mperor’s Choice includes 20-line Asian-specific game themes like Guardian Lions, Tai Chi and Shuang Fu Deluxe. IGT (booth number 201) will also unveil Super Lucky Red Wins, another multi-level progressive with 20-line game themes like Double Red Magpies, Super Lucky Red 8s, Double Super Lucky Red 8s and Triple Red Lantern 8s.
One of the show’s highlights will be Three Kingdom Wars, a 7-level mystery progressive theme developed in partnership with Sega. It includes four Asian game themes: Golden Dragon and MJ2 with MultiWay betting capabilities, and Tai Pan, Three Kingdom Wars and Ami-Gyo, which are 5-reel, 25-payline games.
Additional IGT Asian-themed games that will debut at G2E Asia are 25-line Three Pandas and Dragon Phoenix, 20-line Lotus Flower and Chinese Treasure, 30-line Chu Han Chess God, and Feng Shui and Triple Ingot, both on the MultiWay platform.
IGT has appointed John Gomes as Managing Director of IGT Asia to address the rapidly expanding Asian gaming market.
Gomes has been with IGT for three years and is the former General Manager of IGT’s Russia office. His goal is to supply localized IGT products and product support to the Asia Pacific market. Gomes’ predecessor, Scott Winzeler, has been named Director of International Markets.