Spring BME provides a wide range of different gaming products. 

In order to save your time we have made them ready for you to activate with 1 click. 

Follow the steps to activate Live Casino in your betting project 

1. Log in into Spring BME 

2. Navigate to Products tab .

3. Among many products find and select Live Casino Software block 

4. Now you are in Live Casino page, click on Enable button to start configuring Setup options.

5. To have Live Casino by BetConstruct navigate to Setup tab and enable BetConstruct option.

6. Next to Enabled button you can see 3 dots which opens the interface of Setup options. It includes:

General.
Which applies to general items of the game.
Games.
Which applies to certain game separately.

In General options you can find:

  • Allow chat between players. Tick the checkbox to enable the chat box on the left top side of any live broadcast, or tick it off to disable the chat box from there.
  • Allow players to give tips to the dealers. The button will appear during the game, and allows to give tips to dealer. 
  • Allow user to see bet history. The option enables a history icon on the bottom right side of the live broadcast screen, and allows to watch the whole bet history during the game.
  • Show 'SignIn' button in the lobby. The option enables reminding Sign in button on the bottom left side of the screen.
  • Show 'Cashier' button during the game. In order to avoid additional navigation for replenishment of account, this option enables cashier button  straight on the live broadcast careen.
  • Show 'Powered by' banner. Enables Powered By text on the banner. 

In Games options 

  • Choose the Game. 
  •  Choose the Table. 
  • Select the limits of amount that you can play with, it includes --  Low, Medium, High and VIP levels of amount limit.

After all preferable changes are done, click on Save button and in a few minutes the game properly configured will be ready for playing.

Note: In other tabs you may also find the information about what is Live Casino and Release Notes where you periodically can check what new updates we have performed.  

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