Gaming provider Zitro announced the installation of the company’s 88 Link games in the Casino Atlantic City, located in Lima’s district of Miraflores, Peru. The deployment expands the company’s footprint in the country and the LatAm region.
In a press release, Zitro announced that 88 Link was launched 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.
According to the company, the games are “known for their remarkable success in land-based markets,” and they “have not only met but exceeded the expectations of players worldwide.” Zitro now seeks to extend this favorable reception to Peru.
Alejandra Burato, Zitro’s Regional Director for Latin America, said: “We are convinced that these top-performing game titles will also meet the many preferences of players of this renowned casino, and we are confident that it will be an added catalyst for our continued growth in the Peruvian market”.
“It is a pleasure to partner with Atlantic City and bring our proven performance games to this iconic casino venue. Our titles will undoubtedly add value and are sure to increase player engagement and profitability. We are convinced of the enormous benefits of this partnership for both parties,” she added.
Victor Cardoso, Chief Operating Officer of Atlantic City Casino expressed his enthusiasm about including Zitro’s products in their game portfolio: “We are thrilled to have entered this long-lasting business relationship with such a strong partner as Zitro, and we can’t wait to see how our players respond to these new additions. This collaboration paves the way for new slot titles to be added soon,” he commented.
Zitro presented in Lima, Peru, its new GLARE Cabinet line in an exclusive event last month, held on June 14. Customers where introduced to the product portfolio of the company for the Peruvian market, accompanied by a gourmet dining experience designed by the renowned chef Hector Solis.