Zitro Digital goes live in Peru following license approval

March 21, 2024
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Peru's Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism has authorized Zitro Digital for distribution in the LatAm market.

Zitro Digital – the online gaming division of supplier Zitro – has broken into the Peruvian market following the confirmation of authorization form Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR).  

Now a licensed online slot supplier in the region, Zitro Digital will offer its collection of online slots to bettors in Peru, through a range of licensed online casinos. With a national population of 34.6 million, Zitro Digital will be hoping that titles including Epic Kingdom, Mighty Hammer, Bashiba Link, 88 Link, Link King and Link Me will resonate with this new market.

Zitro Digital COO Jose Javier Marti said, “Peru represents a strategic market for Zitro’s continued growth, and we are eager to expand our presence into this newly regulated jurisdiction. We are proud to be recognized as a trusted online slot supplier by MINCETUR and look forward to collaborating with Peruvian Operators to introduce our online portfolio, including our gamification tools to their players.

"These tools will not only provide operators with extensive possibilities for their marketing efforts but also enable them to stand out and add uniqueness to their brands. Zitro Digital doesn’t just limit itself to making excellent games available to the operator, we accompany them so that Zitro games are presented to the player in the most engaging way possible.” 

Recently, Zitro has maneuvered additional expansion in the LatAm market. In December, it launched its first Wide Area Progressive in Panama – which allowed its video slot machines to be interconnected in an expansive common jackpot.

After installing slots in 16 different casinos in Panama, it will be looking to impose a similar influence in the Peruvian Market.


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