Ezugi, an Evolution Group brand, says its new game aims to give players the experience of live casino play, despite being an online product.
The game allows up to seven players at a table at one time, playing through a mobile portrait mode.
To play, gamers must share video and audio on their devices – with non-playing observers barred from entering the online room for security reasons.
Ezugi says its new Video Blackjack game will follow standard European blackjack rules and include the side bets Perfect Pairs and 21+3.
The provider adds its new title complies with all regulations, including procedures and solutions built in to safeguard against inappropriate video content.
Ezugi Business Development Director Pang Goh said: “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 can 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!”
Earlier this week, Ezugi signed a live casino deal with NetBet Italy, providing the operator with its portfolio of games.
This came after the supplier went live in Bosnia and Herzegovina through a deal with WWin in January 2023, and before this, in October 2022, Ezugi went live in the UK via a partnership with Playbook.