Win Systems expands with new Miami and Buenos Aires offices

December 5, 2023
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The company sees both the US and Latin America as key markets for future growth.

Win Systems has opened two new offices in Miami, Florida and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, the company views these new office locations as growth into two key markets, the US and Latin America.

The company provides casino management and lottery system services, as well as server-based gaming machines and video lottery terminals to countries around the world. Win Systems’ other offices are located in: Sežana, Slovenia; Mexico City, Mexico and Lima, Peru.

The new Miami-Dade office is specifically located in the Doral area and includes a logistics hub, focusing on enhancing Win Systems’ efficiency in operations. The Buenos Aires office is positioned with the aim of collaborating with and supporting other nearby countries to develop business relationships.

This year, Win Systems’ WIGOS casino management system was installed in the Dominican Republic at two casinos, as well as within the ninth casino resort owned by the Chickasaw Nation. It has been installed within 400 casinos in 25 countries.

Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, said of the new office openings, “Our growth in the USA, LatAm and the rest of the world motivates us to raise the stakes and take new steps forward. This new stage, which includes the opening of offices in Buenos Aires and Miami, represents an essential milestone, as it brings us even closer to our customers and their needs.

“Undoubtedly, we will continue working hard to provide technological solutions to the gaming industry in these regions as in the rest of the world."


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