hase one implementation includes 40 multi-player electronic gaming machines. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed for competitive reasons. Located at Jai Alai Building, Avenida de Amizade, Macau, Jai Alai Casino is one of the most well known casinos in Macau, People’s Republic of China. Jai Alai Casino Macau has a 6,200 sqm gaming facility and features about 250 slot machines, 61 table games and 4 VIP rooms, and is open 24 hours a day.
The Jai Alai Casino, conveniently located within walking distance from the Jetfoil ferry terminal, attracts a high percentage of Hong Kong visitors surfing in for the fast-action games. Compared to other casinos in Macau, the Jai Alai maintains a great atmosphere where Baccarat, Blackjack and Roulette are the most popular games. However, traditional Chinese games such as Fish- Prawn-Crab, Sic-Bo Cussec and Fan Tan are also available.
Jai Alai Casino operates under Macau’s gaming concessions granted under Sociedade de Jogos de Macau (SJM), which is a leading gaming concessionaire in Macau controlled by Dr. Stanley Ho’s Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau (STDM).
Two weeks ago, PacificNet also announced that its PacificNet Games Limited (PacGames) subsidiary was selected by Casino Lisboa, one of Macau’s leading and most historic casinos, to provide 120 multi-player Electronic Gaming Machines (EGM) for Phase One implementation at Casino Lisboa. Previously, PacGames also announced that it was selected by Holiday Inn Macau Casino to provide multi-player electronic gaming machines.
"We are delighted to receive another significant order by another famous casino in Macau. The selection of PacificNet Game’s electronic gaming machines by Jai Alai Casino marks another huge win for PacGames and further enhances PacificNet’s strong position in Macau’s gaming market," said Tony Tong, Chairman and CEO of PacificNet.
"With our new focus on the rapidly growing gaming market in greater China, Macau, and Asia, we will continue to pursue becoming a leading provider of electronic gaming machines, slot machines and bingo machines to the casino operators and gaming industry in Asia.”
"As Macau’s gaming market undergoes growing competition, casino operators in Macau have to adapt fast to the latest demands and trends by installing the most popular and profitable gaming machines catered to the Asian gamers. PacGames multi-player Electronic Gaming Machines have quickly proven to be one of the best performing gaming machines designed for the Asian players," said Victor Tong, President of PacificNet.
"Macau has become the fastest growing part of China and we are very excited to be moving forward in our pursuit of the Macau gaming technology business. We believe the Asian gaming market has huge growth potential and that we are well positioned to win more hotel-casino clients and capture a growing market share as a leading gaming technology provider in the region." He concluded.