Australia-based slot machine maker Aristocrat Leisure Ltd is showcasing a wide variety of cabinets at this year’s Macao Gaming Show.
“We are excited to be exhibiting at the Macao Gaming Show,” said Aristocrat’s managing director – Asia Pacific, Vincent Kelly.
The Macao Gaming Show is a trade exhibition and conference focused on the Asian gaming industry. The 2016 edition of this annual three-day event is taking place at the Venetian Macao casino resort and ends on Thursday.
Mr Kelly added: “At Aristocrat, we put the focus squarely on our customers, and we channel our global energies and passions into creating cabinets and games that help our customers entertain their guests.”
The Aristocrat cabinets on display at the show include the Behemoth, with an 84-inch (213-centimetre), high-definition LCD portrait-shaped monitor. The cabinet also features a 14-button deck with dual bash buttons, meaning two players can simultaneously enjoy the game.
Also on display at Aristocrat’s booth is the Arc Double cabinet, featuring dual 42-inch curved high-definition LCD touch screens and stereo sound. Aristocrat is also showcasing at the event the Single version of the Arc cabinet, offering an individual curved screen.
The casino supplier is additionally bringing to Macao Gaming Show its new ‘Multiline Baccarat’ and ‘Baccarat 88’ (pictured in an artist’s rendering) games, which have baccarat as their main theme. They were unveiled earlier this year at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2016 trade show.
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