Ezugi Begins Offering Live Dealer Games to Casino Palace

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Internet live dealer software developer Ezugi has announced that it has signed an agreement to provide their games to Romanian casino site Casino Palace.

As a result of the deal, Ezugi will provide live dealer blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and other live dealer games to the betting site. The games will be broadcast in HD, and will include dealers that can converse in both English and Romanian languages. The games are expected to be broadcast from within the land Casino Palace premises.

Speaking about the deal Ezugi CEO Kfir Kugler said, "Opening a studio in Romania is part of our on-going regulation strategy. Partnering with the local Casino Palace Group, a company known for its continuous quality, exceptional service and luxurious facilities is a bonus.

"We are committed to providing our regulated clients and their players with the best live dealer offering and experience across all channels.

"We are the only live dealer technology provider offering live streaming from studios across three continents - Europe, South America and Asia."

Casino Palace Chief Commercial Officer Gene Lerner also commented, noting: "Ezugi are one of the most established and successful live casino platform and studio providers in the world."

"This fits extremely well with our brand strategy, to offer a superb live casino gaming experience within the Romanian regulated gaming market and I look forward to growing this exciting new partnership."

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21 December 2017 - 9:02am

Live dealer games becomes a huge market recently and I think here in Eastern Europe there's still much room for improvement and development of that sector as it seems it's not that popular still amongst the players, but it would probably turn into that and from that perspective that should be a well planned deal from Ezugi.