Ezugi has launched Royal Poker, a live streaming game run by trained dealers from the company’s studio.
Ezugi, which joined the Evolution Group in 2018, said it has “moved into new geographical markets and continues to build its reputation as a bold and agile provider.”
Royal Poker is played against the dealer using standard poker rules for ranking and comparing hands, with the goal of creating a stronger poker combination than the dealer’s five-card poker hand.
Ezugi noted that the game is popular in Eastern and Central European markets because it allows players to make different decisions throughout the game, such as exchanging cards for a stronger hand or buying the dealer an extra card to help the dealer qualify.
“While the origins of our new Royal Poker game can be traced back to Eastern Europe, there is no doubt that this Poker variant is gaining popularity in other parts of the world,” said Ezugi Business Development Director Pang Goh.
“Players are always looking for something new, and with Royal Poker, we wanted to introduce a live casino game based on poker hands, where a player competes against the house.”
“This increases the game’s excitement, encouraging players to try a new twist on a classic variation.” The decisions that players must make throughout the game add another layer of complexity and challenge. These twists make the game so much fun to play, and we hope that players will appreciate the one-of-a-kind experience this game provides.”
Evolution completed the acquisition of Nolimit City earlier this week, after reporting a 34% year-on-year increase in operating revenue for Q2 2022 last month.