Caliente Group in partnership with Euro Games Technology has inaugurated its first gambling lounge in Latin America. The gambling lounge is located in its Hipódromo de Agua Caliente casino in Tijuana, Mexico. The specially created zone includes 33 slot cabinets and multiplayer terminals of EGT.

The lounge is provided with some best-performing product solutions, like the Super Premier model, the P-27/27 St Slim and P-24/24 Up slot cabinets with the top popular Lady’s Cards jackpot, and the P-27/32H St, equipped with the Asian-themed 5-level progressive Cai Shen Kingdom jackpot. The next-generation S32 HD multiplayer terminal has also taken central stage for its roulette and slot titles, modern design and high-resolution displays.

“We are pleased to announce the start of this one-of-a-kind project in Latin America together with Euro Games Technology – our strategic partner for the region,” shared Mr. Hernandez, general director of Grupo Caliente.

“We have developed strong and fruitful business relationships and usually our mutual undertakings exceed the expectations. This is why after this lounge we are ready to open 4 more, dedicated again to EGT’s machines and fans, in our gaming establishments,” he added.

Nadia Popova, director of EGT Central America, the Caribbean and Mexico, said: “It is a great honor that so high-esteemed operator as Caliente has chosen our products to embark on that exciting venture. Mexico is an important market for us and I am confident that the project is a step ahead in our recognition as one of the major local gaming providers in the country. I am looking forward to the opening of the next larger lounge in Mexicali in May.”

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