Ezugi has announced the launch of a brand-new card game, Cricket War. Business Development Director, Pang Goh comments on the new product being a celebration and a show of appreciation to cricket loving players.
After almost 10 years in the industry, Ezugi now operates from various global studios with over 20 different game types, and has partnerships with more than 200 operators worldwide. Part of Evolution since 2018, Ezugi now looks to continue to expand its presence in the Indian market – the first step is this new game release that will particularly appeal cricket sports fans.
Cricket War is a fast-paced, two-card game. Based on the hugely popular Casino War concept, the rules of the game are simple, but the experience is brimming with excitement. Only two cards are dealt – one for the Bowler and one for the Batsman. The aim of the game is to predict which one will receive the highest card, or whether they will tie. Created for world-wide cricket fans in mind, special attention has been placed on the game’s surroundings in order to provide the players with the ultimate live casino and sports atmosphere.
The game will feature a specially designed cricket ground table felt, and the overall unique sports environment will be enhanced by the sports arena surrounding and dealer uniforms. Upon entering the game, players will be able to see live betting statistics and bead roads, to assist in predicting the outcome of future rounds.
Pang Goh, Business Development Director at Ezugi, said: “Our aim at Ezugi is to understand different markets to their core. We want to know where their passions lie, and what players in those markets would benefit from. For the Indian market, one of the greatest passions is definitely cricket. So, it made sense to boost our card game variety and to appeal to Indian live casino players with the launch of Cricket War. It’s going to be an exciting release – it’s a simple and captivating game format that will give our players an authentic cricket stadium experience, in an online casino environment.”