Oliver Lietz: “The Key to Live Streaming Platform Success in Germany Is Ultra-Low Latency”
The German market embracing regulation and licensing for online casinos and sports betting for the first time has presented both challenges and opportunities for operators.
With online casinos alone expected to reach €3.3bn a year by 2024, it’s no wonder some of the biggest casino and sports betting brands are keen to enter the fray and fight for their share of the market.
But there are challenges, too, with some suggesting that regulations are too stringent for operators to be able to drive the growth they need to succeed.
The rules could also have an impact on the popularity of certain games, with live video-based content and, in particular, live dealers expected to become increasingly popular in the market.
To learn more about live casinos and some of the difficulties operators face when streaming to players across devices, especially on mobile, we spoke to Oliver Lietz, Founder of nanocosmos.
Johnson: Do you think we could see a spike in interest around live games in Germany over the coming months and years? If so, why?
Johnson: What challenges do operators and providers face when it comes to streaming live casino into the German market?
Johnson: Do you have a specific example of how low bandwidth impacts the player experience?
Johnson: How can these challenges be overcome?
Johnson: How do these technologies work and help operators deliver a superior live casino experience?
Johnson: In addition to the technology they use, can operators and suppliers do anything else?
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