Creating camera-ready croupiers

No matter your live casino game of choice, every dealer appears professional and polished in front of the camera. You may recognise their faces and know some of their names, but have you ever considered the process they go through before they appear on screen? From hair, makeup and outfits; there’s plenty to do to create camera-ready croupiers. Scroll down and find out how the casino providers do it.

Live dealers’ hair is styled and sculpted to perfection. The lens sits the front of the live casino table so updos with intricate details that appear in the back won’t do. Instead female croupiers’ hairstyles are brought forward to frame their face and complement their entire look. Male dealers’ hair is typically kept smart and short, with a parting to suit their face and little to no facial hair.

Next up is their makeup. Anyone who’s ever worked in front of a camera knows that bright studio lights wash out the skin. Specific stage cosmetics are applied to counteract this. Male game presenters apply light foundation whereas female dealers wear makeup that goes with their outfit. For example, warm gold tones are worn by Ezugi croupiers whereas NetEnt Live dealers wear smoky eyes.

Live casino croupiers match their picture-perfect surroundings by dressing to the nines. Male live dealers keep things smart in a sleek shirt and tailored trousers. Some croupiers layer a waistcoat on top. The girls have more fun with their attire. From Extreme’s red X emblem to Ezugi’s bright yellow dresses and the classic black of NetEnt Live, each female live dealer truly embodies the provider. Their outfits are loaned to them and their responsibility to take care of.

Although you may only see them on-screen for around 30 minutes at a time, styling is a job in itself! Bigger studios, such as Evolution Gaming, hire a professional team to prep and prime their live dealers. Smaller studios, such as Lucky Streak, make use of in-house talent and croupiers do each other’s hair and makeup in between live table games. Being camera-ready is just part of their role!