If you’re looking for Canada live dealer games, you just got some excellent news. The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) has launched online casino and live dealer games at their website OLG.ca in coordination with gaming company Evolution.
Evolution is providing the provincial lottery and gaming agency with Live Casino services for its online casino at OLG.ca. Games are streamed from Evolution’s production studio in Vancouver.
What Live Dealer Games Can You Play at OLG.ca?
Through its partnership with Evolution, which produces the live gaming experience out of their studios in Vancouver, OLG.ca is offering blackjack, baccarat, and roulette though a live video feed that simulates the table play bettors are accustomed to in a casino setting.
Per OLG, the website offers “a unique offering of live dealer games where players interact directly with real casino game presenters via live stream. Real cards are shuffled and dealt and for roulette, a real wheel is spun, creating the same feelings of anticipation as the player awaits the outcome. Each game features high-resolution video and graphics that provide players an unparalleled digital experience, no matter where or how they choose to play.”
The following live dealer games are offered exclusively by OLG.ca:
- Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em
- Roulette and Auto Roulette
- Infinite Blackjack
- Ontario-only Blackjack (available daily from 10 AM to 2 PM EST)
OLG also offers online lottery (including popular Lotto Max and Lotto 649 games), e-instant games, and numerous slots. It’s integrated with a registration for PROLINE+ as well, which allows users to place single-game bets on sports.
Evolution Increases Market Share in Canada
Evolution clearly has their eyes set on dominating the Canadian live dealer market. Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation is the fourth partner they’ve teamed with on the product, following Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC), British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC), and Loto-Québec.
Online gaming and sports betting has been legal in Canada since 2004, when the British Columbia Lottery Corporation launched the first online casino in the country. But the industry has grown in recent years after pressure following gaming legalization across the United States as well as limited sports betting legalization in Canada.