XSG is targeting casinos and IRs with its brand-new product, TaiJi Link EGM.
STEPPING up to challenge the EGM market in its 10th year in the gaming industry, Taiwanese R&D-focused company XSG will be showcasing its brand-new EGM products at G2E Asia this year.
The 5-reel, multi-denomination, 243-way EGMs, which come with six Chinese-themed launch titles, all feature a distinct playstyle known as “TaiJi Link”.
“TaiJi Link is a playstyle rooted in the proven hold-and-spin mechanics thriving in the market, with improvements made to the pacing of the gameplay such that the stakes are weighted towards the end of the bonus game,” XSG’s product spokesperson explained. “The suspense is withheld until the end, so that players can experience an enhanced level of excitement.”
In addition to the exciting new EGMs, the company will also be showcasing other products on its Chinese-themed main booth. The 8-seater fish hunting VGM “Fishing King” will return once again to show off its addictive gameplay in Full HD glory. With 25 types of fish, five distinct stages and eight types of weapons to choose from, players will find it difficult to pull away from the mesmerizing on-screen action. In the year since its release, the machine has already gained strong popularity in the US.
XSG’s offerings for gaming venues continue with its award-winning LAN-Based Gaming System, a solution that delivers both gaming content and floor management software in one package. Additionally, features such as wide area linked progressives, flexible setup options and offline LAN support are built-in to increase the product’s suitability for markets in Southeast Asia. As with XSG’s other offerings, complimentary 24/7 tech support will be provided to minimize client downtime.
Lastly, those operating with an online business model can visit XSG’s smaller booth on the upper floor of the exhibition, where the company will demonstrate its ability to develop white-label iGaming products and solutions. Guests will be able to try the company’s chart-topping social casinos, which combined garner half a million MAUs.