Vamos! Zitro opens office in Argentina

The new office will be located in capital city Buenos Aires.

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Zitro has announced that it will open a new office in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The purchase of this new office can be seen as a reflection of the company’s current growth in Latin America, showing its strategic plan for expansion across the continent.

Opening this new office in the Argentine capital will allow Zitro to attempt to have greater direct influence in Latin America.

Since being founded in 2007, Zitro has expanded and offers a variety of gaming options. These options mostly include land-based games, with slots, bingo and cabinets but it also offers iGaming options.

This news follows its recent expansion in Sweden with the launch of Colossus Fire at Casino Cosmopol in Sweden, a new slot machine.

The new Latin America office space will house multiple departments, including sales, logistical operations, order management, technical support, a laboratory, additional warehouse space and a showroom for clients to experience the products Zitro has to offer.

The team is led by Alejandra Burato, the Regional Director for Zitro in Latin America.

Burato said: “Each member of our team brings their unique background, skills and knowledge to the table, and together, we work collaboratively to help casino operators optimise their businesses.”

The praise directed towards the team was reiterated by Zitro’s International President Sebastian Salat: “We have seen significant growth in the scale and growth of our business over the past years, which has naturally led to the opening of a new office.”

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