Paradise Entertainment has expanded its ETG footprint once again in Asia’s casino capital, with a 70- unit deployment at the Casino Diamond.
[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ong Kong-listed electronic table game (ETG) manufacturer Paradise Entertainment has announced an installation of 70 of its Live Multi Game (LMG) terminals (pictured) at a gaming venue on the Macau Peninsular.
Paradise, which trades under its slot machine brand LT Game, installed the gaming positions at the Casino Diamond last month, after receiving the initial order request from the venue’s operator, SJM Holdings.
The Casino Diamond operates alongside the Holiday Inn Macau. The new LMG arena marks a significant expansion for the 6,000sq.ft venue, which had previously offered 60 tables and 34 slot machines.
“We are pleased to work with Casino Diamond and glad to see our LMG terminals as part of their product offerings,” said chairman and managing director of Paradise Entertainment, Jay Chun. “LMG terminals are designed to increase efficiency and productivity, and are an ideal solution amid the current challenging business environment to manage operation cost effectively.”
This latest order brings the company’s total count of LMG terminals leased throughout the city to 3,800 – with an additional 200 in operation in other global jurisdictions.
Last September saw Paradise Entertainment make a similar installation of 63 LMGs to Macau’s Casino Lan Kwai Fong. With the addition of the Casino Diamond, the company now operates throughout 19 distinct Macanese gaming venues.
“We continuously innovate and improve on our existing products,” Chun said. “We believe the industry will continue to see strong demand for gaming machines and we want to be well-positioned to capitalise on such opportunity.”
Alongside its core equipment manufacturing business, Paradise also provides management services to a number of Macau’s casinos – including the Casino Kam Pek Paradise, Casino Waldo, Casino Macau Jockey Club and the Casino Lisboa.