Zitro expands into Colombia with Vicca Group partnership

May 16, 2023
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The supplier aims to increase its presence within Colombia and Latin America as a whole.

Zitro Games, global video bingo and video slot developer, has continued to grow its presence in Colombia with a partnership that will add new game titles to Vicca Group Casinos. The company also announced a partnership with Sportium Colombia earlier this month.

Enrique Amorocho, National Marketing Director at Vicca Group, said, “We are committed to providing our clients with exceptional gaming experiences.

"With Zitro, we know we can offer players an outstanding product range, as innovation is what differentiates Zitro’s games. We are excited to expand our offering with their titles and further strengthen our partnership.”

Vicca Group online casinos offer blackjack, roulette, baccarat, poker and slots, in parts of Colombia ranging between Bogotá, Pereira, Barranquilla Ibagué and Santa Marta.

Slots such as 88 Link, Bashiba Link and Wheel of Legends, will now be available with Luckia, Zamba Pereira, Zamba Salitre, Zamba Plaza del Parque, Zamba Unicentro and Ipanema Portal 80. The agreement is part of Zitro’s aim to continue expanding its presence in both Latin America and virtual casinos.

Zitro also recently opened a new office in Buenos Aires, Argentina last month as part of its Latin American expansion. The office is led by Zitro’s newly appointed Regional Director for Latin America, Alejandra Burato, as well as Technical Manager, Dario Snaidero.

Burato said, “Our partnership with Vicca Group has been a key factor in our success in Colombia, and we feel grateful for their continued support.

"It makes us proud to see how their clientele has embraced our latest additions with such enthusiasm, and are grateful for the opportunity to keep bringing our proven performers to their casino floors”.


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