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Lucky Fortune Link, Aristocrat

Aristocrat introduces Lucky Fortune Link

As a content and technology driven company, Aristocrat never ceases to innovate and create new concepts that support our customer’s business and cater to different player appetites.
Scientific Games, virtual roadshow

SG: Virtual showcase for product pipeline

Scientific Games went virtual in May this year to showcase its latest products and offer its insights and analysis into today’s challenging marketplace. 
JCM global, Ian Payne

JCM: Looking for a post-pandemic bounce back

JCM Global General Manager Asia Pacific, Ian Payne, said the recovery from Covid in Southeast Asia has been slow. However, JCM hopes that once the pandemic subsides the region will see the same bounce back due to pent up demand as the U.S.
Advantech-innocore

High performance gaming systems meet modern needs by Advantech-Innocore

Advantech-Innocore, the gaming-focused business group of Advantech Corp, has launched two brand new DPX Products, The DPX-E145 as well as the DPX-J100.
LT Game, multi-games, LTS0115

LT live multi-games outperform

LT Game remains cautiously optimistic that the Asian markets will gradually recover from the Covid crisis and says its live multi games are performing well due to their ability to align with prevailing safety measures.
Ultraplay, esports, asia

UltraPlay offers advice on establishing esports in Asia

UltraPlay CEO Mario Ovcharov explains how to establish a profitable eSports betting brand in Asia and what kind of challenges exist in the region. 
BetConstruct

BetConstruct sees eSports picking up pace

Betconstruct has been actively working on localizing its product portfolio and adding new games in its live casino segment. During the pandemic it has seen particularly strong growth in the esports segment, which is continuing. As for the land-based industry, the company says it has become clear that more flexible business models are needed.
G+D BPS family

G+D walks customers through difficult times

The pandemic has had a huge impact on casinos in Southeast Asia, and the market recovery depends on both the current pandemic situation and lifting travel restrictions. We expect Macau will be the first city to recover as travelers are gradually returning from Mainland China.
Sega sammy creation

Sega Sammy: Focusing on versatility and performance

Sega Sammy is seeing a patchy recovery in Asia’s markets, but says once social distancing measures are removed, there appears to be underlying pent-up demand. The company has been active with projects and product placements and is finding its stand-alone electronic table game product is highly suitable to the operating conditions imposed by Covid-19.
Win systems, huo long, roulette

WIN adds value through innovation

WIN SYSTEMS is a leading technology supplier of management solutions, electronic roulettes, and slot machines to the casino and lottery industries, with 25 years of experience and presence in more than 60 countries around the world.

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