Casino de Barcelona is the first in Spain to welcome Euro Games Technology’s flagman – the P-24/24 Up cabinet from Premier Series. This is how one of the most prestigious casinos in the country found only natural to broaden its players’ choice, adding the widely renowned slot model to its floor. The installation is of 6 machines with Multi-3 game mix of 39 different themed titles, including 3 video poker games. In case it is in line with investor’s expectations, it may lead to the delivery of more expanded range of EGT’s products.
“Although it is too early to give an assessment of cabinet’s performance, it is so far promising. Expectedly, P-24/24 Up was well received by our customers, its games being perceived as affordable and attractive,” shared Eduardo Cuenca, Deputy Gaming Director of Casino de Barcelona and added, “As major casino operator we opted for P-24/24 Up because we wanted to diversify our gaming offerings and found EGT to be a good option for us. Furthermore, our group has worked with the company before and was pleased with the provided services and products.”
Casino de Barcelona is situated next to the Catalonian Marina – the port of Barcelona. A vast choice of games – slot, roulette, blackjack, poker, and many more are at the disposal of casino’s patrons within its spacious two-floor surrounding. The establishment is held by Group Peralada, a Catalonian based family business, which gaming activity is developed in several countries and includes three casinos in Spain.
“Our partnership with Group Peralada began in 2013 when they chose Euro Games Technology’s Vega Vision+ cabinets for their Casino Melincue in Argentina. Now we are pleased to present together in Spain one of EGT’s most successful products - P-24/24 Up. I am confident that its carefully considered design and game mix with high resolution graphics will appeal to the local slot aficionados to the greatest extend,“ commented Gergana Yaneva, Director of EGT Spain.
Euro Games Technology is about to widen its product offerings for the region in June, when is expected to homologate its Multi-4 game mix and the Egypt Quest progressive jackpot system. Furthermore, the company plans on adapting its machines to the Spanish market specifics, aiming to turn them into local players’ favourites.