EGT supplies Monaco’s casinos

24 Jan 2017

EGT EGT seems to have leveled up their cooperation with Monaco’s casinos, since just a few days ago they installed 42 slot machines and 24 multiplayer gaming stations in Café de Paris and Sun Casino Euro Games Technology. Both those casinos are among the most popular and prestigious in the country and just a year before EGT installed at these two another 18 slot machines. The instalment of slot machines and gaming stations is making EGT a grand gaming supplier and a key role player in the domestic entertainment industry.

Borislav Prokopiev, who is the regional sales manager of EGT for France, Monaco and Belgium, commented on the new instalment of gaming machines on these two casinos: «Our company is gaining speed in the country and I am delighted to work on projects for Sun Casino and Café de Paris. With this large-scale installation our brand becomes popular in high class gaming establishments and I thank to SBM’s management team for choosing us as their main supplier and for believing in our mutual success in future».

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