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NYX AND EZUGI PARTNER UP IN REGULATED U.S. ONLINE GAMBLING MARKET
23rd September, 2016 at 08:30:34
Live dealer product will be delivered via NYX's OGS platform.
A partnership to offer US live dealer action formed in August this year by NYX Gaming and live dealer supplier Ezugi (see previous report) delivered its first fruit this week with the launch of facilities on Golden Nugget Casino.com in the regulated New Jersey online gambling market
The Ezugi product is being delivered via the NYX Open Gaming System platform, and is the first of its kind in the legalised US sector.
Kevin Vonasek, chief product officer Americas said in a launch statement Thursday that the launch marked the first live dealer product to enter the US regulated online gambling market.
"Live dealer bridges the gap between online and traditional bricks and mortar by engaging slightly younger players who typically play online while at the same time building trust with the traditional on property players who are not accepting of the digital representation of a game," he said.
"Live Dealer is truly a great way to bring a similar game play experience into the palm of the player's hand."
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