Super Spades Gaming African Live Studio

‘Super Spade Opens the First Ever African Live Dealer Studio!’ (image source:

The live casino manufacturer Super Spade begins 2021 with a message to the rest of the live dealer community – ‘we are here for the long haul’—as the firm takes a brave step forward adding a third live dealer studio it live dealer platform as it opens the first-ever African Live dealer studio.

No other live casino has a studio in the continent giving Super Spade the chance to make its mark on a region where online gambling and sports betting is beginning to simmer. African online gambling may not have reached boiling just yet, and there is still a long way to go before internet connectivity is more widespread, yet the big wigs at Super Spade sees this moment as the right time to enter the market introducing a brand new and innovative live dealer studio.

There are already a few hints that the African market is a worthy investment opportunity for iGaming. Around mid-November TVBet Live introduced its new satellite technology able to reach regions with little or no internet connectivity, in particular, the firm mentioned African nations as a target. Betting shops can subscribe to receive a package similar to satellite TV channels like BSkyB. TVbet then has a team that comes in and installs a satellite dish and receiver box complete with pre-loaded casino software to pick up the TVBet satellite signal which streams live casino games.

For Super Spade, the target market for TVBet is slightly different at this moment in time. The strategy is for online casinos already popular in Africa to host its live table games by connecting to Super Spade’s African studio. On the contrary, TVBet is targeting areas and players with limited or no internet connections. However, both firm’s will eventually cross paths once internet connectivity in the region increases.

That said, no one really knows how fast, affordable internet connections will spread across the continent as foreign direct investment in all 4 compass points is dwindling at this time.

Ins & Outs of the First-Ever African Live Dealer Studio by Super Spade!

Africa is unarguably one of the most affordable regions to operate a profitable live dealer studio simply because the cost of living is low and salaries are affordable while improving educations systems gives Super Spade Gaming access to a reliable workforce. At this time, it is not exactly clear which games will become live at the new African studio while the Super Spade Gaming is sure to take the same trademark table games from its European and South American operations.

Popular live casino game titles include Live Roulette, Live Baccarat, Casino War, Three Card Poker, Live Teen Patti, Live Andar Bahar, and Live Dragon Tiger. Any of these live casino titles that make it to the brand-new African live studio will probably come with both French and English-speaking dealers and croupiers, as these are the most commonly spoken languages in most African nations.

Currencies accepted will be down to the live casinos hosting the games. For African online casino members, the most common currencies used are ZAR, US$, and EU€, which the Super Spade Gaming live dealer software if fully configured to support, while cryptocurrencies are also an option.

Super Spade Gaming Has Further Live Casino Expansion Plans

Currently, Super Spades is a registered UK company and has studios in Europe, South America, and now Africa. In 2021 the live dealer game manufacturer plans to open a new studio in Asia. Its games are fully cryptocurrency enables and are able to have the currency configured to suit the regions. The firm also recently signed deals with the Skywind Group, Betconstruct, and Soft2Bet all of which operate across Europe, South America, and Asia.

Meanwhile, as live dealer games from Super Spades are also available in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, which are all countries that tend to sign up to Curacao licensed online casino establishments. For Australian citizens, the only choice available is Curacao casinos because any casino licensed by the MGA no longer accepts members from the Oceania country in response to demands from the Australian government.

It has already been a busy 2021 with Vivo Gaming yesterday announcing its new European live dealer studio, and we are still waiting for news of Evolution’s Michigan live studio installations. However, on the Evolution front, it has to be said, things are pretty quiet as the firm tends to keep a tight ship when it comes to leaking news to the media before any deals are firmly in place.

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