Since the launch in 2015 live casino software has gone from a poor quality niche product to a high-end market leafing product.
Some bookmakers and casino sites now have dedicated live casino apps available to download from the App Store or Play Store. We’ve checked these stores to provide you with a list of every app in the UK and rated them to find the best.
UK live casino app list
Live casino guide
Want to know everything about live casinos? Read on for our full guide.
How does live casino work?
In simple terms live casino is a stream from a real casino where you can play along from any device with an internet connection.
There is a range of games available and this changes depending on how busy the time is. You’ll find more tables on evenings and weekends compared to in the middle of a weekday.
The software is built so that you can bet live on the event and see what is going on just like a real casino. This means the dealers can interact with you based on your username, so think carefully when you set it.
The dealers will interact with you during some of the games, mainly blackjack. On roulette, you will usually get a mention if you are a winner.
The speed of the steams means it’s almost real-time and there isn’t a lag between games.
Live casino bonuses
Most companies have a bonus that is specific for live casino games or their app. In general, these are lower than a standard casino offer as the running cost of the stream are much higher than that of standard casino software.
Here is a full list of live casino bonuses for UK players. These are all new customer offers and are subject to terms and conditions. You can claim bonuses from multiple companies.
What games are available on live casino apps?
- Deal or no deal
- Dream Catcher
- Lightening dice
- Dragon Tiger
- Super Sic Bo
- Casino hold em
- 3 card poker
- Caribbean stud poker
- Side bet city (Betway)
Are live casino apps safe?
Yes, all the apps we feature have a UK license to operate and have the latest measures in mobile security.
What software do they use?
There are 6 different software providers in the UK who supply all the major companies
- Evolution Gaming
- Net Entertainment
- Extreme Live Gaming
- Authentic Gaming
These companies also usually provide standard software with PayTech being one of the biggest in the industry.