Wider Choice, Bigger Success

Zitro will present a world-premiere multitude of games at G2E 2019, as well as two new cabinets from its Bryke Video Slots product line.

Allure will make its debut in Las Vegas. This notable cabinet includes three 27-inch full HD screens, a state-of-the-art SmartDeck digital button panel and a powerful multimedia system integrated by superior monitors that create an incredible immersive experience.

Allure will launch with three sensational new games: 88 Link Lucky Charms and 88 Link Wild Duels both combine, for the first time ever, the proven “243 Ways” game mechanism with an impressive Link Bonus by Bryke. Zitro also will present 88 Link Shock, which includes the mystery prize Link Shock.

Illusion, another new cabinet premiering at G2E, incorporates an impressive 43-inch Ultra HD curved monitor and a 21.5-inch digital topper, plus the SmartDeck digital button panel. Illusion will launch with Bashiba Link, an exciting multi-game that combines a Link Bonus with the 243 Ways math model.

Fusion is Zitro’s well-known cabinet, featuring the global No. 1 games Link King, Link Me and Link Shock. G2E visitors will be able to see these international stars of the Bryke brand, now with more available games and a huge library of individual multi-games and LAP products—including brands such as Pick & Win 24, Smart Spins, Hit Me Up!, Link Shock, Blazing Pearls, Guns & Gold, 88 and 88 Shock.

As the world leader in video bingo, Zitro continues to innovate with the new Energy King, a bank that combines games with 3×4 and 3×5 cartons with an exciting bonus link, plus the latest promotional systems, Zitro Horse Race and Dino Ding Pot.

For more information, visit Zitro at G2E Booth 4447.

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