Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Dynam’s slot machine ambitions appear limited

Dynam Japan Holdings, the nation’s largest pachinko operator by number of halls, has developed its first slot machine for the Macau market in cooperation with Singapore-based Weike Gaming Technology, but its near-term ambitions appear to be limited.

Jumbo catching market attention with fish game

Jumbo Technology said its fishing  game has seen a lot of success since its launch at G2E Asia last year, with two IRs going live this year and a couple of others also coming online.

Konami Gaming extends its growth in the global slot machine market

In FY2018 Konami Gaming posted sales growth of 5.2 percent and profitability growth of 8.2 percent as the Japanese company continued to gain market...

New LT Game slots to be available in June

Paradise Entertainment chairman Jay Chun says he expects his latest line of slot machines, developed through its subsidiary LT Game, to be available at...

IGT posts Q1 profit, revenue declines

International Game Technology said Q1 revenue declined as higher machine sales and stable  lottery failed to offset the impact of higher taxes in Italy and lower machine system sales.

Alphaslot and Synergy Blue to explore gaming innovation with blockchain technology

Blockchain gaming platform Alphaslot and Synergy Blue, the premier creator of skill-based games and platforms for an emerging class of players, have announced an...

Digitain attends G2E Asia 2019

Digitain joins the Global Gaming Expo Asia in the Las Vegas of the East, Macau on May 21-23 to showcase its mobile applications, some...

Interblock renews ETG lease deal with Pagcor

Interblock said it has renewed its electronic table tame license deal with Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp for another three years through its partnership with Indepth Insights.

Dynam, Weike receives DICJ approval for new slot machine

Dynam Japan Holdings has been given approval from the Macau regulator to launch a new slot machine which has been jointly developed with Weike...

AGTech gets China Sports Lottery AR contract

AGTech Holdings says one of its units have been awarded a contract for a research, development and operation project for augmented reality products for the China Sports Lottery.

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