Singapore-based electronic casino games and systems specialist Weike Gaming Technology (S) Pte Ltd is again a key exhibitor at G2E Asia.
“Visitors to our booth will see that Weike is committed to serving the needs of the Asia-Pacific market,” said Peter Kup-Ferroth, vice president of product marketing.
“Our booth will feature an outstanding line-up with new developments in jackpot links and Asian-themed standalone games. We will also showcase our full electronic table game portfolio,” added the executive.
The region will be getting its first look at Weike’s new integrated four-level progressive jackpot ‘Ultimate Treasure’ or ‘Jin Yin Cai Bao’ in Chinese. The translation of the pinyin means ‘Gold, Silver, Wealth and Gems’.
‘Super 8′ is the introductory game present on the link, with a 4×5 reel layout and entry level of 60 credits to play all reels.
‘Fu Wa’, otherwise known as the auspicious frog, is the latest title available on ‘Victory’, an integrated four-level progressive jackpot link introduced last year together with the 50-line games ‘Fortune Meow’ and ‘Legendary Archer’.
“The rapid development and rise of the gaming industry in Asia are the push factors for us. We will continue to put additional resources and create new exciting developments specific to the Asian market according to the approved standards,” said Mr Kup-Ferroth.
Weike says one of the highlights of its stand at G2E Asia will be the firm’s standalone game portfolio. It includes ‘Wu Song’, a 2×10 50-line product that can be configured by the casino operator for up to a 1,000-credit maximum bet. It also offers line wins in both directions: left to right, and right to left.
‘Graceful Fortune’ – a 50-line game themed on the history of the Chinese community on the Malay peninsula – features re-spin rewards.
The Chinese specific themes include ‘Dou Di Zhu Gold’, ‘Warrior Mulan’ and the new ‘Flaming Mountain’, a 50-line standalone featuring a multiplier that pays up to five times on a free games win and rewards players with more free games with maximum lines play.
‘Dragon Gift’, another addition to Weike’s Ultiways series is rich with symbols but in a more volatile package. The ‘Dragon King’ feature offers players a chance to multiply by up to five times during the free game feature.
‘Muay Thai’ is a 30- or 50-line game themed on Thai martial arts. A new winning-streak feature has stacked Muay Thai symbols. All wins containing the Muay Thai symbol in the free games feature will be multiplied six times. ‘The Grand Voyage’ is an alternative theme using this distinct feature.
Electronic table games
Weike will also be showcasing its comprehensive e-table series. The market-proven Infinity Roulette has been approved to the latest Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau standards for operation in Macau.
Weike describes the product as a “highly flexible and customisable platform” that supports live video streaming of the roulette wheel and is configurable for up to 128 terminals served by a single wheel.
Weike will also display its Infinity Baccarat electronic table product, featuring its ‘card squeezing’ technology and simulated live dealer display with high definition video integrated into game play.
Weike’s Multi-player Electronic Table Game is already a success with players in Vietnam, says Weike. The platform offers operators the choice to configure the product either as a fully automated or partially automated (i.e. dealer assisted) table game. Game choices include baccarat, baccarat super pair, baccarat insurance and blackjack.
“We are investing for the future and we always have the customers in focus. It is important to have a long term perspective and always make sure we give the best combination of product requirements and value for money in every market,” commented Ray Poh, chief operating officer of Weike.
Weike is at stand 1231.
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