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Zitro rolls out its 88 Link progressive multi-game at Cirsa's casinos in Valencia and Marbella


Gaming provider Zitro announced Wednesday its 88 Link progressive multi-game has arrived at Cirsa‘s casinos in Valencia and Marbella, with a series of features that ensure it is “a safe bet in any casino.” These include high-definition graphics, a “state-of-the-art” sound system and the Multiway game mechanics, which make 88 Link an “immersive” gaming experience.

88 Link is featured on the ultra-slim Allure Glare cabinet with 3×27” Full HD monitors, along with the “SynchroScreen” feature, which synchronizes each of the upper screens, creating what Zitro calls “a stunning visual spectacle.”

Raúl Calvo, Product Manager, Cirsa stated: “Our casinos in Valencia and Marbella have a wide leisure offer, in which we are committed to offering the most successful products, such as 88 Link from Zitro, which has been very well received. 88 Link looks fantastic in our casino, and we have no doubt that its performance will delight our clientele.”

Jaime Aníbal, Zitro’s Spain Director of Casinos, added: “We are very grateful to Cirsa for adding a high-end product to its gaming offering. Since its launch, 88 Link has grown to become a player favorite, and we are confident that it will be as successful in Cirsa casinos as it is being in many casinos around the world.”

Zitro also recently announced the installation of the company’s 88 Link games in the Casino Atlantic City, located in Lima’s district of Miraflores, PeruThe deployment expands the company’s footprint in the country and the LatAm region.

It was released with two multi-game themes: Lucky Charms and Wild Duel. Both are ‘five-reel and 243-ways-to-win slot games, featuring a five-level mystery jackpot enabled by the Allure form-factor,’ the business explained.

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