deal for us, and forms part of our strategy to enter regulated markets in Europe and beyond,” stated Authentic Gaming CEO Jonas Delin.

“The Latvian market is very exciting as gaming laws prohibit Latvian based live dealer suppliers from targeting the local market, but through our partnership with Optibet we can swiftly establish Authentic Gaming as the market leader in live roulette.”

Authentic Gaming made the move to arrange the partnership soon after acquiring a licence from the UK Gambling Commission, which enables it to provide games to Latvia-based players.