EGT will present a broad portfolio of slot, multiplayer, interactive and casino management solutions at the show as part of the company’s plans to expand its presence in the Asia-Pacific markets.
Euro Games Technology is returning to G2E Asia after a gap of several years with a diverse portfolio of slot, multiplayer, interactive and casino management solutions, a new distributor for the region and “ambitious plans for the near future”.
“Our display will show how serious our intentions are about the Asian market, which is well developed, stable and rich in business opportunities for EGT,” said Boyko Boev, the company’s business development manager for Asia.
“We also have the full support of our regional partner Channel Paradise Sdn. Bhd, a company with impeccable reputation and strong presence on the market.”
The Asian-themed four-level progressive Fu Gui Rong Hua and the five-level progressive Cai Shen Kingdom, have already gained popularity in many countries and will be shown in Macau for a first time together with Dragon’s Turn – a new four level progressive link that includes random jackpot and bonus wheels and made its world debut during ICE 2018.
“We are looking forward to hearing feedback from the local audience on our products and are especially curious about how our Asian-themed jackpot systems will be received,” Boev continued. “As a worldwide manufacturer, that has navigated its way to success in many different regions in the world, we are ready to find the path to the hearts of the local players and to tailor our developments to the requirements of our regional customers.”
The Premium Link jackpot system will also be on show in Asia, which can be installed on any EGT cabinet, and can connect all the company’s games for common mystery and symbol driven progressive jackpots.
The Super Premier 75 slot model is expected to be one of the major attractions at the show, featuring a 75” portrait-oriented curved monitor and EGT’s latest gaming platform, Exciter III.
The P-42V Up and St Curved cabinets will also be demonstrated in Macau, incorporating 42” portrait-oriented curved displays with integrated touch screen, LED illumination, and optional keyboards with dynamic OLED buttons.
Part of EGT’s display will be dedicated to the company’s top performing products, including the P-27/27 St cabinet and its compact version the P-27/27 St Slim, as well as the Collection Series multi-games – Red, Orange, Green, Purple, and Union – each offering 48 titles.
The brand new 888 Red Collection will also be presented at the show. Specially created for the Asian market, this collection includes six games, Emperor’s Dream, Great China, China Food, Chinese Garden, Eternal Lotus and Fujiyama.
The company’s subsidiary, EGT Multiplayer, will present its T-Line Series 84” roulette touch table with an automated wheel, featuring 12 gaming stations and the Diamond Number jackpot system, to the Asian market for the first time.
The Premier R8 automated roulette, which includes eight gaming places, each equipped with a 23” widescreen LCD-TFT touch monitor and high quality live video streaming, will also be on display, demonstrating the four-level mystery jackpot, Jackpot Cards.
Meanwhile, The Stork and the new generation S-Line terminals – S32, S32/32, S32/32/27, and S32/32/3 – with 32” full HD main monitors will showcase a diverse range of games from the Rigel and King Collection multi-game mixes.
EGT Interactive will also be on hand, spotlighting its broad portfolio of titles both for desktop and mobile devices, many of which are adaptations of successful land-based slot games, while the Spider CMS will also be presented for the APAC market.