BBIN first broadcast their live casinos from its headquarters in Manila, Philippines. It is still the main live casino studio and offers about 35 exclusive dealers. The studio also plays an important role during events outside of the gambling and iGaming industry. Even though BBIN operates in other Asian countries, the company has no other studios in those places. Of late, the brand has shown a keen interest in the Chinese market and is creating Chinese-friendly products. BBIN doesn't seem to have any plan to exit the Asian market.
This Manila studio holds sway over East Asia by specializing in titles that appeal to players from this region. Punters will find content in their favorite languages such as Thai, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese.
High-Tech Studio Cameras
BBIN studios use high-end cameras to capture the gameplay from varied angles. This enables players to have a better view and a more authentic feel of the gaming environment. They can also follow closely each action at the tables and the overall design thanks to OCR (Optical Camera Recognition). This technology has a low latency setup that prevents disruptions from the surrounding networks.
OCR cameras are crucial elements of live-dealer games because they act as the eyes of both the players and the dealers. Though small in size, they are so powerful that they can catch a live broadcast every microsecond during a spinning session. A studio features at least three cameras. One is focused on the streaming shots from the wheel and tables while the second one projects picture-to-picture displays. The last camera facilitates a bird's eye view of the table setting.
Life-Like Casino Settings
Unlike regular gaming studios, live casinos streaming from BBIN studios offer the perfect setting for table games. They have managed to create brick-and-mortar simulations of the wheels. Wheel sensors automatically send the outcomes of bets to the cloud, hence dealers and players don’t need to confirm the information manually. Players seem to like the enthusiasm that goes on at BBIN studios. Croupiers show positive energy with upbeat music in the background, and sometimes, bright flashes of strobe lights.