Ezugi Gaming, Evolution Gaming’s subsidiary content provider and developer, is now part of GrooveGaming’s portfolio of live casino clients. The partnership aims to expand the footprints of both developers in several locations by enhancing their live dealer offerings.
Pang Goh, Ezugi business development director, solidified the deal with Yahale Meltzer, COO at GrooveGaming. The two companies made the announcement over the weekend. In a press release, Goh commented on GrooveGaming’s capabilities to open more prime regulated markets for Ezugi:
“We took the plunge with GrooveGaming as it gives us another way to grow in prime regulated markets. With the new Ezugi flagship studio in Bucharest and our MGA license, we’re constantly searching for exciting strategic partners, and GrooveGaming has been the name on everyone’s lips now for a while so we’re delighted to have made the deal with them.”
Many software developers saw the huge increase in demand for live casino games this 2020, and GrooveGaming is one of them. The aggregator has been working on its expansion since the beginning of the year, focusing on improving its live casino and virtual games portfolio based on the preferences of the global market. GrooveGaming actively looks for strategic partners and recently signed multiple partnership deals with other top-rated providers, including EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, ALEA, and Quickfire. Ezugi is the latest provider to make it to the list.
As part of the partnership, Ezugi’s current portfolio of live fiat and Bitcoin games will be added to GrooveGaming’s casino options. Ezugi has active studios and locations in Europe, America, and Asia, so its current offerings are backed by localized gaming environments.
Some popular Ezugi titles coming on GrooveGaming platforms this week are 3-Card Poker, Andar Bahar, Unlimited 21 Blackjack-Autosplit, OTT Roulette, Knockout Baccarat, and Bet On Numbers. The developer only offers a limited number of slot titles, but its portfolio is filled with state-of-the-art, traditional, and modern table games.
The deal’s benefit to Ezugi, meanwhile, is another regional expansion. According to Meltzer, GrooveGaming’s goal in 2021 is “to serve tier-1 and other operators with valuable content”. Ezugi’s current locations and studios might get another expansion if the two developers’ shared content appeal to the global market.