Zitro expands presence in Argentina via agreement with three casinos

By Gambling Insider

Zitro’s games and cabinets continue to expand throughout Argentinian casinos, as the company has announced its installation at Casino Arena Maipú, Casino Enjoy, as well as an upcoming installation at Casino Fuerte Mayor.

Alejandra Burato, Regional Director of Zitro for Latin America, commented: “We deeply appreciate the trust Casino Fuerte Mayor – New Star UT, Casino Arena Maipú and Enjoy Mendoza Casino, has placed in our products.

"We are convinced that the results in all three casinos will be formidable, as they are proving to be in many other casinos across Latin America.”

Juan Lezcano, Operations Director at Casino Enjoy, added: “Our main goal is to grant players the most innovative games in our gaming hall while ensuring a high-class gaming experience.”

Ricardo Oller, General Manager of Casino Arena Maipú, also commented on the event: “The launch of these proven performer games has been a great success at the casino since Zitro’s dedicated world-class entertainment offers us the latest developments in the casino industry to improve the gaming experience of our customers.”

Mauricio Tague, General Director at Casino Fuerte Mayor commented on the deal with Zitro, as well, and said he’s looking forward to a long and successful partnership with the company.

Players of all three casinos from the Mendoza region can enjoy titles such as Link King, Link Me, 88 Link and Bashiba, games installed and displayed on Fusion, Allure, and Illusion form-factors respectively; all of which offer players a “truly unique and thrilling gaming experience.”


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