Ezugi powers up portfolio with Teen Patti

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Ezugi, providers of cutting edge, mobile and web live dealer gaming, has released its latest live immersive experience, classical Indian card game, Teen Patti.

India’s Teen Patti has similar traits to the English game of three-card brag, blending elements of Poker to make it simple to master.

Only six cards are involved within each game, three of which sit with the dealer and three with the player. Teen Patti’s game mechanic is for the player to have a stronger hand than the dealer. Strength of hand follows the basic rules of Poker, however the dealer must have a Queen or higher to qualify for the main bet.

Players have the chance to wager on two side-bets, Pair or Better and 3 + 3 Bonus. Pair or Better means the player has to make a pair or better out of their hand, while 3 + 3 dictates the player must make the best five-card poker hand by combining the player’s three cards with the dealer’s three cards.

Ezugi is delivering this immersive live Teen Patti experience directly from its state-of-the-art Romanian studio to ensure players feel as if they are playing at a bricks-and-mortar casino.

No Commission Baccarat will be released later this week too. In this version, players will not pay commission in case a bet on the Banker wins and it’s paid 1:1 on all cases except of 0.5:1 in case the Banker wins with 6.

At the end of November, Ezugi will be attending the 6th edition of SiGMA between the 27th to 29th.

To find out more about these fantastic additions to the Ezugi game portfolio and learn more about how Ezugi can complement your Live Dealer proposition online and in retail please contact info@ezugi.com to organise a product demo and discussion.

Ezugi Business Development Director Pang Goh said: “Teen Patti is the perfect addition to our live portfolio and we’re banking on it being a big hit. The game originated from the English game three-card brag and has Poker influences to make it resonate with players. Two side bets provide chances to win big too.”