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Jumbo live streams product launch due to Covid-19

Jumbo Technology said it has live-streamed its product launches for 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus.

Jumbo turns 20 with big plans for the future

Jumbo Technology is celebrating its 20th birthday this year and after successful expansion in Asia, it’s now turning its sights further afield. 
Spintec

Spintec eyes Asia expansion, launches in Australia

Spintec, a maker of electronic table games, is planning further expansion in Southeast Asia this year and made its market debut in Australia last week.

ETGs and new technology focus for Asia suppliers

Technology and electronic table games were the two subjects most frequently cited as important trends for 2019 among the gaming industry’s largest suppliers at...

LT Games targets 500 slot sales for 2019: Chun

LT Game, which dominates the live multi-game sector in Macau, is focusing its attention on a new range of slot machine products and expects to sell 500 units worldwide next year, says Jay Chun, chairman of parent company Paradise Entertainment.

Emerging Asian markets to lead sales growth

Macau is likely to remain the largest market in Asia for electronic table games (ETGs) for the foreseeable future due to its sheer size, though growth is slowing and emerging markets such as Vietnam and the Philippines are likely lead further expansion.

Paradise welcomes Macau ETG rules

Paradise Entertainment has welcomed new technical standards published by the Macau market regulator for the operation of dealer operated electronic table games. The new standards...

APE to make market debut, sees strong growth

Asia Pioneer Entertainment, which this month joins just a handful of homegrown Macau gaming names to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, says it sees strong scope for future growth, both in the world’s biggest gambling hub and around Southeast Asia. The company, which was founded 12 years ago, is raising funds for the next stage of its development.

Asia Pioneer plans June IPO to fund expansion

Asia Pioneer Entertainment Holdings, a Macau gaming equipment supplier, is seeking to raise funds through an initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock...

Paradise’s LT Game sees further Macau growth, U.S. push

Paradise Entertainment has warned that it expects to report a loss in 2015 as a result of the slump in Macau’s gaming revenue, though its LT Game supplier unit sees no such gloom and predicts 2016 will be the year it makes significant headway in the U.S. With the help of IGT, it sold its first product in the U.S. to The Palazzo in Las Vegas last year and now expects further sales and geographic expansion.  

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