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Storm International has sold its Mexico business, Storm International South America (SILA) in Monterrey, working since 2009, which includes two amusement buildings, Hollywood I and Hollywood II, with a sum of more than 1,000 opening machines. Both the sum and the purchaser are not revealed. The properties are sold to upgrade organizations' geology of operations and to get extra speculation to different activities, which are presently experiencing last phases of improvement, to be reported later. 

 
Michael Boettcher, President of Storm International, put forth the accompanying expression: "Both the Monterrey and Mexican business environment have been extremely hard to work with. My organization put well over $30m into Monterrey, utilizing more than 400 staff and attempting to assemble a future for everybody required in our business. That business has turned out to be increasingly entangled with the many changes and absence of straightforwardness from both the nearby powers and from SEGOB. We will now push ahead and concentrate on other promising open doors and difficulties in different nations that are more open to empowering outside speculation." 
 
Darren Keane, CEO of Storm International, remarked on the arrangement: "Our Mexican unit was beneficial demonstrating stable business pointers, nonetheless we chose to offer it to focus on our best geologies – Europe and Asia. As of now we have a few new ventures being worked on, which request both monetary speculation and administration to guarantee their prosperity." 
 
Hollywood Entertainment Complexes are planned in traditional style and look like American motion picture theaters of 1950's. Guests appreciate a wide assortment of opening machines with the most recent and most inventive amusements, accessible in various divisions. They are dealt with to unrecorded music groups, live shows and an awesome selection of dishes in their eatery regions. Every property has restrictive VIP lounges. 
 
Storm International Storm International Group was established by Michael Boettcher in 1992 and runs diversion offices in different nations: Germany, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus and Russia. 
 
The Shangri La mark club, lighting up the capital urban communities of Georgia, Armenia and Belarus, are the Company's present leaders. Storm Casino now works a chain of space corridors in Germany with long haul arrangements to keep opening new areas. The eatery business and renting space is the Group's principle center in Russia.
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