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Zitro Debuts Games in Florida

Zitro has debuted its new Allure range of games in the United States at the Casino at Dania Beach (l.) in Florida, with games including the “Bonus Link” system.

Zitro Debuts Games in Florida

Electronic bingo supplier Zitro announced that it has debuted its Allure range of games in the U.S. at the Casino at Dania Beach in Florida. Initial games include two games in the “88 Link” series—88 Link Lucky Charms and 88 Link Wild Duels.

The 88 Link games feature a 243-ways-to-win format combined with the Bonus Link progressive system. They join banks of Zitro machines in the Link King series already at the casino.

The Allure cabinet is composed of three 27-inch Full HD displays. The upper screens can act simultaneously in certain phases of the game thanks to the “SynchroScreens” functionality, creating a spectacular effect of transversal graphics that are displayed on all machines in the bank.

Allure also offers an attractive, ergonomic and comfortable design and, as it is common with Zitro machines, it requires less casino space than competing products, according to the company.

“The Allure machines look spectacular in the Casino at Dania Beach, and together with the new 88 Link games have been welcomed by our players with great enthusiasm,” said Arnaldo Suarez, general manager of the Casino at Dania Beach. “Without a doubt, Zitro products add great variety and value to our magnificent slot room.”

“We are very happy about this first installation of Allure/88 Link in the U.S., and we want to thank the Casino at Dania Beach for this opportunity and the trust they have placed, once again, in us,” said Zitro CEO Sebastián Salat.

“From now on, Dania Beach customers will have not only Link King, but also 88 Link, to enjoy the emotions and fun that Zitro products offer. We continue, with firm steps, executing our international expansion strategy, providing operators with highly profitable products to contribute to the recovery of their businesses, after a year of many difficulties for the entire industry.”