Ezugi obtains games certifications in Isle of Man, Estonia, and Bulgaria.

Ezugi is continuing its expansion into the new jurisdictions.

Namely, the live dealer game provider has secured games certifications in three countries, Isle of Man, Estonia, and Bulgaria.

The Expansion Into New Regulated Markets

The company, the Evolution Gaming group subsidiary, asserts that it received certifications from each of the countries’ respective governing bodies. They awarded the game certifications after testing standards were successfully met.

As a result, licensed operators in the trio of jurisdictions now have the opportunity to partner with Ezugi.  So, this means they will be able to use a gaming suite streamed in high definition from a number of studios worldwide.  

Ezugi broadcasts from studios in 9 locations around the world – including Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Furthermore, the studios are open 24/7 to ensure your customers have unrestricted access at any time.

The supplier has partnered with in excess of 100 operators spanning the globe. And this is a sign that enhancing its global presence further and further is the company’s “clear philosophy” of further.

Also, more approvals, currently in the advanced stages, will follow in the coming weeks.

Plenty of Successful Certifications to Follow

Pang Goh, the business development director of Ezugi, commented on the development. 

“We are extremely pleased to add three brand new regulated markets to our game certification library,” he said.

Additionally, it shows the global iGaming world that their presence is ever-growing.

According to him, Isle of Man, Estonia, and Bulgaria, all have “thriving online live dealer communities.”

That’s why the opportunity to enter their regulated markets is “an exciting prospect” for Ezugi and the area’s licensed operators.

“The team has worked exceptionally hard to make this happen. And we look forward to announcing at least five more successful certifications in the coming weeks and months!”

This announcement comes hot on the heels of Ezugi’s partnership with BlueRibbon Software. This saw the live dealer content provider release its Jackpot Roulette game.