LT Game: ‘Twice the fun and twice the excitement’

LT Game Betty Zhao
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Exhibiting alongside its international partner, IGT, LT Game displayed its latest gaming innovations at this year’s G2E Asia.

 

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his year has seen no shortage of orders for LT Game, Macau’s incumbent supplier of Live Multi Game (LMG) machines and related gaming solutions.

At G2E Asia 2016, the company displayed LMG-6 Multi-Touch. An evolution of the LMG-5, the product promises ‘twice the fun and twice the excitement’ as it allows players to switch to different games at the flick of a finger. One further benefit is that two people can play games on the same terminal through the multiplayer mode.

Also on display at G2E Asia this year was LT Game’s Intelligent Cash Access Redemption Solution. This smart, flexible and fully customisable self-service currency exchange station has been designed to provide gaming venues with faster and more reliable cash and ticket handling capabilities.

This independent change station offers customers a simple and efficient solution to break large notes into smaller notes with coins or a single ticket, and to exchange multiple notes to a single ticket without the need to locate a cashier.

LT Game recently launched its the new, patent pending E-Baccarat Table. The live dealer solution sees interaction and gameplay remain unchanged, but the use of digital chips improves security and accuracy, while games can be broadcasted to LMG terminals for back-betting.

At this year’s G2E Asia, LT Game exhibited alongside its strategic partner, IGT. Last month, IGT and LT Game’s parent company, Paradise Entertainment, announced the signing of a new agreement that will see Paradise transfer all of its electronic table game technology, patents and other intellectual property to IGT, with certain exceptions for table game IP used exclusively in Macau.

Under the terms of the deal, IGT will pay Paradise an upfront fee plus an ongoing earn-out based on placement of products utilising the table game IP over a 15-year term.

The agreement provides IGT with exclusive rights to Paradise’s table game IP for the development, manufacturing and distribution of live and random number generator electronic table games worldwide, except in Macau where LT Game will remain the exclusive provider of its market leading electronic table game products.


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