Weike installs Infinity X slots in Alpensia casino

Weike Gaming Technology announces the installation of 30 units of Infinity X slot machines with dragon bliss mystery link and slot management system in Alpensia Casino, located at the Holiday-Inn Resort Pyeongchang, Korea.

“We are very proud to have our first installation in Korea in conjunction with our Korea distributor, Korea CCS Co., Ltd.  The installation comprises of Weike’s evergreen classic games which have been proven in Casinos around Asia. I am confident that Alpensia Casino’s players will enjoy these evergreen classic games,” said Daven Tay, executive director of Weike Gaming Technology. 

The foreigner exclusive casino offers separated spaces for public and high limit for VIPs and on top of the newly installed 30 units of Weike’s slot machines, players also can enjoy other popular games including Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette and various poker machines.

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