Gaming industry provider Zitro has successfully held its Zitro Experience Mexico event, gathering the country’s gaming industry on June 9. The meeting, described as full of surprises, allowed the company to present some of its latest products to attendees.
Among the novelties showcased were a hundred machines of the GLARE family, with its most innovative creations of video bingo and video slot, in addition to its MEGASHARE Lounge. All of this was presented “for the first time” to the Mexican market, the company explains.
“Zitro surpasses itself with each new launch, and this was confirmed by the guests at the Zitro Experience,” a post-event press release says. Zitro founder Johnny Ortiz Viveiros thanked their attendance and remarked on the success of the event.
“I feel very fortunate to have met with our customers and friends at our Zitro Experience event this year,” Viveiros stated. “It has been a meeting in which we have shared with all of them special moments and in which we have demonstrated, once again, our commitment to make Zitro a global leader in the Gaming industry.”
The event, held in Mexico City, was announced earlier this month and was carried out in an effort to reaffirm the company’s “commitment to the region.” At the time, Viveiros said Mexico would “always” be a key market for the company and stated his intentions of reuniting with company partners, as well as sharing Zitro’s new content coming to market.
“Zitro Experience Mexico has reaffirmed itself as an unmissable annual event that has already become a reference in Mexico, bringing together the country’s most important gaming operators around incredible products, good food and the best music,” the company has now said in a new statement.
The event followed a series of installations in Mexico unveiled these past few weeks, including deals with Caliente Casino and Foliatti Casinos. It also took place a few days ahead of the upcoming edition of Peru Gaming Show (PGS), to be held June 15-16. In an exclusive interview with Yogonet, Zitro’s CEO Sebastián Salat anticipated that even though the company won’t participate as an exhibitor at that expo, the business will host a private event the day before the tradeshow.
“We thought it would be a good idea to hold a private event on June 14 to present our GLARE product line to our Peruvian customers, as we did a few months ago in Argentina,” he told Yogonet. “We presented so many new products this year, both in terms of cabinets and games, that we needed more time to show them to our customers, which is always difficult in an event shared with other suppliers, and therefore we opted for this formula.”