Smart Live Launches First Live Blackjack TV Show
United Kingdom of Great Britain & N. Ireland (Press Release) November 6, 2008 — Smart Live Casino (www.smartlivecasino.com) is proud to announce the launch of Britain's first live TV blackjack show.
For the first time, U.K. blackjack players will be able to play live TV blackjack from the comfort of their own home. The action is overseen by fully accredited professional croupiers and casino managers, and viewers are encouraged to interact with the show using the live chat and presenter email facilities!
Broadcasting started on Wednesday 12 November on Casino TV – Sky Channel 870 – and can be seen every Monday to Friday between 7pm and 3am. Players without Sky TV can join in the fun using Smart Live's live video service, streamed via smartliveblackjack.com.
Said Smart Live Casino Manager Dominic Bourke: "It's a real breakthrough – we're very excited about the prospect of bringing blackjack to living rooms around Britain!"
He continued: "Smart Live customers know to expect excellence in live gaming, and I'm sure that our blackjack show is going to be another great success."
Smart Live Casino will expand the service over the coming months, including a full weekend service and a broadcast slot on the Freeview Terrestrial Digital Service.
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About Smart Live Casino
Founded in 2007 and based in the heart of London's West End, Smart Live Casino is one of the newest and fastest-growing live interactive casinos in Europe. Their leading product is a well-established Live Roulette service.
Smart Live Casino is part of the stable of gaming opportunities offered by Smart TV Broadcasting, backed by industry innovator Smart Gaming Group, with an ever-expanding iGaming and television portfolio.
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