GGB is committed to providing updated news and analysis on our weekly news site, GGBNews.com.

Sphinx 3D Launched in Peru

Sphinx 3D Launched in Peru

Slot manufacturer International Game Technology announced that its Sphinx 3D game has been launched in Peru, at four casinos of the Masaris Corporation. Sphinx 3D is the award-winning game launched by the former GTECH that incorporates “True 3D” technology to create the most realistic dimensional effect ever used on a slot machine.

The game was introduced at Casino Montecarlo and Casino Macao in Iquitos, Casino Macao in Lima and Casino Macao in Piura.

“We are pleased to introduce our award-winning Sphinx 3D game to players in Peru,” said Jessica Luna, IGT sales director. “We are confident that the game’s innovative design and technology will impress players in this region. The Masaris Corporation is a valued, long-term customer, and we are excited for their players to enjoy the Sphinx 3D game.”

In other IGT news, the company announced the introduction of its CrystalDual and S3000 cabinets to Argentina. IGT recently secured an agreement with Casino Club to install 270 CrystalDual and 30 S3000 cabinets in Casino Club locations throughout Argentina over the next several months. Approximately 80 units will be installed in Buenos Aires’ iconic destination, Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo.

 “IGT is firmly committed to the growth and success of gaming in Argentina, and we’re excited to work with our longtime partners at Casino Club to introduce leading technology such as the Crystal-Dual and S3000 to players in the region,” said Sabby Gill, IGT senior vice president of international commercial gaming.

    Recent Feature Articles

  • Always Bet on Engagement

    Social media strategies for gaming in 2023 and beyond

  • Free Play Rules

    Free play has been a primary player reward for casinos, but does it make sense?

  • Old Scams, New Twists

    Can casino operators stay one step ahead of cheaters who use technology to become successful?

  • Shiny New Objects

    Why are electronic table games the hottest target for cheats?

  • Gun Crazy

    With liberalized gun laws, casinos need to be more diligent in detecting weapons.