New Olympic property opens with cabinets from EGT

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Euro Games Technology’s casino equipment has once again been chosen by Olympic Entertainment Group, as the company opens its newest property in Estonia.

 

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]lympic Entertainment Group has opened the Olympic Park casino in Tallinn, Estonia. The property, which is spread across over 17,000sq.ft, features almost 100 slot machines and table games, including cabinets from Euro Games Technology (EGT).

The new casino features six P-27/27 St Slim cabinets from EGT’s Premier Series. The ergonomic, eye-catching cabinets come complete with a range of multi-games, offering a wide variety of well-known titles.

Emilia Tomachinska, managing director of German distributor, D-Systems, said: “EGT’s partnership with Olympic Entertainment Group dates back to 2015, when D-Systems supplied the first cabinets of the Bulgarian manufacturer in the operator’s casino in Latvia.

 

The excellent results easily convinced our client that the Premier brand should unfold its potential also in their establishment in Tallinn, Estonia, which is a recognition for us

 

“The excellent results easily convinced our client that the Premier brand should unfold its potential also in their establishment in Tallinn, Estonia, which is a recognition for us. I’m sure that EGT’s products will match the expectations as they have always done.”

Since the beginning of 2016, D-Systems has completed several installations of EGT’s most favoured model, the P-24/24 Up, in a number of casinos in Latvia. The P-24/24 Up and P-27/27 St models were also supplied to Olympic’s gaming establishment in Malta. All received slot machines come equipped with the latest Premier multi-game mixes.

In a short space of time, EGT’s products have become widely preferred by many local players. Looking ahead, the D-Systems team is on its way to continue its business with Olympic Entertainment Group, as one of the operator’s establishments in Lithuania is also expecting its P-24/24 Up slot cabinets in August.


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