Interblock brings Pulse stadium gaming experience to Chile

Gaming machine manufacturer Interblock has seen its Pulse Arena “stadium gaming experience” installed at the Sun Monticello Casino in Chile.

The interactive, social gaming environment, which opened on February 10, under the name “SiSun Gaming Bar,” also boasts the largest video wall in Chile.

“Bringing the first and only stadium gaming experience to Chile and Latin America marks a significant milestone for Interblock, and for the evolution of gaming in this region,” said Andres Morano, vice president of Latin America at Interblock.

“This project has been a joint effort with our partners at Sun Monticello, and we could not be happier with the finalised product.”

SiSun Gaming Bar brings together live hosts, interactive terminals and an ambience tailored to meet the needs of any player segment at any time of the day or week. Five live hosts boost the stadium atmosphere, cheering on guests’ wins and offering guidance for less experienced players.

Patricio Herman, business director of Latin America for operator Sun Dreams Gaming, added: “SiSun Gaming Bar extends the comprehensive entertainment offered by Sun Monticello.

“New sensations are incorporated into the experience of customers and visitors with a unique combination that we exclusively prepare to live in SiSun Gaming Bar: music, dance, animation, images, games and bets in one place.

“We are happy to have this new entertainment offer exclusively at Sun Monticello for Chile and first in Latin America.”

The arena is comprised of 40 interconnected play stations, an expansive high-definition video wall, three live tables, one automated generator and two video generators, designed to deliver results for roulette, baccarat and multi-hand blackjack.