IGT launched its Three Kingdom Wars linked product, licensed by Sega Corporation, at the recent Asian Gaming Expo in Macau, as well as wealth of new card game themes specially developed for the market.

      Also on display was the company’s S2000 multi-line/multi-credit reel slot machine based on popular and proven games from IGT’s library. There were six new Asian themed games-Doubles Jade, Silver Ingot, Shunag Fu, Triple Ingot, Triple Double Jade and Wu Fu. The stand also featured IGT’s newly designed TrimLine machine cabinet, which features an enhanced player button   layout and enhanced audio board, digital glass and MCB  (media controller board) and has a considerably smaller footprint than previous models.
      The new PartyTime six level mystery progressive, with five different party game themes, was also shown for the first time in Macau, and the five level progressive Jackpt Hunter joined the existing line up of Fort Knox with video and spinning reel themes. Classics a four level symbol-driven progressive and progressive game Ancient Chinese Secret, a five-reel, 25 line, 125 coin game, were also on display.

Evona flying after Jet deal

Evona Electronic has extended its influence in the former Soviet countries by singing a distribution deal with Jet Games.

      Evona already has a good presence in markets such as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Armenia, and the Slovakia company’s branislav Marikovic told the Slovakia company’s Branislav Marikovic told InterGaming that he was delighted with the deal. Evona Electronic presented the newest model of multiplayer roulette machine Octavia on the Jet Games booth at the recent World of Games exhibition in Moscow.

Oracle takes more from Atronic

Atronic System’s Chip Cash smart card cashless solution has been ordered by Oracle Group, which operates two casinos in Malta and signed an order for Atronic Systems ’ Galaxis casino management   system at the end of last year.
      Laurie Galea, casino director at Oracle said: “Atronic systems has not only supplied the ideal solution for our casinos, but has also supported us with various concepts that assist us in achieving our goals. ” Atronic System’s Alex van den Brul said: “We are really pleased that we have been able to introduce our system solution and especially Chip Cash on Malta. The Maltese are very professional to work with and I’m sure that their players will embrace the cashless gaming option. ”

*   Cherry Maritime Gaming, part of the Cherry Group in Sweden, has become the first company to introduce Atronic’s bonus link Cash Fever to shipboard gaming after installing a bank of machines on the modern Polish passenger ferry, M/F Polonia, operated by unity-Line.
      The first floating Cash Fever machines went live in June and now travel between Poland and Sweden on a daily basis, helping to entertain up to 1,000 passengers per trip. The managing director of Cherry Maritime Gaming, Lars Gunnar  Persson, said: “This was a logical step forward for us being the most progressive gaming concessionary in the Baltic Sea, especially when it comes to modern poker equipment. ”