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PlayPearls Live Dealer Games & Casinos Reviewed

About The Company

PlayPearls is a Malta-based developer operational since 2013. The company was established by a group of experienced developers believing they could contribute with something new and different.

They started off by creating White Label games and video slots featuring creative themes, realistic graphics, smooth animations and subtle sound effects.

Later on the provider’s portfolio grew to also include instant win, Keno and table games, and finally live dealer games streamed from actual land-based gambling establishments. PlayPearls operate with a license issued in Curacao.

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Quick Facts

2013
Costa Rica

Games Offered By PlayPearls

PlayPearls broadcast their live games from Portomaso and Oracle casinos located in Malta, and Ireland-based Expo and Fitzwilliam casinos. Live Roulette plays out of multiple locations, but though the game itself may be same, ambiance varies from one location to another.

Bland white tables at Portomaso Casino, combined with outdated design of the casino floor, don’t look all that inviting. Camera views change according to the stage the game is in, and easy to navigate interface allows for simple placement of bets and quick access to available options and functions.

PlayPearls are one of a few developers that make their live games playable for fun as well as with real cash.

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PlayPearls Live Roulette

Live Portomaso Roulette, broadcasted from a casino of the same name, is your standard European game with a single zero. Video feed occupies the bigger part of the screen, with changing camera views offering a good look of the table and zooming in on the wheel once the spinning action starts.

Players can try their luck by using a digital image of the betting table positioned below, or take advantage of a Racetrack to place Call Bets such as Red Snake, Black Snake and Autopick 5. You’ll find results of the last 10 rounds on the left-hand side, and Red/Black, Even/Odd and High/Low statistics on the right. A set of icons lets you choose the language, manipulate audio, review payouts and check game rules.

Live Chat is accessible even when playing for fun. Oracle Casino Roulette offers pretty much the same package, the only difference being the environment (which, by the way, is far more attractive). If you’d like to join a Live Roulette game played in Fitzwilliam Casino, be advised that it operates only during the limited hours of 19:00 to 7:00 CET.

Live Expo Roulette is an automatic multi-player game streamed from Dublin’s Expo Casino. You’ll see the wheel surrounded by 8 touchpad devices which real players use to place their bets. You can do the same with the help of a computer-generated betting table and a Racetrack placed at the lower half of the screen.

PlayPearls Live Blackjack

Sadly, we haven’t managed to find a single casino offering PlayPearls Live Blackjack.

PlayPearls Live Baccarat

Live Baccarat Super 6 is broadcasted from the Fitzwilliam Casino. On top of standard betting options, Banker / Player /Tie, it also features Banker and Player Pair side bets. Video feed occupies a small window on top, zooming in and out to offer a wider view of the table or a close-up of cards dealt.

Green meter just below shows you how long you’ve got to place your bets. Since regular-sized cards are used, their visibility is not always ideal; luckily, respective digital images appear on the computer-generated table and scores of each of the hands are readily calculated.

To the left of the video you’ll find statistics presented via a roadmap as well as an overview of regular and side bet results.

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