The Romanian gaming industry veterans have also obtained Italian and Spanish certifications
Ezugi, providers of cutting edge, mobile and web live dealer gaming, has successfully passed the requirements set by Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) to receive an official Recognition Notice to offer Live Dealer services out of its flagship studio in Bucharest, Romania.
As the agreement stipulates, MGA licensed operators are now able to offer Ezugi’s favourite live tables to their players including Roulette, Blackjack, Unlimited Blackjack, Baccarat and the recently launched Andar Bahar and Teen Patti.
Further to its MGA license, Ezugi has secured Italian certifications for its games and studio, aiming to launch the first two operators during Q1. This is complemented by a Spanish roulette game certification and will see the company’s inaugural OTT Roulette in Spain during the same quarter.
These three new licenses mean Ezugi now operates in numerous key regulated iGaming markets, including New Jersey, South Africa, Romania, Bulgaria, Belgium and Hungary.
Ezugi's Business Dev Director, Pang Goh, said: “2020 promises to be an exciting year for Ezugi and these new European licenses provide us with the perfect platform for expansion. Each market offers fantastic potential and these territories will help us significantly grow our business.”
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