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Following July’s opening of Melco Resorts & Entertainment‘s integrated resort City of Dreams Mediterranean in Cyprus, Merkur Gaming announced that a selection of its game variants is available at what is deemed as Europe’s largest integrated resort.
The available selection of games includes the brand’s Avantgarde Trio, Avantgarde Max Duo, Allegro Curved multigame machines plus the linked progressive jackpot attractions, Solar Link and Link Zone, which are both presented in banks of Avante Trio cabinets.
“A landmark project and Melsco’s first venture in Europe, the City of Dreams Mediterranean integrated resort casino is now open for both stay and play and Merkur is shining on the property’s luxurious gaming floor with a selection of well-proven successful game variants,” said Merkur.
Cyprus is a major Mediterranean tourist destination and has long been anticipated and viewed as a potential venue for an integrated resort and casino complex. “A challenge that Melco undertook and that has now come to spectacular fruition,” the company noted.
Athanasios “Sakis” Isaakidis
Athanasios “Sakis” Isaakidis, Merkur Gaming’s Chief Executive, International, stated: “We are delighted to have secured a significant part of the gaming floor in City of Dreams and we are certain players, both local and international, will enjoy the many different games themes, that the casino has selected.”
For his part, Grant Johnson, General Manager of City of Dreams Mediterranean, stated: “We are thrilled to finally open the doors of City of Dreams Mediterranean to our valued guests. It will bring Melco’s award-winning standards of entertainment, and leisure and welcome innovation to the Cyprus luxury hotel scene.”
“We look forward to captivating our guests with contemporary design, first-class entertainment, and immersive experiences,” he added.
A temporary Casino in Limassol (now closed, following the opening of City of Dreams) and licensed satellite casino venues, under the Cyprus Casino branding, located in the capital city of Nicosia, in Ayia Napa, and in Paphos acted as a dress rehearsal for the main event, “building player excitement ahead of the now completed City of Dreams Mediterranean resort itself,” the company explained.