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CT Gaming to showcase latest slot machines, multi-game packages at Belgrade Future Gaming Fair | Yogonet International

CT Gaming to showcase latest slot machines, multi-game packages at Belgrade Future Gaming Fair | Yogonet International

Gaming provider CT Gaming will showcase its latest products during the Belgrade Future Gaming exhibition, which will take place on May 28th and 29th in Belgrade, Serbia. At its booth, the company, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, will present “a curated selection of products and solutions tailored to the preferences of local customers.”

CT Gaming will present the slot machines Next 27/27/27 and EZ Modulo 32/32/32, the multigame packages Diamond King 3 and Mermaid’s Quest, as well as its Rhino casino management system. 

According to the company, the spotlight at the stand will be on Diamond King 3, the newest multigame from the Diamond King series. “It includes 50 captivating games that combine classic titles with exciting new ones, as well as the legendary trio from Mega Jack – Aztec Gold, Champagne 20, and Slot-O-Pol, with enhanced graphics and captivating concepts,” the provider said. 20 of the games are linked to the 3-level progressive Diamond Tree Jackpot. 

The return of the legendary trio from Mega Jack reminds us of one of the company’s first major breakthroughs, which continues to reap success. By reviving the three classic Mega Jack games, we allow customers to experience our legacy in a new and modern way,” commented Biser Bozhanov, Director of Strategy and Business Development at CT Gaming. 

The company’s casino management system, Rhino, has new and improved functionalities, combining everything necessary for managing gaming halls of all kinds. 

Serbia is one of the most valuable markets, and over the years, we have established long-term and strong partnerships that we look forward to further strengthening during this event,” explained Biser Bozhanov.