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Luxury gaming manufacturer Interblock has announced its participation in the 2017 Macao Gaming Show, exhibiting products from Diamond portfolio including Big Six, Craps, Roulette and Sic Bo.

Mr. Michael Hu, vice president of Asia at Interblock said, “We are excited to exhibit our latest innovations at the Macau Gaming Show. Our presence at this event shows our commitment and support to this market as we continue to increase our footprint throughout the Macau region.”

The company will exhibit its latest automated Big Six wheel, which launched new, vibrant wheel segments that are more appealing to Asian demographics at G2E Asia this year. Interblock’s Big Six wheel is not only the largest wheel in the industry, but is also the only double-sided wheel offering which allows operators to place play stations on one or both sides.

Interblock’s Diamond Roulette and Diamond Dice generators will also be exhibited on the company’s stand. The generators will demonstrate their connectivity to remote play stations and LCD displays, which will showcase an array of new virtual dealers for Roulette, SicBo and Craps.

Interblock will showcase its products on stand AS34 at the show.

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