Zitro USA will showcase its new products for the first time at the upcoming Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, hosted by the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA). The event will take place on April 19-22 at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, California.
The event is one of the largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino executives in North America, and it is held during a period of growth in many tribal jurisdictions. Zitro USA said it is set to translate its strong performance in the Florida, California and Oklahoma markets to additional markets throughout the United States.
During the NIGA show, the company will present at booth 328 a combination of games and cabinets that will appeal to players and operators in tribal markets. The new GLARE line of cabinets includes Altius Glare, Illusion Glare, Allure Glare and Fusion Glare, four unique form factors with their own exclusive game titles and themed features.
Altius Glare will feature Wheel of Legends – a four level – Multigame Progressive Link. Also on display will be the company’s world-renowned and iconic slot games, Link King and Link Me, displayed on the Fusion Glare cabinet, and the award-winning 88 Link, along with Far West and Mei Shi Mei Ke displayed on the Allure Glare cabinet. The Illusion Glare cabinet will showcase the popular Bashiba Link and Double Link. These world-class video slots come packed with unique game features and bonuses, designed to enhance player engagement and casino operation efficiency.
“Zitro is thrilled to be attending this year’s NIGA show at a time of tremendous growth in the US gaming industry”, said Derik Mooberry, CEO of Zitro USA. “This will be the perfect occasion to reunite with everyone at NIGA, and to strengthen relationships with key partners as we continue to grow in the tribal gaming market. We are confident our spectacular new Class III products will satisfy the many preferences of players and operators in tribal casinos”.
In a recent interview with Yogonet, Mooberry, who was appointed in the role in February, will be "expanding rapidly throughout 2022 into other additional states, primarily focused on the tribal gaming markets, which emphasizes the importance of the NIGA trade show for us."