Novomatic delivers new gaming terminals to Greece

By Gambling Insider

Novomatic has announced the delivery of new gaming terminals in Greece to Club Hotel Casino Loutraki Resort.

A range of VIP Lounge 2.32 machines, 14 NOVOSTAR SL 2.24 housings, and ten Panthera devices will offer new games such as Emperor's China, The Great Conqueror and Empress of the Pyramids, plus other classic fruit games.

Casino Loutraki currently includes 696 slot machines and 40 roulette ETGs, including 12 linked progressive jackpots.

Kenan Bajram, Sales Manager Novomatic Global Sales, commented: “During the main holiday period, we produced, delivered and installed 34 gaming terminals exactly according to customer requirements within just under six weeks. I am proud that we were able to keep our promise within this tight schedule.

“We are now excellently represented on the Greek market - Casino Loutraki is a renowned casino and with an excellent selection of our latest products. I would also like to thank the Casino Loutraki team for their support and excellent cooperation.

Novomatic Group has locations in over 45 countries and exports gaming equipment, system solutions, lottery system solutions and services to around 90 countries.

Sokratis Charitatos, General Manager and Director of Casino Operations, Casino Loutraki, added: “We didn't really expect this installation to be completed in such a short time. But Novomatic kept its word and proved to be an exceptionally good partner: All of our wishes were met. The first few weeks of operation already show that our guests love the new games. Based on these positive experiences, we will certainly expand our Novomatic range in the near future.


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