• Bede Gaming Inks Deal with Ezugi for Live Dealer Games

    15 August 2017

    Bede gaming inks deal with ezugi for live dealer games

    Bede Gaming announced Monday that they would be adding live dealer games from Ezugi to their already robust casino games offering on the proprietary PLAY platform. The deal will add roulette, baccarat, and blackjack among other games to a platform that already offers over 700 RNG casino games including slots from providers like Microgaming, IGT, and Playtech.

    Full Suite of Live Dealer Games

    Ezugi's full suite of live dealer games streamed in multiple languages from real casinos around the world has been integrated into the company's platform alongside RNG table games and a variety of other products such as bingo and a sports book. Operators will now have the choice of adding games with the same excitement, sophistication, and confidence players experience in a real casino.

    Executives Weigh In

    Michael Brady, Bede Gaming's CEO said: "The live casino market is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the industry and as such is highly important that we offer our partners a wide-selection of live dealer games to choose from.

    "Partnering with Ezugi, one of the industry’s premier providers, will ensure we meet our client’s expectations. We’re thrilled to be working alongside them and to share their full portfolio of innovative games."

    Ezugi's Commercial Director, Sagi Ifrach, said: "We’ve been admirers of Bede Gaming for some time now and it’s great to be working alongside such a high-performing gaming platform.

    "Partnering with Bede was a no brainer for us and following a straightforward integration, our games are now available to their customers via Bede PLAY. Enhancing our partners’ offerings is what we strive for and this will clearly bring fantastic opportunities for both Ezugi and Bede."

    About Bede Gaming

    Bede Gaming was established 2012 with headquarters in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom and has offices in London as well as Sofia, Bulgaria. In addition to the PLAY platform, which is device agnostic and delivers most games in HTML5, the company has also developed 12 slots and a suite of table games.

    About Ezugi

    Ezugi was established in 2013 and is a rising star among live dealer game providers with studios located around the globe. Their diverse streaming locations allow operators to choose languages and atmospheres most suited to their target audience.

    Source

    Press Release, Bede Gaming strikes Ezugi partnership squareintheair.com, August 14, 2017


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