Macau-based casino multi-game manufacturer LT Game Ltd and U.S.-based gaming supplier International Game Technology (IGT) have teamed up to jointly exhibit at Macao Gaming Show 2014, the two companies announced.
“When you come to our gigantic 1,440 square metre (15,500 sq feet) booth, you will feel like you have stepped into a fully operational casino, complete with slot machines, live table games, electronic table games, and cash handling and casino management systems,” a joint statement from the two companies said.
“We are offering casino operators the total casino solution in order to give them a brand new experience and more professional service,” the statement added.
IGT and and LT Game announced in August a three-year distribution agreement for North America and Macau. Under the terms of the agreement, IGT will distribute LT Game’s live and electronic table game systems in the U.S. and Canada, while LT Game will serve as distributor for IGT’s slot machines in the Macau market.
LT and IGT will exhibit at booth #AW41.
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