EGT is one of the biggest slot suppliers in North Cyprus

Feb 01, 2016

Euro Games Technology delivered 50 slot cabinets to the recently renovated Nicosia Casino in North Cyprus. The casino is the newest gaming establishment of Merit International Hotels & Resorts - an established business partner of EGT. Just half a year ago the operator received by the company about 100 machines mainly from the Premier, Vega Vision+ Series and the Egypt Quest jackpot system. Their enthusiastic acceptance from the players on the island, was undeniably a recommendation to EGT. According Mr. Nuh Yondem, slot director of the Merit Group, the Premier products achieved the highest results and turned into the most preferred slot cabinets in their casinos.

Especially for Nicosia Casino the machines are with the Premier Multi-4 and Multi-5 multigames with 45 titles each. In addition, the majority of them are connected to the mystery progressive jackpot Lady’s Cards. The jackpot system Egypt Quest is also present with 12 cabinets, after having awakened the adventurous spirit of a multitude of players in North Cyprus.

“It is not only the high performance of our products that differs us from the competition,” commented Mario Trayanski, regional sales manager of EGT for the Balkans. “The operator was also pleasantly surprised by our short delivery time and by the way EGT is satisfying its customers’ requirements as a whole. If we take also into consideration that after installing our machines the number of visitors and their gaming activity in the Merit casinos have grown, it is not surprising that we have become one of the leading suppliers of slot cabinets on the island.”

In fact Euro Games Technology had a remarkable success in North Cyprus in 2015, reaching the high market share of 10%. So far the company has delivered over 400 machines to different casinos and their results are on top in most of the gaming establishments. This achievement ensured new contracts for future installations to EGT that are to be completed during the first trimester of 2016.

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