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August 24, 2019

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau

LT Game's first-ever self-developed slot machines approved by Macau regulator

LT Game's first-ever self-developed slot machines approved by Macau regulator
"Although we started in Macau, we keep our eyes on the prize to go international, especially to North America and South East Asia," Mr. Jay Chun, Chairman and Managing Director of Paradise said.
Macau | 05/22/2019

According to parent company Paradise, this is a key milestone for the firm as it is the first time they started to diversify their business to the slot machine segment ever since the development of the Live-Multi-Game machines in Macau.

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aradise Entertainment Limited, through its subsidiary LT Game, was granted approval by Macau's gaming authority, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), for their first-ever self-developed slot machines.

This is a key milestone for Paradise as it signifies the first time that the Group started to diversify their business to the slot machine segment ever since they developed the flagship product, the Live-Multi-Game (LMG) machines, in Macau.

The first batch of LT Game's self-developed slot titles that have been approved by the DICJ include "Door to Riches", "Golden Piggy's Fortune" and "Hong Yun Dang Tou", which are part of the linked jackpot games named "Jade Link" and "Bowl of Gold". All of these new products are displayed in LT Game's showroom in Macau.

Other slot machines that have already been approved by the DICJ include slot titles that they partnered with LT Game Japan, such as "Rank Up Dragon", "GOD of the SEA", "Fortune Master" and "Fortune Monkey". The awe-inspiring electronic table game known as the "Automatic Baccarat", together with other electronic table games such as the "Virtual Horse Racing" machines, the "Multi-Roulette" and the "Power Dragon" etc are just examples of the gaming equipment that Paradise has on offer. They are all approved by the DICJ, and are now ready to be deployed in casinos.

Mr. Jay Chun, Chairman and Managing Director of Paradise said, "As Macau's gaming industry is shifting towards the mass segment, mass-market players are looking for different games to play within the casinos. Leveraging on Paradise's past success in creating the LMG business model that has become so popular in Macau, Paradise is committed to research and development to offer a wide range of casino games to both gaming patrons and casino operators. More electronic table games and slot machines will soon come on board. Although we started in Macau; we keep our eyes on the prize to go international, especially to North America and South East Asia. I am confident that more of our pipeline products will turn out to be the next big hit in the gaming industry globally, similar to the track record we made in our flagship LMG machines."

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