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Evolution's Ezugi launches Blackjack Salon Privé studio to allow table-exclusivity

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Evolution’s Ezugi announced Thursday the launch of its Blackjack Salon Privé, a brand-new studio that provides the player with complete exclusivity, allowing one player per table, and the ability to take up all seven seats. 

The company described Blackjack Salon Privé as “an exclusive environment offering high maximum bets for highbetting players”, offering a private Blackjack table. 

Streamed from Ezugi’s flagship studio, it features VIP specialist dealers, “offering a complete VIP experience, the Blackjack Salon Privé table offers players significant advantages. Players can ask dealers for a shoe change at any given time, and the privacy of the table ensures that players can take their time and  play at their own pace”, the company stated. “There are no betting times and players decide when to start the game and when the cards are to be dealt”.

In an official press release, Kfir Kugler, CEO at Ezugi, spoke about the launch of this new Salon and said: “Our aim here is to spoil players – they deserve only the best and we wanted to provide them with the ultimate playing experience, on every device”. 

“This new Blackjack Salon Privé is without a doubt the jewel of Ezugi and we’re thrilled to be able to offer such an opulent product to high-roller players. They can expect a unique experience, where they are the most important person in the room and can control and play the game at their own pace. In Blackjack Salon Privé, individualised taste and luxury is celebrated. We look forward to launching this product to our customers and hope to see a grand success”, he concluded. 

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