Global gaming giant International Game Technology (IGT) will display content localized for the Macau market when MGS Entertainment Show 2018 kicks off next month.
Announcing its key products for MGS, to be held at the Venetian Macao from 13 to 15 November, IGT said it will showcase a range of recently and soon-to-be-approved linked progressives and standalone slot games designed with Macau in mind.
“At the Macau Gaming Show, IGT will continue to build upon the momentum that we generated at G2E Asia when we introduced a full suite of market-approved, ready-to-deploy content and cabinets,” said Walter Bugno, IGT CEO International. “With the abundance of market opportunity for IGT in Macau and neighboring markets, we are delivering even more localized products and services that will enable our customers to diversify their floors with IGT content.”
IGT’s Macau portfolio will include the Fortune Gong game family on the CrystalCurve and CrystalDual27 cabinets, featuring base games “Dragon Dynasty” and “Phoenix Rising”. Both games award the prizes that are showcased above each reel when a Fortune Gong symbol lands on a corresponding reel.
The Fury game family, already approved for Macau, features a top-level linked progressive and five-level bonus prizes that increase as players up their bet.
The Prize Disk game family will be highlighted by titles “Elephant King”, “Tiger Fortune” and “Wolf Ridge” which include an anticipation-heightening scrolling prize disk above the reels that awards free games, bonuses and jackpots.
And IGT’s Hyper Hits progressive, with base games such as “The Golden Bow” and “Lotus Princess”, boasts a regionally attuned math model and an engaging ball mechanic that awards the title’s jackpots and bonus prizes.
Both Prize Disk and Hyper Hits were approved for Macau earlier this year.