Zitro opens new office in Buenos Aires, Argentina

April 25, 2023
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The games developer expands in Latin America under new Regional LatAM Manger, Alejandra Burato.

Zitro, developer and provider of both land-based and digital casino games, has shown growth in Latin America with the opening of an office in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Zitro refers to the new office as a “strategic step towards further expansion in the region.”

The company says the new office, in an “ideal location,” will “better serve” customers in both Argentina and Latin America as a whole. Zitro departments including sales, logistics, operations, order management and technical support will be under one roof, along with additional space for a laboratory, warehouse and client showroom containing Zitro games.

Alejandra Burato has been appointed as Zitro’s new LatAm Regional Manager; Technical Manager, Dario Snaidero, will also continue to lead the LatAm team.

Burato said, “Each member of our team brings their unique background, skills and knowledge to the table, and together, we work collaboratively to help casino operators optimize their businesses.”

Sebastian Salat, Zitro’s International President, added, “We have seen significant growth in the scale and operation of our business over the past years, which has naturally led to the opening of a new office.

“This new location will allow us to meet the rising demands of our customers in the region, while maintaining the highest standards of service. We are excited for this new chapter in our growth and expansion in Latin America, and we look forward to receiving new and existing customers in our new office.”

Last month, Zitro announced a US expansion as well, via a partnership with KGM, which will distribute its games to Connecticut, Ohio and New York.

Zitro USA CEO, Derik Mooberry, will also feature in Gaming Americas upcoming May/June issue.


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