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Next-Generation Bingo

Product: Last Bingo in ParisManufacturer: Zitro

Next-Generation Bingo

Zitro is launching what it calls the “Next Generation of Bingo.”

“Last Bingo in Paris” brings the No. 1 performing game library in Latin America to the U.S. in both Class II and Class III versions.

In Last Bingo in Paris, the player is invited to play up to four bingo cards. If in the first ball draw, the player didn’t win any prize but came close, the game provides players the opportunity to purchase up to 10 extra balls. This extra ball feature gives the players 10 extra chances to win prizes.

When hitting the Square Bonus, the player is entertained with Parisian music during a bonus feature that reveals prizes hidden underneath famous Parisian landmarks.

Last Bingo in Paris, like the rest of Zitro’s game library, provides the player the same betting and entertainment experience whether playing the Class II or the Class III version. Additionally, all of Zitro’s Class III game library will be available in Class II versions, including Fishmania, Da Vinci Secret, Lucky Hero, Power Mania Bonus, Tony the Lobster and Bingo Dream in addition to Last Bingo in Paris.

The advantage to the operator and to the player is that both the Class II and Class III versions use the Blackwave cabinet, a compelling and comfortable machine that delivers intricate graphics and immersive surround-sound.

To complete the “ultimate bingo player experience,” Zitro designs its games with engaging features, bonuses, community prizes and  intriguing wagers.

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