Ezugi is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: January 16, 2022.
|18bet Casino||Curaçao, Malta|
|Bizzo Casino||Curaçao, Kahnawake|
|King Billy Casino||Curaçao, Malta|
|National Casino||Curaçao, Kahnawake|
|21Prive Casino||Curaçao, U.K.|
|Casino Friday||Curaçao, Kahnawake|
|G'Day Casino||Curaçao, U.K.|
|Hello Casino||Curaçao, U.K.|
|Red Star Casino||Curaçao|
|VIP Stakes Casino||Curaçao|
Ezugi is an online betting software developer that specializes in providing live dealer services to online casinos throughout the world. The company is licensed in Curacao and mainly provides webcasted table games, but has also expanded to offering lottery, keno, and parlor games as well.
Since its launch Ezugi has managed to form some strong partnerships with both casinos and suppliers, and has been taken on by big names like EveryMatrix, CasinoLuck, Hello Casino, JetBull Casino, and many more.
Ezugi's live dealer games are broadcast from multiple studios throughout he globe, giving some casinos specifically designed tables and custom language support to meet their needs. The games generally are table games and include the following titles: Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Knockout Baccarat, Lottery, Hybrid Blackjack, Keno, Wheel of Dice, Caribbean Stud Poker, Double Ball Roulette, Texas Hold'em, Perfect Pairs, and 21+3.
These games support live chat with the dealer, side bets, tipping, up to 7 players at a time, social integration and live music on demand, giving players an immersive casino experience that is only matched by a few developers throughout the world. Generally speaking the quality of the live dealer games is quite high for Ezugi, as players can get a clear look at the dealer as well as the cards, and movement is relatively fluid given the fact that dealers have to scan cards and deal with multiple hands. This is in stark contrast to other providers, whose games look foggy and lag when you are trying to place a wager or make a decision on a bet.
In addition to its games, Ezugi has built a gaming platform for its customers, which enables them to do some backend work, including providing social analytics and managing widgts, which can be used to track player information and reward those who are actively promoting Ezugi's games to their friends.