Ezugi develops new poker game based on a unique variant

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Ezugi develops new poker game based on a unique variant

Ezugi will be offering a new product, Royal Poker, which is based on an Eastern European take of the classic game.

The iGaming software developer and provider Ezugi has recently taken the covers off of its new game, Royal Poker. Based on an Eastern European variant of poker, Royal Poker will offer players a classic game with a unique twist.

The game is a live casino game, played against a dealer, broadcasting from a studio. It uses regular poker rules for judging and ranking hands with the main goal being obtaining a stronger combination of cards than the dealer’s hand. Each hand contains five cards.

Furthermore, Royal Poker will contain a number of different opportunities for the players, such as changing their or the dealer’s hands or purchasing a sixth card.
Another distinctive rule of the game is the need for the dealer to qualify. They can do so by getting both an ace and a king, however, the player can help them out in case the combination is not complete.

Lastly, Ezugi believes that the game will be a massive success, as it will bring a ton of variety with its novel mechanics, and will grow past its main audience in the eastern parts of Europe.


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Established in 2012, Ezugi is a prominent supplier of sought–after online casino and lottery gaming to operators on a global scale. The company is a pioneer in opening up new markets and excels ...