GTECH’s King Kong Cash Wide Area Progressive (WAP) game, which gives players the opportunity to win life-changing prizes, has been launched across Peru.
Linking existing King Kong Cash machines throughout the country, the King Kong Cash WAP is available in Peru exclusively at 11 Carolina Consortium casino halls, including Fargo and Money Money halls. Offered on the e-motion cabinet, King Kong Cash provides great comfort with its award-winning ergonomic design.
Yesenia Sánchez Fernandez, Nationwide Operations Manager of casino halls for Carolina Consortium, said, “The idea of integrating a progressive with several machines across different casino floors generates excitement among players. A widely recognized LAP (Local Area Progressive) such as King Kong Cash, provided by a reputable company such as GTECH, is the ideal title for a successful Wide Area Progressive.”
The installation of the WAP in Peru was coordinated with GTECH´s commercial partner Expert Games S.A. Expert Games General Director José Miguel Chueca said, “We are very excited about this new GTECH WAP product. King Kong Cash is a game with a long history in the country, which still remains a player favourite. Now, with its WAP functionality and higher-value wins, player expectations have increased. This project combines GTECH´s experience in the development of successful products with the quality of the Fargo and Money Money halls and our managerial skills. We expect huge success for this WAP.”
GTECH´s proven success and experience in installing WAP progressives worldwide ensures reliable operation as well as excellent product support for this WAP, said Jessica Luna, GTECH Sales Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, and added: “It´s very gratifying for GTECH to put King Kong Cash WAP in all the major cities of Peru through a strategic operator such as Carolina Consortium, with its well-positioned halls such as Money Money and Fargo. We are proud to offer Peruvian players a WAP with state-of-the-art technology that has operated with ongoing success in other regional markets, such as Panama, Chile and Uruguay.”