Ezugi Launches Live Dream Catcher Game

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Live dealer group and Evolution subsidiary Ezugi announced the launch of a live version of the game Dream Catcher, which features a massive wheel that spins and gives players the chance to win prizes.

The game will be focused on betting shops or betting cafes and other retail sites, and it will feature crisp high-definition graphics as well as a gameshow theme that merges television with online gambling. There are 54 segments on the wheel, and players put down their bet amount and pick a color. If that color is selcted on the wheel, players win that multiplier amount toward their bet. The game has multipliers of between 1x and 40x your bet amount, although there are two payout segments.

"All of our retail games are streamed live to betting shop customers in real-time-and all offer new betting opportunities every few minutes," said Ezugi Chief Product Officer Fredrik Bjurle. "We are confident that Dream Catcher's mix of live money wheel gaming action, suspense and multipliers will be a big hit with retail customers.

"All of our retail games aim to create an atmosphere of excitement and shared fun. The mechanics of the Dream Catcher game, especially the multipliers and the chance to multiply the multipliers with successive spins, will, I believe, make it very popular indeed."

Dream Catcher is available for play now.

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25 December 2022 - 11:31pm
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It seems to me that live show games are the new trend for live casino games. Of course, Playtech and Evolution and even Pragmatic Play have done them quite a bit, but now it seems like smaller game providers are also offering such games. From the first glance it looks quite good.

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25 December 2022 - 11:54pm
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It seems to me that live show games are the new trend for live casino games. Of course, Playtech and Evolution and even Pragmatic Play have done them quite a bit, but now it seems like smaller game providers are also offering such games. From the first glance it looks quite good.

I agree,, I.played the Dream catchet once or twice with fairly decent wins.