Evolution's live dealer casino platform Ezugi announced Monday it has signed a new agreement with OlyBet, an online gaming and sports betting brand popular in the Baltic States. This new partnership will not only see Ezugi provide Live Casino services in Latvia and EU markets, but also strengthen its footprint in Estonia and Lithuania.
OlyBet creates content and offers entertainment through different platforms such as sports betting, esports, casino games and poker – all available in retail locations as well as online environments, a press release explains. It is a market leader in the Baltic States and has grown in popularity in Europe – predominantly in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Players of the brand will now be able to enjoy "a wide and exciting variety of games" – such as Andar Bahar, Casino Hold’em, Sic Bo, 32 Cards, Lucky 7 and several Baccarat variations – streamed live from Ezugi’s studios. Ezugi aims to ensure players have "an immersive and realistic gaming experience, where integrity, sustainability, and fairness of the game are put to higher standards."
Tomas Graham, Chief Performance Officer at OlyBet, spoke in a press release about this deal and said: “It’s important for OlyBet to provide the best choice of games and products and for us to continuously review and improve our game portfolio. This partnership with Ezugi helps us to provide our loyal customers with lots of new and exciting games and helps us to solidify our position as the number one multi-channel gaming operator across the Baltics.”
Pang Goh, Business Development Director at Ezugi, commented: “We are thrilled to start this new journey with OlyBet and are looking forward to the benefits that this partnership will bring. Not only will this agreement bring new and exciting experiences to the players in the Baltics and the EU, but it also strengthens our own position in these countries. Players are going to love this outstanding live gaming experience, along with a variety of new features and we look forward to seeing what the future holds.”