Ezugi, the well-known developer of live dealer games, added a brand-new product to its already rich portfolio: an Over-The-Table (OTT) variant of the legendary card game Andar Bahar.
The game is streamed live from an actual gambling venue, the sumptuous Marina Casino located in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo. The company does own its studios in Latvia, Costa Rica and Belgium, but for this game they have chosen a special location.
The Over-The-Table variant offers increased player engagement, as there are additional betting rounds available on every game, and that adds extra excitement compared to the studio version.
Ezugi stated that its Over-The-Table games have been designed to allow players to feel something close to the real experience of playing in a land-based casino. That is why the company has chosen to broadcast these titles from opulent locations around the world.
Leading the Way In The Live Dealer Sector
Speaking about the company’s plans and ambitions, Pang Goh, Business Development Director of Ezugi, said: “2020 really has been a stand-out year for Ezugi, not only with our targeted expansion and acquisition of certificates for a number of new regulated markets, but also with the standard of gaming product we now offer our operating partners.
This new release of Andar Bahar and the entire OTT solutions portfolio is real testament to our team’s creativity and drive to enhance our service and gaming offering. The results speak for themselves, with Ezugi now leading the way in the live dealer sector.”
Indian style games are becoming increasingly popular with players from all jurisdictions including LATAM and Africa and we expect this new title to become a firm favourite very quickly.
Ezugi works exclusively on live dealer titles and has established itself as one of the most important players in this industry niche. The company was founded in 2013 and then it was acquired by Evolution in 2019.
The acquisition deal kept Ezugi as a separate brand within the Evolution group of companies. Since then, Ezugi expanded into several regulated markets including South Africa, Belgium and New Jersey either through partnerships or direct licenses.