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Zitro Expands in France, Argentina

Zitro Expands in France, Argentina

Slot supplier Zitro announced that the Barrière Group has installed the multi-game units Link King and Link Me in the group’s eight casino properties in France.

Link King, which was popular among players at the casinos of Enghien, Deauville, Cap d’Agde, Toulouse and Blotzheim, is now succeeding at the casinos of Lille, Biarritz, and Ribeauvillé. Following the first performance of Link King, the casinos of Toulouse and Blotzheim have also added Zitro’s Link Me as an innovative proposal to their gaming offering.

Each of the multi-game offerings, presented on the cutting-edge Fusion cabinet, includes four game titles with two progressive jackpots, a two-level bonus and the popular Bonus Link game feature.

In a separate release, the company 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 in Argentina.

The 100 cabinets installed incude an extensive library of Zitro’s most emblematic games, such as Link King, Link Me, Link Shock and 5 To Win, installed in the Fusion cabinet, along with 88 Link Wild Duels, 88 Link Lucky Charms and Bashiba, displayed in the Allure and Illusion form factors, respectively.

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