News Land-Based 29 Apr 2022
Zitro brings 88 Link to Peru’s Palacio Royal Casino
Following the inclusion of Zitro’s 88 Link across Latin America, the Palacio Royal Casino in Chiclayo, northern Peru, is now set to offer the cabinet game to its customers.
88 Link Wild Duels is a five-reel, 243-ways-to-win video slot game that features a five-level mystery jackpot that is enabled by the Allure ONE Platform. There are three HD 27 inch monitors in the cabinet.
Zitro spent much of 2022 growing its global reach via launches in new markets and partnership agreements. Five new contracts were signed by the company with California casinos this month.
It has also gained more exposure in Europe through deals with operators such as Win & Leisure, which was its third in Madrid during the latter part of March.
“This is Zitro’s first Allure ONE platform installed in Peru, and we are tremendously proud of the great reception it has received in the region,” commented Alejandra Burato, Zitro Regional Director for Latin America.
David Helman, CEO of Diversia Entertainment Group, added: “Given the previous success Link King has had at our casino properties and in the region, we are delighted to have once again chosen such a strong casino supplier as Zitro for our product offering, and look forward to adding more gaming titles at our Lima, Arequipa, Huaral and La Libertad properties soon.
“We are convinced that the addition of 88 Link Wild Duels will not only provide an enhanced gaming experience for players but will also increase profitability. It has been a pleasure to partner with Zitro and we look forward to a long-term business relationship.”
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