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Macedonia – Casino Princess takes EGT slot quota to 320

By - 6 January 2016

The prestigious Casino Princess in Gevgelija, Macedonia, is relying more and more on Euro Games Technology’s products, adding another 200 EGT slots to its existing 120 from the Bulgarian-based slot manufacturer.

The order includes the slant top model P-27/27 St Slim with its two 27-inch monitors, the latest multi-game mix Premier Multi-6, the jackpot systems Diamond Life and Egypt Quest and the flagship from Premier series – P-24/24 Up. This have been added to the existing EGT high performers on the gaming floor of Princess Casino, which include Vega Vision Up, Vega Vision St, Vega Vision+ St, Premier, Cat 4 Cash, Egypt Quest and the automated roulette Vega R8.

Dobriyan Spirov, Regional Manager of EGT for Macedonia, said: “The latest installed cabinets from our Premier series have been connected to our four level mystery jackpot system; Lady’s Cards, and have immediately attracted enormous attention. During their first days in action I was pleasantly surprised to see for myself how every one of the 176 machines were occupied most of the time. It was the same with our Diamond Life mystery jackpot system. For the cabinets with the new game mix Premier Multi-6, players were even waiting for a free seat.”

The high results achieved in Gevgelija have strengthened the partnership between Euro Games Technology and the Princess international casino chain even further, which began many years ago.
The success of the installation in Casino Princess in Gevgelija is also a step forward in EGT Macedonia’s further growth. “Our sales for the year saw a leap of 250 per cent in comparison to 2014, without taking into account the number of VLT machines that we’ve supplied all over the country. We aim to continually attract new customers with our rental services. The positive remarks we receive from operators and players are fundamental for our market development expectations for 2016,” concluded Mr. Spirov.

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