After welcoming content from live dealer gaming provider Ezugi, Entertainment Laboratories (Enlabs) has improved the offering of its Optibet brand on the Lithuanian market.
The partnership comes shortly after new regulations were passed by the Lithuanian regulator to allow live casino, and follows Ezugi last month securing its own certification to join the area.
The collaboration will see added to the Optibet brand more than 30 blackjack, roulette and baccarat tables, including a Russian language roulette and speed roulette versions.
Enlabs says it aims to ensure it’s Optibet brand provides a “one stop shop” where consumers can access “high quality products” to fit all needs, with its live casino addition enhancing its strategy.
Chris Davis, head of gaming at Enlabs, stated: “We are very excited to be able to add a new and very important vertical to our fast-growing brand in Lithuania. I’m confident that the combination of Ezugi’s high quality live casino and the unique promotional tools of our new gaming platform will be a huge success.”
Ezugi, which has been part of the Evolution Gaming Group since January 2019, has been “the first live dealer to launch in Lithuania” in an attempt to expand its presence in controlled markets worldwide.
The supplier said it had chosen the jurisdiction because of “tremendous potential in the market as live casino continues to gather popularity with players around the world.” Certification came after successfully meeting evaluation requirements.
Lithuanian certification comes shortly after Ezugi has received approvals from regulators on the Isle of Man, as well as Estonia and Bulgaria.
Pang Goh, Ezugi’s director of business growth, said on obtaining approval: “We are delighted to have secured certification and will be completed several successful launches in the coming weeks with our key partners in Lithuania
“The team has done an incredible job when it comes to ensuring our games meet the high standards set by the regulator making us confident of our ability to meet them.”