Mascot signs deal with Cogit Group to use Zitro games

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Mascot SFM has signed a deal with the Gogit Group to use Zitro machines at its casinos in Biscarosse, Mimizan, Saint Gilles, Lacanau, Cherbourg and Le Gosier (Guadeloupe-Caribe). In effect, this will lead to the exclusive launch of Zitro’s video-bingos into the Metropolitan French market. Mascot casinos will be first ones to install the hugely popular Link King, the progressive multigame with panoramic screen, in these parts.

Bruno Gendrot, Cogit Group director, said: “Video-bingo games are an original and innovative concept that was previously unknown in the French market. We at Cogit believe that there is a clientele who can find excitement and entertainment in video-bingo, and for this reason we felt that Zitro, as a video-bingo specialist, is our best bet to help us prove that our expectations are well-founded.”

Mascot SFM director, Philippe Boulay, also expressed his endorsement for Cogit Group’s firm support of Zitro products, adding that “only Zitro has been able to create an impressive product range for the French market in a surprisingly short period of time, proving their commitment to the French casino industry.”

Nadège Teyssedre, EMEA Regional Director, added: “We at Zitro are tremendously grateful to the Cogit Group and to our distributor Mascto SFM for the trust they have placed in Zitro and for giving us the opportunity to prove the high performance of our products at the establishments of the prestigious Cogit Group. We will work together with Mascot to turn this trust into a success, and ensure that Zitro gains a firm foothold in the French market.”

Source: European Gaming Industry News

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