Hands-Do

Gaming and sports betting software developer BetConstruct, with the help of its holding company SoftConstruct, has introduced an intriguing novelty to the live casino sphere in the form of a robotic card dealing hand named ‘Hands-Do.’

“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,” says Vigen Badalyan, the company’s CEO and founder.

“For that a robot can rightfully replace what human hands do. With that in mind, our team of engineers have constructed a very unique piece of machinery.”

This robot dealer performs the functions of a real-life croupier in BetConstruct’s Live Studio.

This “innovative” tool optimises work in a live casino studio by excluding 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.

“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,” says Levon Hambardzumyan, the creator of Hands-Do.

“The idea of Hands-Do came after a 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.”

The first two games adapted for Hands-Do are Baccarat and Dragon Tiger. However, the technology gives much 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 request, the design of the robotic arm can also be changed.

Hands-Do provides a unique and one-of-a-kind gaming experience. This type of player-casino interaction can be highly marketable towards players who expect a bit more out of their ordinary entertainment.

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