Ezugi crowned kings in Lithuania

August 14, 2020 | Sarah Blackburn

Live casino specialist launches in Lithuania soon after securing game certifications

Ezugi, part of the Evolution Gaming Group, has gone live in Lithuania as it continues to grow its presence in regulated markets around the world.

Ezugi is the first Live Dealer to launch in Lithuania with its suite of live casino titles and will go live with several big-name operators over the coming weeks.

Games certified for launch iinclude live blackjack, live roulette and live baccarat, with more titles and variants due to be approved shortly.

The certification in Lithuania comes after testing standards were successful met and approval awarded by the country’s regulator.

Operators in Lithuania can now access Ezugi’s innovative portfolio of live dealer titles which are streamed in high definition from nine state of the art studios around the world.

Ezugi has targeted Lithuania as it sees tremendous potential in the market as live casino continues to gather popularity with players around the world.

The latest certification adds yet more momentum to Ezugi’s rapid growth in supplying cutting-edge and innovative mobile and web live dealer gaming content globally.

Pang Goh Business Development Director at Ezugi, said: “We are delighted to have secured certification and will be completed several successful launches in the coming weeks with our key partners in Lithuania

“The team has done an incredible job when it comes to ensuring our games meet the high standards set by the regulator making us confident of our ability to meet them.

“Obtaining approvals in regulated markets around the world is the driving force behind our growth strategy and the latest certification marks our arrival as the leading live dealer provider.

“We see huge potential in Lithuania and believe that live dealer will become a significant vertical in its own right as the market continues to grow and mature.”

Certification in Lithuania comes shortly after Ezugi secured approvals from regulators on the Isle of Man and in Estonia and Bulgaria.