Ezugi partnering with Leovegas has launched its operations in Italy
Ezugi, a company specializing in live dealer casino solutions and armed with its newest mobile and desktop tech, partners with Leovegas in its advance to the Italian online gambling market. Among its arsenal is a collection of universally recognized casino staples, such as blackjack, roulette, and punto banco.
Ezugi, a part of the Evolution Gaming Group, operates from 9 live studios spread across the world. One of them, cutting edge and Indian themed, has been brought online this August. The company has been on the march since the beginning of 2020, and its momentum and determination to conquer new markets doesn't seem to falter. With its technologically advanced live studios and a world-wide network of more than 100 operators, Ezugi brings, via crisp graphics of high-quality video streams, the genuine atmosphere of real casinos to the comfort of users' homes.
Pang Goh, Ezugi Business Development Director, has noted that they are proud to be certified in Italy, cooperating with such a highly recognized partner as Leovegas. He also emphasized that Italy as a prospective market has been a priority for the company for some time.
The expansion to the European regulated gambling markets is the primary objective for Ezugi aspiring to further promote its cutting edge software and a vast selection of games. It's worth noting that the quality of the company's product meets the most stringent European standards.
According to Pang Goh, Ezugi has, indeed, managed to take its offering to the next level for the benefit of its partners and their players.
Paola Maia, Country Manager Italy at Leovegas, stressed that the company sees Ezugi as a trustworthy partner showing the remarkable growth in 2020. She noted that, "their products are a guarantee in terms of innovation and engagement therefore I have no doubt that our players will really love them.”
It's noteworthy that Ezugi has just recently become the first company that introduced live dealer online gambling in Lithuania, after its market regulator approval.