Ezugi Launches Live Dealer Video Blackjack Game
Live dealer casino game studio Ezugi has announced that it has launched its newest game, “Video Blackjack”, which turns things around and puts player faces on camera at the virtual tables.
Live dealer blackjack usually sees the dealer being broadcast from a studio, while player faces are hidden behind the device they play on. Video Blackjack changes things by requiring players to enable video and audio on their devices, allowing the dealer and other players at the table to see them. The game will have up to seven seats at the table, allowing players to interact with others. Video Blackjack will have the standard European Blackjack ruleset, and will also feature side bets like Perfect Pairs or 21+3.
Ezugi is a subsidiary of Evolution, and it provides an entire suite of live dealer games such as baccarat, roulette, Teen Patti, Sic Bo, and more.
“Our new Video Blackjack adds an extra-special social dimension to online Live Blackjack with its unique player-to-player video feature,” said Ezugi Business Development Manager Pang Goh. “Now online gaming can be even more like a visit to a real land-based casino. Players are able to share the excitement and suspense as they see and talk to other players and react to every deal and decision in the gameplay and, of course, to every winning hand.”
Players can test their luck with the new game now at casinos that offer Ezugi’s content library.
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