NOVOMATIC’s latest supply of gaming machines is now available at Club Hotel Casino Loutraki in Greece. The casino’s current offering comprises 696 slots and 40 Roulette ETGs including 12 Linked Progressives.
A new bank of ten PANTHERA 2.27 machines featuring the THUNDER CASH Link enhances the casino’s jackpot offer with a Linked Progressive across the titles Emperor’s China, The Great Conqueror, and Empress of the Pyramids, presented in NOVOMATIC’s best-selling multi-screen upright cabinet and with high-visibility jackpot signage.
Another broad bank of V.I.P. Lounge 2.32 machines featuring the Impera-Line HD Edition 6 multi-game mix with 56 titles, including classics, fruit games, and proprietary Impera games. To complete the installation, 14 NOVOSTAR SL 2.24 cabinets comprise a third new machine bank featuring Premium-V+ Gaminator editions 5, 6, and 7.
All machines have been arranged so as to comply in the best way possible with the current COVID-19 safeguarding protocols, and the installation was completed in "record time", according to the supplier.
Kenan Bajram, Sales Manager NOVOMATIC Global Sales, said: “During the peak holiday season, we managed to produce, deliver and install 34 machines exactly according to customer specifications in just under six weeks. I am very happy that we were able to keep our promise within this tight schedule. We are now leaving a great footprint on the Greek market, is a renowned casino and with an excellent selection of our latest products. I would like to thank the team at Casino Loutraki for their support and great teamwork.”
Sokratis Charitatos, General Manager and Director of Casino Operations Casino Loutraki, commented: “We actually didn’t think that this installation would be completed in such an extremely short time. Yet NOVOMATIC kept their word and proved to be an exceptionally good partner: All our wishes have been fulfilled, and the first weeks of operation prove that our players love the new games. Based on this experience, we will certainly extend our NOVOMATIC offer in the near future.”