Ezugi launches live Casino studio in the Grand Dragon Casino

ezugiLive dealer gaming system provider Ezugi, has announced that its live casino studio with one of Cambodia’s largest groups, the Dai Long Company, owners and operators of the Grand Dragon Resorts casino is now ready to be launched.

Grand Dragon Resorts is one of the leading gaming and entertainment companies in Cambodia with their casino located in Chreythom, Kandal Province. The agreement sees Ezugi utilizing its casino streaming technology to broadcast live and direct from the gaming floor, which shall include baccarat tables and VIP tables along with proxy/telebetting.

Kfir Kugler, chief executive of Ezugi said: “Live casino streaming is increasingly popular with players as those off-site players can see, hear, and interact with actual tables and dealers in a live and interactive environment. Live Casino Gaming is our business and we are committed to providing both our clients and their players with the best choice and experience of the live casino environment for the online and mobile channels. We are the only provider with live dealer studios across three continents in Europe, South America and now a live gaming floor broadcast experience from Asia. We look forward to our partnership with Grand Dragon Resorts in delivering the highest standards for the live gaming experience as possible.”

Darren Heng, chief executive officer of Dai Long Company, owners and operators of Grand Dragon Resorts commented: “I am delighted to make this agreement with Ezugi. They are one of the most established and successful live casino platform providers in the world. This fits extremely well with Grand Dragon Resort’s brand strategy, to offer a superb live casino gaming experience and I look forward to growing this exciting new partnership.”

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