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Ezugi Launches the Much-Anticipated Video Blackjack with Live Player-to-Player Video

Last update: May, 2024

Written by: Lisa Cheban Content writer
Ezugi Launches the Much-Anticipated Video Blackjack with Live Player-to-Player Video

Ezugi, a famous supplier of live casino solutions, announced the release of Video Blackjack on February 2, 2023. It’s a unique live blackjack title that Ezugi claims will offer something different from the usual live blackjack games. The company even says this will be one of the most revolutionary live casino products to date.

This brand-new live blackjack title allows players to enjoy a mutually shared experience via a live-video feature integrated into the game. The general idea is to give live casino players a life-like atmosphere, just as they would feel inside a real brick-and-mortar casino for players. The game allows players to see each other and converse while gaming on their phones or computers.

Ezugi says that no more than seven people can play Video Blackjack. The company also says mobile phone players can access the game in portrait mode. Ezugi further says that players must enable their device’s video and audio sharing settings to play this live title. In order to allow the privacy of the gamers, observers are not allowed to join the table.

In the meantime, the rules of Video Blackjack are based on those of European Blackjack. In European Blackjack, players must double down after splitting, split 4s or 5s, the dealer must stand on soft 17, and more. So, it would be best for players to familiarize themselves with the rules before playing this game.

As expected, the game also features popular side wagers that players would find in a typical blackjack game. Perfect Pairs and 21+3 are included to offer players a new way to experience the action of the classic table game.

For the worried lot, Ezugi says that Video Blackjack meets all regulatory requirements for safety and security. The live content aggregator said it has put in place measures to protect against unauthorized video material and ensure a safe and secure gaming environment.

Pang Goh, Ezugi’s Business Development Director, commented: “Our new Video Blackjack adds an extra-special social dimension to online Live Blackjack with its unique player-to-player video feature. Now online gaming can be even more like a visit to a real land-based casino. Players are able to share the excitement and suspense as they see and talk to other players and react to every deal and decision in the gameplay and, of course, to every winning hand!”

It’s to be remembered that this is the first live casino game from Ezugi in 2023. Ezugi’s fans should expect bigger things going forward if the trend continues.

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