No other casino would understand the needs of Jamaican players than casinos based in their own country, even though the residents are not allowed to play at such casinos. For instance, live casino operators based in Jamaica would understand that the country inherited English from its colonial powers. As such, they would strive to employ native English speakers in their casino studios as croupiers for easy communication with players. Additionally, Jamaican-based live casinos may offer the following benefits:
- Bonuses tailored specifically to Jamaicans
- Allow Jamaicans to deposit, stake, and withdraw in the Jamaican dollar
- Allow the citizens to use their locally-acceptable banking methods
Popular Games at Live Jamaica Casinos
The accessibility of certain live casino games may vary from one country to another, with some countries prohibiting specific games outright. Fortunately, Jamaican players have no such issue to deal with since there are no games that have been explicitly banned in the country. With no persecution for those playing games like blackjack, baccarat, roulette, poker, and craps at offshore sites, the popularity of these games is at its all-time peak. Thousands of Jamaicans appreciate these games, with most of them being able to play on the go. Here is an expert overview of the first three games.
Live roulette is the king of table games and has been the subject of many films and books (e.g., The Gambler and Dostoevsky's epic short story) for many years. Playing this game is simply about betting on the pocket where the ball will land and holding their breath, hoping the bet comes good. With cameras set at multiple angles, players can clearly see everything the live casino dealer does in real time. Most Jamaican casinos feature American and European roulette versions, but many also feature French roulette.
No table game in Jamaica beats live blackjack in popularity. Yes, it is a little more labor intensive than roulette, but its popularity makes it readily available. Players place their bets, the dealer deals cards, and players decide whether to Split, Double, Stand, Hit, or Surrender before the dealer completes the action. The game also comes in variations, including;
- Blackjack Party
- VIP Blackjack
- Diamond VIP Blackjack