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Vivo Gaming Ready To Upgrade Princess Group’s Casino

Vivo Gaming has signed a partnership deal with Prince Group International. Their task is to provide Princes Casino in Ramada Plaza Gevgelija (North Macedonia) with a new solution that will cover live-stream events from that establishment 24/7.

Chief Commercial Officer at Vivo, Yuval Shochat said:

“We are delighted to work with Princess Group International who is a global leader in the land-based casino industry. They are a great addition to the Vivo family of partners and this opportunity will increase their client retention and revenue, build trust with the gaming community and offer high-quality entertainment to players worldwide.”

The casino is located in the Balkan state and has 515 slot machines, 4 roulette electronic chances, 8 tables for Texas Hold’em and 24 tables for live gaming. Also, there is a VIP area. This only one of the company’s 36 casinos that operate worldwide. Princess International Group has spread all over the world, from Trinidad, Suriname, Guatemala to Europe, especially Balkan countries.

Vivo Gaming is a good match for this company. With their 15yrs of experience and sophisticated software, they will no doubt provide Princess Group with various benefits for years to come.

Source: https://lcb.org/news/vivo-gaming-teams-up-with-princess-int-casinos-to-deliver-vivo-land-based-solution

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