BetConstruct unveils robotic arm to perform as croupier in live casinos

Hands-Do seeks to innovate current live casino technology.
United Kingdom
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BetConstruct announced the launch of Hands-Do, a robotic arm set to perform the functions of a real-life croupier in live casinos. The new technology was developed with the help of its holding company, SoftConstruct, and was defined as an "intriguing novelty for the sphere of live casino hardware and software".

Gaming and sports betting software developer BetConstruct with the help of its holding company SoftConstruct. The new technology was introduced by the company as an “intriguing novelty” for the sphere of live casino hardware and software.

Hands-Do is a robot dealer performing the functions of a real-life croupier in BetConstruct’s Live Studio. It was introduced as an “innovative tool” that “optimizes the work in a live casino studio but excludes human errors, increases accuracy in dealing, helps operators reduce expenses on hiring staff for a private hall and provides an automated 24/7 gaming experience”. 

The first two games adapted for Hands-Do are Baccarat and Dragon Tiger. The technology gives room for creativity and flexibility making it possible for BetConstruct to set up Hands-Do to play any other game. For the sake of individual branding in case of custom requests, the design of the robotic arm can also be changed.

Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct’s Founder and CEO, said: “There are quite a number of tasks in this world that automation can accomplish. One press of a button sometimes performs teamwork for a whole squad. For that, a robot can rightfully replace what human hands do. With that in mind, our team of engineers has constructed a very unique piece of machinery.” 

Levon Hambardzumyan, the creator of Hands-Do, commented: “Strive for innovation and the overall creative mindset of BetConstruct has a very catchy vibe. And the whole industry always pushes you to come up with something new. The idea of Hands-Do came after long observation. The job of a dealer is manual labor. What could possibly change the game? The answer was on the surface. Automation. By no means do we intend to replace the human-to-player type of communication that a live casino gives. On the contrary, we create something that was unimaginable before and has a solid potential to attract more players through this innovation.”

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