Live casino specialist has received approval from Colombia’s gambling regulator Coljuegos to start offering its games to operators in the country
Ezugi, the market-leading live casino provider that is part of the Evolution Gaming Group, has secured the certification needed for its local studio in the fast-growing Colombia market.
Working with the reputable and respected BMM testing house, Coljuegos has audited and given approval for Ezugi’s Colombia studio, where the provider will stream a wide range of live casino games and given it the green light be begin streaming games to operators and players.
The state-of-the-art studio is open with seven gaming tables that boast native Spanish speaking dealers and game variants including Blackjack, Unlimited Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat designed to appeal specifically to players in Colombia, with more tables planned for the coming months as the market continues to mature. Ezugi will customise localized limits based on local player demands showing their ongoing commitment to deliver the optimum product for the Colombian market.
Ezugi has emerged as the leading provider of live casinos in established and emerging markets around the world. It combines opulent studio environments with highly trained dealers and cutting-edge technologies to deliver a best-in-class live casino experience.
Mónica Umaña VP Americas at Ezugi, said: “We are delighted to have received certification, confirming that our studios, technologies and games meet the required standards in the fast-growing regulated Colombian market.
“We believe live dealer will quickly become a significant vertical in its own right and we look forward to launching our games with operators over the coming months now that we have the necessary approvals to do so.
“We are initially launching with seven native speaking tables and expect the number of tables to double during 2021 as we build out our Colombia studio in line with the growing demand we believe will come from the market. A further offering is to offer our customers private tables to cater for their player demand.”