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Ezugi captures the spirit of India with 32 Cards

| By Guy Parsons

Players look to identify the winning hand from four hands in live casino developer’s latest fast-paced title

Live casino specialist Ezugi, part of the Evolution Gaming Group, is keeping players on the edge of their seats with its latest game launch, 32 Cards.

Fast-paced and thrilling, 32 Cards captures the spirit of the Indian sub-continent. It has been developed with that market in mind but also has international appeal.

The format of the game is simple, making it ideal for those playing on smartphones and tablets while also providing a quality desktop experience.

The game is played with a deck of 32 cards containing numerical values from 6 to 13. The objective is to identify the winning hand from the four starting hands.

The player can bet on each of the four hands which have a starting value as follows:

Hand one – 8 points
Hand two – 9 points
Hand three – 10 points
Hand four – 11 points

Each player receives an additional card, the numerical value of which is added to the hand’s starting value. So, if Hand one receives a six, the hand total is 14. The hand with the highest total is the winner. If two or more hands have the same highest total, a second card is drawn and applied to those hands until there is a unique highest score to determine the winner.

Commenting on the new title, Lionel Dardic, head of product at Ezugi, said: “32 Cards is a tantalising game that truly captures the spirit of the Indian subcontinent. It is a simple game that has been designed for mobile play and the experience offered is second to none.

“While 32 Cards has been developed with the Indian market in mind, it will undoubtedly appeal to international players who love the authentic experience offered by live casino. What’s more, the fast-paced gameplay is guaranteed to keep players on the edge of their seats.”

32 Cards launched on 21 October. It is streamed from Ezugi’s state-of-the-art studio in Romania and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.