OrtiZone – biggest hit at the London show

Ortiz Interactive draws interest from international casino operators at ICE

ICE 2017 has been a big milestone for Ortiz Interactive.

United Kingdom 
| 17/02/2017

Ortiz Interactive, the fastest growing division of the multinational gaming company, attracted global attention for its leading video bingo products at last week’s ICE Totally Gaming in London.

With products on display for every gaming market, one of the biggest hits at the show was Ortiz Interactive’s OrtiZone, a turnkey gaming solution, using state of the art technology to transform any space into a gaming zone. OrtiZone integrates Ortiz games (iContent) and a POS system in a single local server. New upgrades to the platform make the product virtually customizable for any operator. 

“Ortiz Gaming has truly created products which are relevant to the industry’s needs,” stated Maurilio Silva, president of Ortiz Gaming. “We left ICE this year with a record-setting amount of deals, installations, and integrations scheduled for the upcoming months; proof of our hard work and dedication to our trade,” Silva concluded.
Additional Ortiz Interactive products that garnered much consideration were the O-Platform, a turnkey Online Gaming Platform, and an expanded iContent library with new games in multiple languages and currencies for the global interactive market. But one of the big surprise attention grabbers was Bingotronic, the Ortiz Gaming Bingo Hall lounge, this product received inquiries from land-base and “live” interactive gaming operators alike for its multi-location functionalities and jackpot and tournament set ups.
“ICE 2017 has been such a big milestone for Ortiz Interactive,” added Silva, “we anticipate what the rest of the year will bring.”


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