But in the end, there were ways out of the situation. One of the suppliers (which one was not mentioned) suggested using a random number generator (RNG) to determine the results and at the same time showing the players records of real games with real dealers. The result is a mix of live and RNG.
Another solution was suggested by Playtech. They also mixed RNG with live casinos. But in their case, it is not the recording that is shown, but the dealers working from home. The results of the rounds, as in the previous case, are generated randomly by the RNG, but the game is simply played and commented on by a real dealer on the air, who simply works from his home.
The variant from Evolution Gaming was also noted, which provided an opportunity to switch from the live version of the game to the RNG version. This is how the difficulties caused by the epidemic pushed suppliers to innovate.