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Ezugi and Racing Card Derby in Distribution Partnership Agreement

Ezugi and Racing Card Derby in Distribution Partnership Agreement

Ezugi, one of the leading live dealer casino streaming services in the world, announced a new distribution partnership with Racing Card Derby today. The agreement between the two parties will see Ezugi integrate Racing Card Derby's Knock-Out Baccarat side-game for the players to enjoy.

Knock-Out Baccarat is extremely popular in the Asia-Pacific region as it offers players a chance to win even more money by betting on the total winnings. The game will be available for players on desktops, laptops, mobile and tablet devices for all of Ezugi's international customers.

Anthony Brown, CEO of Racing Card Derby® commented, “The success of baccarat is quite clear with the highest casino revenue of any table game. The added bets are extremely popular with land-based casinos and the alliance with Ezugi will allow players access online to a full range of new betting options, while playing their regular baccarat game. Knockout Baccarat side-bets adds to the player excitement, increases the casino turn over and ultimately makes for a more engaging baccarat game. We look forward to the launch of these options on the Ezugi live-feed platform.”

Mathias Larsson , Business Development Director at Ezugi, said, “There are no other Live Casino solution providers that can match our development agility to launch revenue enhancing live gaming products for our customers. Knockout Baccarat has proven to increase Baccarat revenues for land-based casinos, so we are excited to be able to deliver the game to online operators as well. Our games portfolio offers the best of both worlds; global popularity and regional appeal which is a rarity in the sector.” 

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