Zitro continues to expand its presence throughout California, partnering with key operators in the tribal gaming market, including Pechanga, Viejas, Valley View, and Pala casinos in Southern California and Red Hawk Casino, which is the company’s first install in Northern California.
Due to the great success that the 88 Link games are currently enjoying in the U.S. market, these distinguished casino operators did not hesitate to include the award-winning multi-game in their gaming offerings. “We are convinced that our 88 Link games, will offer a next-level gaming experience to our partners’ clientele, and are confident that it will be an added catalyst for our continued growth in key tribal markets”, commented Derik Mooberry, CEO of Zitro USA.
88 Link is a multi-game progressive link displayed on the ultra-slim Allure cabinet with 3×27” Full HD monitors, along with “SynchroScreen” features, which synchronizes each of the upper screens, creating a stunning visual spectacle. With five levels of progressives, and the popular “Link UP” feature combined with the Multiway game mechanics; this proven-performance multi-game raises the excitement level for a truly immersive game-play experience!
Derik Mooberry, CEO of Zitro USA added: “We are incredibly excited to continue with our expansion plans, as it represents another important milestone in our efforts to become a leading casino supplier in North America.As part of our market expansion, and in order to provide direct support to our partners, we have also opened a new regional office in Temecula, with the goal of providing world-class service to all our customers. We are also tremendously grateful for our successful partnership with Pechanga, Viejas, Valley View, Pala, and Red Hawk casinos, and for their long-term trust. This has been a great opportunity to demonstrate the incredible performance of our award-winning 88 Link games, and we are convinced that it will appeal to players in California tribal casinos, as well as enhance revenue growth and profitability”.
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