Cleebo Wants To Bring Las Vegas To Your Laptop With Live Dealer Game

Written By Martin Derbyshire on September 27, 2017
Welcome to Las Vegas sign at night

[toc]A Las Vegas-based social casino site has launched free-to-play live dealer games aimed at bringing the Vegas casino experience home.

Las Vegas’ Cleebo Games launched the online social gaming platform Cleebo Casino in June 2017. It is the first-ever free-to-play live dealer online casino. Cleebo Casino claims it is designed to offer people an authentic Las Vegas experience from anywhere in the world.

Live dealer games

In fact, Cleebo Casino offers online players to interact with live dealer table games including blackjack, roulette, and baccarat. The games are run from a studio just off the Las Vegas Strip. The free live dealer games on the site run seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. PT.

Cleebo has traded in the random number generators and other online casino game software for real cards and live dealers players can interact with. As a result, the site claims to offer the same fair gaming standards players enjoy in live casinos in Las Vegas. Plus, a similar social scene.

Cleebo Games Chief Executive Officer Guido Ganschow spoke about the game in a press release this week.

“We want to give people around the world the opportunity to get a real taste of the Las Vegas experience. Our dealers are entertainers, who live and breathe Las Vegas every day. They know the pulse of Las Vegas — whether a major fight, music festival or new restaurant opening — they connect with our players through their experiences. The casual gameplay also allows players to connect with a global community that shares their interests. A truly social experience.”

Ganschow also said the company saw an opening in the social casino market and took it.

“The social casino space has clearly established itself as an exciting and growing part of the casual gaming market, but of late it has fallen short, in my opinion, with innovation. We saw a significant gap in what the industry continues to deliver in content, and we believe that our unique live dealer, community-driven approach will bring that innovation and a true sense of Vegas to gamers.”

Real-money live dealer games

In the United States, real-money live dealer online casino games run in New Jersey on Golden Nugget and Betfair legal and regulated online gambling platforms. The games run at a studio inside Golden Nugget Atlantic City. They are available only to players inside New Jersey state lines.

In addition to live dealer games, Cleebo also hosts free-to-play online slots, multi-player table games, and video poker. All of the site’s games feature multi-player engagement as well as real-time social interaction. This is all aimed towards creating a real Las Vegas casino atmosphere.

In fact, the only thing missing seems to be a free-to-play sports betting app.

Players receive Cleebo Chips to play with when they register on the site. More can be obtained through playing games and increased social interaction.

Cleebo also bringing Playboy back

Cleebo Games also inked a deal with the iconic Playboy brand. The deal is aimed at bringing Playboy bunny dealers back to Las Vegas. The company is launching a premium edition of its free-to-play live dealer casino games with Playboy dealers.

Cleebo Casino is available through Facebook and most web browsers. Mobile apps for Android and iOS devices are also expected to launch soon.

There is no real money gambling on the site. However, players must be 21 years of age or older to sign up for an account with Cleebo Casino.

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Martin Derbyshire is an award-winning journalist, video and film producer with a decade of experience covering the brick and mortar casino, poker and iGaming industries. He has produced content for top media outlets including PokerNews, Bluff Magazine and PokerListings, and has crossed the globe scooping stories and interviewing major players in all corners of the high-stakes gambling world.

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