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Ezugi Signs Exclusive Deal with Jockey Club del Perú

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Ezugi Signs Exclusive Deal with Jockey Club del PerúLima, Peru 25th March 2015Ezugi, the innovative live dealer gaming system provider, today announced that it has entered an agreement  with the Jockey Club del Perú as its exclusive provider of digital and entertainment gaming content both for land-based venues, online and mobile.

Under the terms of the four-year exclusive agreement, Ezugi shall provide a full range of gaming products including their live casino, slots, pool betting, lottery and sportsbook. Players in Peru shall be able to access the online gaming content via a Jockey Club del Perú branded website as well as in 105 betting venues known as “telepodromos” throughout the country.

Sr. Luis Razzeto Ríos, President of the Jockey Club del Perú, commented,“We are delighted to enter this agreement to offer innovative and localized digital gaming content and  games with Ezugi. This partnership shall ensure we offer our patrons unrivalled gaming products and new distribution channels for betting.”

Kfir Kugler CEO at Ezugi, said, “We are very pleased to be the partner of choice for the Jockey Club del Perú. This is a long term relationship with the Jockey Club in what is a rapidly expanding market. We shall deliver localized gaming content via a secure platform that ensures the highest standards of responsible gaming for player protection and integrity. The combination of innovative games, technology and social games will help attract new and younger customers than the ones frequenting the horse racing tracks today, and eventually this younger crowd will come to the race tracks.”

Eyal Tregierman Director Commercial LATAM for Ezugi added, “The Latin American market is a long term strategy for our business, which is why we have an office based in the region. We understand the local player demographics and requirements, which enabled us to conclude this successful partnership with the Jockey Club.”

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