Live dealer specialist puts its magic touch on classic Asian table game to offer players an immersive and entertaining experience
Ezugi, the live casino pioneer that is part of the Evolution Gaming Group, has broadened its already impressive suite of games with the addition of Sic Bo for the very first time.
Wonderfully simple and a classic from the land-based casinos of Macau and across Asia, Sic Bo is a dice game of chance played with three regular dice displaying values between 1-6.
The objective for the player is to accurately predict the outcome of the three dice and players can back a number of different bet types for each dice roll.
If the result of the shaken dice matches the player’s bet, the player wins – it’s that simple.
Ezugi has taken its market-leading approach to live casino and applied it to its first Sic Bo game. This includes immersive gameplay which is streamed from a dedicated Sic Bo room.
Each game is hosted by one of Ezugi’s professional dealers who are highly experienced when it comes to providing players with an entertaining and authentic casino experience.
The game has also been designed to deliver a seamless and highly intuitive user experience to aid player understanding and increase overall enjoyment.
Pang Goh, Business Development Director at Ezugi, said: “Sic Bo is a truly classic game and we are delighted to be able to add it to our growing portfolio of live dealer titles. Sic bo will be the first of three dice game variants Ezugi will be bringing to the market in the near future.
“Sic Bo will be streamed in high definition from a dedicated studio manned by some of our most experienced dealers to ensure players have the best time when playing the game.
“Of course, Sic Bo benefits from the same cutting-edge technologies and seamless user experience that we have built our formidable reputation on.
“The popularity of live casino is on the rise and we strive to provide our partners with a portfolio of quality content to offer their players making the addition of Sic Bo an important milestone.”