Focus on new GLARE cabinet line

Zitro’s Class III products debut at Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention

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Zitro exhibited for the first time its Class III products at the Indian Gaming Association's Tradeshow & Convention, which was held last week in Anaheim, California.

"NIGA was the perfect opportunity for Zitro to reaffirm its commitment to the tribal gaming industry, and we are excited to have showcased our most compelling product portfolio to date", commented Derik Moorberry, CEO of Zitro USA. "Our latest launch is part of the development of product innovation for tribal operators looking to maximize player engagements, and we are truly humbled by the trust and acceptance our new products have received".

During the show, the company highlighted the GLARE cabinet line: Altius Glare, Illusion Glare, Allure Glare, and Fusion Glare, and the new multi-game, Wheel of Legends featured on the premium Altius Glare cabinet.

This exhibition also included the award-winning 88 Link, along with Far West and Mei Shi Mei Ke, showcased on the Allure Glare cabinet, and the world-renowned and iconic Link King and Link Me slot games, which were showcased on the Fusion Glare cabinet.

Other premium series presented at the event were Bashiba Link and Double Link, displayed on the Illusion Glare cabinet. These world-class slots games come packed with unique game features, exciting bonus rounds, and state-of-the-art graphics designed to engage players,” the company stated.

"Zitro is proud to have been part of the largest gathering of tribal leaders in North America at an exciting period of growth in many tribal jurisdictions. Our latest products showcase at NIGA has demonstrated our commitment to delivering high-class products that add value to the tribal gaming market and drive profitability," Mooberry added.

"Our strong game portfolio offers tribal operators a wide diversity of titles with new game mechanics that meet current player demands. We are confident our innovative product line will further strengthen our position within the tribal gaming community", he concluded.

During the event, the Indian Gaming Association officially removed the word "National" from its previous name to avoid the “NIGA” acronym.

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