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Grand Virtual creates and maintains software for a number of online casinos. Grand Virtual offers over 240 casino games, many of which are exclusive to the company.

Grand Virtual casino software supports the following languages:

  • Finnish
  • French
  • Spanish
  • English
  • French
  • Greek
  • German
  • Danish
  • Chinese
  • Hungarian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Polish
  • Dutch
  • Norwegian
  • Portuguese
  • Swedish

Grand Virtual Casinos List

The following casinos use Grand Virtual software:

Casino de Hong Kong Casino Elegance Casino Fantasy
Casino Glamour Casino Lux Casino Quebecois
Casino Treasure Welchs Casino Desde Las Vegas
Everest Casino Everest Poker Golden Alps Casino
Imperial Casino King’s Tower Casino Lagoon Internet Casino Online
Little Reno Casino Prestige Casino Ring Casino
Samui Casino Slaco Casino Casinos en Ligne Jeux d-Argent Casinos Virtuels

Grand Virtual Casino Games

The following casino games are available from the Grand Virtual online casino software:


A favored game of high rollers all over the world. The object of Baccarat is to bet on which of two hands (player or banker) will score closest to 9. You can also bet on a tie. Played with a single deck of cards. Winning bets on the player pay out at even money. Bets on the banker also pay out at even money, but the house collects a 5% commission on these wagers. Winning tie bets pay 8 to 1.


Played with one deck of cards, you receive money for every card placed in the foundation stack. Players may make one pass through the stock deck, drawing one card at a time.

Slot Machines

Grand Virtual software features a large variety of slot games.

Video Poker

The following video poker games are available from Grand Virtual:

  • Progressive Jacks or Better
  • Progressive Deuces Wild
  • Multi-Hand Video Poker
  • Jacks or Better
  • Deuces Wild

Sic Bo

Three dice are rolled and the player tries to pick the resulting numbers or combinations. Some payouts on Sic Bo range as high as 180 to 1. For example, Triple Numbers pay out at 10 to 1, while a total of 12 on the dice pays out at 7:1.


Three dice are spun around in a cage, and your goal is to bet on how many dice will stop on your chosen number. Matching one die pays off at even money. Matching two pays off at 2 to 1, and three pays off at 10 to 1. Several other betting options are also available. Similar to Sic Bo.

Scratch Tickets

Based on the concept of lottery scratch tickets, their version is called Treasure Island Scratch Ticket. You can buy tickets ranging in cost from $2 to $5. With a $5 ticket, a player can win as much as $5,000.


Also known as “Rock, Scissors, Paper.” The player will receive three cards. Each card will represent a rock, scissors, or paper. He must arrange these cards and play them against the three cards which have been given to the dealer. An ante is required to get started, and hands are paid for a best of three throws. If the player wins all three hands with the same three cards (all rocks, for example), the ante is paid out at 10 to 1.

Red Dog

Three cards are drawn from the deck. The player must wager where the third card will fall in relation to the first two cards (higher, lower, etc.).

Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow poker is played with a 53-card deck (including the joker), and each player receives 7 cards. The object of Pai Gow poker is to arrange your 7 cards into the best 5-card and 2-card hands possible. Winning combinations pay even money, plus a 5% commission to the house.

Roulette Monte Carlo

The wheel has numbers 1 through 36 and a single zero. Most casinos just call "Roulette Monte Carlo" by its traditional name of European Roulette.

French Roulette

Similar to the Monte Carlo roulette, but this version offers the Imprisoned (en prison) and Surrender options.

Las Vegas Roulette

In this version, the wheel has numbers 1 through 36 and two zeros (0 and 00). Grand Virtual's "Las Vegas Roulette" is the same thing as traditional American roulette.

Las Vegas Money Wheel

The player bets on which number will come closest to the marker on the wheel. The Las Vegas Money Wheel is an ancient game which stretches all the way back to the Roman Empire. Some casinos call it the Wheel of Fortune, even though now a player might confuse that with the Wheel of Fortune slot machine games that are so popular.


Keno is similar to lotto games. Keno players select which numbers that think will be drawn. The more numbers they correctly pick, the more money they will win. You can also select numbers and bet that none of them will be drawn. In all, there are 5 different ways to bet.

Caribbean Stud Poker

In Caribbean Stud Poker, you make an ante, receive 5 cards, and then decide whether to increase your bet or fold based on your hand and the one visible card of the dealer’s hand.


Craps is one of the most popular casino games of the modern era. A wide array of bets and payouts are available.


Blackjack is the classic game of 21. Grand Virtual offers a number of blackjack variations, including:

  • European Blackjack
  • Vegas Blackjack
  • Classic Blackjack
  • 6-Deck Blackjack
  • Double-Deck Blackjack
  • Single-Deck Blackjack
  • Surrender Blackjack
  • Live-Aces Blackjack
  • Anything-Goes Blackjack
  • Blackjack Swap
  • Barcelona 21 Blackjack
  • Super Play 21 Blackjack

Grand Virtual Casinos Contact

The only way we can find to contact Grand Virtual is to visit their website and fill out the contact form.

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