Aristocrat Leisure Ltd is launching a host of new titles tailored specifically to Asian markets at G2E Asia 2014.
The company will be adding to its Legends portfolio with the launch of 5 Dragons Gold and 50 Lions Deluxe. These titles include new features, enhanced gameplay and graphics.
In addition, Aristocrat’s new E*Series features game styles and content tailored specially for Asia Pacific markets. Three E*Series product families will be on show at G2E Asia, including Sky Rider, Temple of the Tiger and Storm Queens.
Aristocrat will also be showing over 15 titles with multi-denominational functionality and 15 titles with downloadable dual language functionality.
Another solution that Aristocrat will feature during G2E Asia is a new Players’ Choice range, with multiple games for players to enjoy in one box, offering more options for space-constrained venues.
Unveiled at G2E Asia 2014 will be Good Fortune Link – an evolution of linked jackpots. It delivers five levels of jackpots, stacked WILDs on any spin and standout integrated theming between top box, main screen, signage and belly art.
Trevor Croker, managing director of Australia, New Zealand and Asia for Aristocrat, said: “This year, visitors can expect to see an even greater range of game titles from Aristocrat, as we continue to drive the depth and breadth of our Asia Pacific portfolio.
“We are excited to be offering more choice and flexibility than ever before, with a range of enthralling new titles that are built especially for this region and respond directly to the needs of players and operators.”
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