16 April 2013 – Continuing its growth since launching earlier this year, Ezugi has today announced that it has signed a deal with Golden-Race.com to supply the company with a full suite of live table games – from Poker to Blackjack.
Ezugi provides its customers with a whole new layer of interactivity that has never been seen before in traditional live dealer casinos; an exciting combination of real-time game play and social media experience that will keep users playing and depositing without ever leaving the table. Keeping its product flexible, Ezugi gives the option of both Flash and HTML5, which means that the product can run on any SmartTV, mobile or tablet device, enabling operators to carry out a variety of branding opportunities.
Golden-Race offers players a truly virtual experience on sports such as dog racing, soccer and speedway and has expanded its offering to include poker, roulette and virtual soccer. The site’s simple and intuitive functions also enable its players to use the software easily whilst enjoying a great interactive experience. This deal means that Golden-Race will integrate Ezugi’s seamless API which will undoubtedly strengthen the retention and recruitment of players.
Commenting on the partnership, Martin Watcher, CEO at Golden-Race said “This is an excellent opportunity for us as we continue to build our brand and expand our offering. We believe that Ezugi’s unique live casino concept will prove extremely successful, particularly within the Eastern European and central Asian Markets”
CEO and founder of Ezugi, Kfir Kulger also said that “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Golden-Race on this new venture. We have worked extremely hard to create a live casino concept that enables operators to engage players in real time with polls, games and promos via a real time authoring tool. Therefore this will enable Golden-Race to monitor viewers actions in real time which can be analysed and subsequently optimized and we hope that this is the first of many deals that we hope to announce in the near future.”