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Ezugi & Dench eGaming Solutions Agree to Partnership
Ezugi, the online casino developer responsible for many of players’ favorite titles including its unique Blackjack, Live Lottery, and Double Ball Roulette games, has agreed to supply its content library to live casino supplier Dench, the company announced via a statement to its corporate website.
The partnership comes on the heels of the ever-increasing importance players put on operators’ live casino offerings.
“We’ve been following Dench from the very beginning and it’s great to be working alongside such an innovative gaming platform,” said Ezugi’s Commercial Director, Sagi Ifrach.
Dench Keeps Its Content Relevant
For Dench, the partnership is an essential step designed to keep the company’s content library current. Although the popularity of live casino games has exploded in recent years and months, the technology that makes them possible is still in its infancy.
Ezugi has shown itself capable of leading the charge in innovation, and Dench wanted to make sure that those developments will be available on its platform — a critical step that will give it an edge over the competition in the coming years.
“Partnering with Ezugi, one of the industry’s premier providers will ensure we deliver exceptional live casino experience in multilingual and multichannel manner. We’re thrilled to be working alongside them and share their full portfolio of innovative games,” said Dench CEO Dobromir Mitev.
Integration Simplicity Wins Over Ezugi
As the holder of such a valuable asset in the online casino world, Ezugi can afford to pick and chose who it works with. While Dench’s large player base was definitely a positive, Ifrach’s statement stressed that the easy of integration also played a key role in the decision to sign the agreement.
Given Ezugi’s reputation for quality development, it’s no surprise that the company went looking for a platform that can match its internal product control and quality. That dual commitment will undoubtedly go a long way towards creating incredible gaming features for players well into the future.
“The decision to partner with Dench was easy to make for us and following an impeccable integration effort, our games are now available to their customers via Dench Core,” Ifrach said.