The deal includes Ezugi titles such as American Blackjack, American Roulette, Baccarat, Unlimited Blackjack, Three Card Poker and Casino Hold'em to be available for players at Caesars Casino & Sports New Jersey
Live Casino at Caesars New Jersey Gaming Venue
Live dealer casino games provider, Ezugihas joined forces with a company Caesars Entertainment, dealing with casino entertainment , thus entering the US market, and in particular the state of New Jersey. As part of the deal, Caesars online casino and sports betting will now offer live dealer games in the Ezugi State. Titles will include American Blackjack, American Roulette, Baccarat, Unlimited Blackjack, Three Card Poker and Casino Hold'em.
Monica Umana, Ezugi's vice president for the Americas, endorsed the partnership and expressed her excitement about working with one of the biggest names in the casino industry. Umana highlighted the popularity of Ezuga's games among players and said she was excited that people from Caesars Casino & Sports New Jersey will already be able to enjoy the experience.
Umana added that live casinos combine the positive qualities of both online and live gaming, as players enjoy the social interaction of the venue but still have the benefits of playing online. All titles on the list will be broadcast in high quality from Ezugi's studio located in the Mid-Atlantic state.
In connection with the agreement, Christian Stuart, Head of Caesars Sports and Online Games, said Caesars has a positive view of iGaming's capabilities and will strive to offer its players a premium experience.
Evolution Gaming finalized its acquisition of Ezugi last year
Ezugi is now owned by a company Evolution Gaming listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, after the acquisition was completed last September. The all-cash deal was initially valued at $12 million with a possible additional consideration of $6 million. Evolution Gaming aimed to increase its presence in already existing markets and increase studio capacity and funding for product development.
Evolution Gaming has announced positive financial results for the third quarter of 2020. - Revenue increased by 48% to 140 million euros. EBITDA increased by 87% to 97 million euros. Profit for the period was €79.4 million and earnings per share were €0.44.
According to Director-General Martin Carlesund, demand for Evolution's games worldwide was high, and the company continued its strategy of investing in additional studios. This year the company opened a Lithuanian studio, with expansions also in Tbilisi, Pennsylvania and Malta, among others. In early November, Evolution signed a deal to supply a range of live dealer games to well-known US online casino and sports betting operator FanDuel Group.