It is quite interesting but if you look up pictures of Equadorean pumpkins they are not blue.
What about this one
Have you tried Cucurbita pepo Citrouille de Touraine is it supposed to have delicious huge seeds. Available on ebay.
The blue one in the video is pretty close, but you imply it isn't from Ecuador (though obviously Spanish-speaking countries have better chances of seed-swaps than we do).
The Citrouille de Touraine seeds look almost flat except at the edges - making it very difficult to estimate the size of the kernel. The best Cerrano kernels were about 25 x 15 x 4mm thick.
That's a lot of meat for less work - large seeds are actually easier and quicker to shell, easier to use scissors on the problem ones, and easier to grab the kernel with fat fingers like mine.
And in my opinion shelled seeds taste better than the naked ones in the shops (home grown naked ones aren't that much better). I suspect flavour was the first thing lost when the naked types were bred - though they are much improved by careful roasting and the oil is absolutely delicious - especially on tuna-rice salad.
Unfortunately toasted pumpkin seed oil was lost from supermarket shelves in the last recession and has never made it back - not even to Waitrose - it's crazy - the flavour is unique and well worth the £16 per litre at the time, whereas you can pay quadruple that for fancy olive oil that just tastes like olive oil - it's never more than 5% better than good (standard) Cretan Extra Virgin (£25 for 5L), and often worse.