Win Systems installs its innovative Huo Long electronic roulette at the renowned Casino Divonne (France).
Win Systems, the leading provider of technology for the gaming and entertainment industry, has announced the installation of its innovative Huo Long roulette at Casino Divonne, one of the casinos of Groupe Partouche in the French town of Divonne-les-Bains. The Casino Divonne, close to the Swiss border, is one of the most renowned in the French market and stands out especially for its attractive table games offer. It is precisely the aim to continue being a benchmark in table games that has motivated the operator’s commitment to the spectacular Huo Long, in collaboration with Casino Advanced Technology, the distributor of Win Systems’ gaming products for the French market.
The Huo Long roulette is one of many innovations Win Systems has launched in recent years to continue leading the premium market of electronic roulettes with Gold Club, and includes the usual 36 numbers plus zero, with an attractive layout with the shape of an eight (a number linked to fortune in the Chinese tradition), and allowing the player to bet on groups of numbers based on elements of the ancient Chinese culture. Thanks to this innovative roulette game, Win Systems offers casinos a new way to attract the many Asian players in venues around the world.
The supplier is planning new installations of its Gold Club roulettes in the French market soon.
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, commented: “At Win Systems, we continue to take very relevant steps in the French market, which is undoubtedly one of the most sophisticated and demanding on the continent. It is a great satisfaction for us to take these steps forward hand in hand with one of the best casinos in the country, Casino Divonne from Groupe Partouche, and with our distributor Casino Advanced Technology. Thanks to the Gold Club premium electronic roulettes, we have a solution that offers the very high performance that this market demands, with the level of innovation that Casino Divonne needs to satisfy its players.”
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