LT Game Ltd, a Macau-based provider of electronic gaming equipment and management technology for casinos, will be a major exhibitor at the Macao Gaming Show 2015.
Visitors to the event will be able to try out the firm’s latest Live Multi-Game (LMG) products, as well as new electronic table gaming products and a cash kiosk that will be introduced to the market soon.
The company will exhibit its LMG-6 terminal with additional gaming features; its newest Fast Betting Terminal; and its E-baccarat table. It will also showcase its Multi-Roulette; its horse race game terminals; and what the firm describes as the first ever currency exchange kiosk for casinos, called QFX (Quick Foreign Exchange).
Jay Chun, chairman and managing director of LT Game’s parent firm, Paradise Entertainment Ltd, said in a prepared statement: “The LT Game brand has been well-established on Macau casino floors, and our products have been very well received by the market as they are able to drive solid financial performance for casino operators and bring players a unique gaming experience.”
He added: “The company has over 3,700 terminals deployed across 18 casinos in Macau and over 200 terminals deployed in overseas casinos. We are extremely excited to continue offering different types of innovative gaming and cash handling solutions to the market, and believe that our technology will enhance casino operational efficiency and meet player needs.”
LT Game’s Fast Betting Terminal is a special LMG terminal that allows players to bet on multiple games simultaneously from a list of 10 scorecards.
The firm’s E-baccarat table is described as an innovative electronic table game with five to 10 seats, allowing players to bet on baccarat games electronically while served by a live dealer. The live video feed from the dealer’s table can also be broadcast in real-time to other terminals throughout the casino, which LT Game says “dramatically” increases the number of players that can participate in a single game.
The QFX machine is a niche offering that LT Game believes will be able to capture an untapped market. The machine is an automated exchange machine, similar to an ATM, albeit that it allows users to exchange any of five currencies: U.S. dollars, Hong Kong dollars, Chinese renminbi, Macau patacas and Japanese yen.
“By providing automated currency exchange services, the QFX machine can help save labour costs, while also providing ease-of-access and an efficient avenue of exchanging currency to foreign visitors,” stated the company.
Macao Gaming Show 2015 takes place from November 17 to 19 at Cotai Expo at the Venetian Macao.
LT Game is at stand AV27.
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