EGT Installs Gaming Equipment at Grand Palace Casino in Cameroon

New Ultra-Modern Grand Palace Casino in Cameroon Equipped with EGT Gaming Products

EGT, the Bulgarian gaming equipment manufacturer, has completed a major installation in Cameroon. The highly-anticipated Grand Palace Casino in Douala city officially opened its doors in October and is now fully supplied with gaming equipment from EGT.

CEO of EGT Tanzania, Lilia Georgieva, expressed her excitement about the project, stating, “We are thrilled to have finally realized this long-awaited project. We are honored that Gaming IQ has placed their trust in us, and we believe this is just the beginning of a long-term and successful partnership that will provide African players with high-quality gaming products and exceptional service.”

The casino boasts 60 slot cabinets featuring a variety of EGT models, including the G 27-27 St, G 32-32 VIP, P 24-24 Up, P 42V St Curved, and Vega Vision. These cabinets offer a range of popular games from the Premier and Collection Series multigames, as well as the Premium Link and Lady’s Cards jackpots. Additionally, the casino introduces the best-selling Bell Link and the General Series mixes, which are making their debut in the country. Visitors can also try their luck with the Premier Automated Roulette, equipped with Jackpot Cards.

EGT’s casino management system, Spider, is also making its debut at the Grand Palace Casino. The system assists in the efficient management of daily activities at the gaming establishment.

Gaming IQ representatives, Terry Smith and Delcho Petrov, expressed their pride in launching the Grand Palace Casino in Cameroon with an entire gaming floor dedicated to EGT’s equipment. They anticipate great success for the automated roulette and slot machines among customers and highlight the attractive loyalty program offered through the Spider casino management system. Gaming IQ aims to modernize and elevate the gaming industry and casino business in Africa by working closely with EGT and plans to place 300 to 500 EGT machines in multiple African countries by the end of 2024.

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