nterblock landed in Argentina in 2019, and with the right foot: in January, it brought two stadiums to Melincué Casino & Resort and Casino Santa Fe, both in the province of Santa Fé. These casinos are owned by the Argentine-Spanish company Boldt-Peralada. As reported by Interblock, dice is the favorite electronic game at Casino Melincue.
Interblock’s stadium includes four electronic table games: blackjack, baccarat, roulette and dice. All of the play stations have 27” monitors, and each player can choose their favorite game. "We are getting impressive results: 35% of the total revenue produced by the four games is generated by dice. We knew Melincué players preferred dice, but we did not expect those numbers," José Salinas, Sales Manager for Interblock South America told Yogonet.
He says this outcome can be explained by two main reasons: first, when the live tables are closed, Interblock’s play stations become the players’ favorite choice and also there’s a percentage of the public that is reluctant to play in traditional tables “Many people feel a certain constraint, so that is group we are trying to reach out. The single play station is a good option for those players because they do not feel self-conscious. It serves as the first step towards live games," the executive explained.
Salinas also believes craps will gain popularity in Argentina. "We are moving forward with this game. Moreover, we believe the future lies on stadiums and Interblock has an innovative and distinguished product to offer within that segment," he concluded.
The product is a hallmark within the gaming industry. The future is here thanks to STADIUM Interblock," Casino Melincué stated. "Interblock gaming offering stands out on our gaming floor"