Globally, Serbian is not a popular language, with around 12 million people using it as their first language. Over seven million of these are, not surprisingly, in Serbia, with the language also recognized as a minority language in a handful of other countries, mainly those that border Serbia.
When it comes to live casinos in the Serbian language, there is definitely more choice now than a few years ago. However, it is still far from a thriving industry, and live dealer games are still not easy to find in Serbian. It is estimated 75% of Serbians are able to use English proficiently as a second language, and therefore most Serbians using live casinos are able to use English-speaking live dealers.
Live casinos tend to reflect the world as a whole and are dominated by the most widely spoken languages across the globe. Therefore finding a live casino in languages such as English, Mandarin, Spanish, Japanese, or Russian is easy. However, in terms of the number of worldwide speakers, the Serbian language is a long way down the list, outside of the top 50, and hence it is rare to find the language used in a live casino.