EGT Peru has announced a large-scale agreement for the sale and installation of more than 300 Premier Series cabinets equipped with Collection Series multigames with one of the "key local players."
The Peruvian office of the Bulgarian manufacturer confirmed the agreement on Thursday, after closing a similar deal in March with another major casino operator in Peru. The company also stated that the cabinets are already available to visitors of the operator's gaming establishments throughout the country.
Mario Trayanski, director of the office in Peru, said: "We are delighted with this new collaboration with our long-term partner. We really appreciate the fact that they chose to trust us once again in the conditions of economic difficulties and not very stable market."
Mario Trayanski, director of the office in Peru
"I’m confident that we will live up to their high expectations and will handle the challenge the way we have done it for the past four years since we have been working together," Trayanski added. "EGT's gaming solutions have proven many times that they perfectly meet the domestic market’s needs and requirements."
He assured that this is the reason they "quickly found the niche they belong, having demonstrated their stability both in terms of high technology and consistency in the results they showed."
Trayanski highlighted that he expected investments in the Peruvian market, which, according to him, is witnessing a steady growth trend after the COVID pandemic, thus gaining momentum. Furthermore, he added that the technological competition that has taken place in recent years is already having an impact, and as a result, the new slot machines are replacing the old ones, which still represent nearly 40% of the market.
"As one of the leading manufacturers of gaming equipment on a worldwide level, EGT is ready to meet the future needs with its innovative developments, the extremely competitive delivery times it offers, and the diligent and devoted team of our local office, thanks to which all these successes are possible," the director of the Peruvian office concluded.