Zitro announces one of its most sizeable installations at Casino Fuente Mayor

Zitro installation Casino Fuente Mayor
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Due to the great success of the latest video slot and cabinet installations throughout the province of Mendoza in Argentina, Zitro has announced one of its most sizeable additions in the new gaming property of the UTE formed by Casino Fuente Mayor – San Martín and New Star.


With one hundred cabinets installed and an extensive library of Zitro’s most emblematic games, the Company is confident this great casino is going to be a resounding success in this region of Argentina. The Zitro’s best-selling game titles, such as Link King, Link Me, Link Shock and 5 To Win, installed in the impressive Fusion cabinet, along with 88 Link Wild Duels, 88 Link Lucky Charms and Bashiba, displayed in the Allure and Illusion form factors, respectively, are offering an immersive gaming experience to players of this casino floor.

Mauricio Tagua, General Project Manager of Casino Fuente Mayor – San Martín commented: “We have always wanted to be known as one of the most recognized brands in the industry, and to continue to be a reference in our beloved city of Mendoza. We are delighted to add Zitro’s world-class video slots to our product portfolio, which have already grown and attracted new customers, thanks to their impressive HD graphics and thrilling game features. We are very enthusiastic to continue our partnership with Zitro and look forward to new launches that are sure to become an undisputed success”.

Alejandra Burato, Zitro’s Regional Director for Latin America added, “Zitro always strives to offer a unique gaming experience that will amaze players and profit casino operators. We are confident that our latest installation will add extra value to this leading casino, as it has proven to do in many other casinos in Argentina. We deeply appreciate the trust the UTE formed by Casino Fuente Mayor – San Martín and New Star have placed in our products, and we look forward to our long-term partnership”.

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