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September 26, 2021

Its products primarily target the fast growing Asian gaming market

PacificNet had a successful performance at G2E Asia

(Macau).- PacificNet announced that its subsidiary PacificNet Games (PactGames) made a successful presentation of its latest land-based and Internet gaming products at the Global Gaming Expo in Macau.

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acificNet’s new iGaming software designed for Asian players and operators received rave reviews from some of the leading casino and iGaming operators in Asia including praise from the leading gaming operators in Macau and the Philippines. PacificNet Games also shared its Macau success story of its high-return multi-player games for Asian players at the show.

PactGames develops gaming systems, software and hardware platforms for the land-based and online gambling industry, primarily targeting the fast growing Asian gaming market. Its latest iGaming products are targeted at the large number of land-based operators making their online debut.

PactGames gaming applications - online virtual casino, virtual baccarat, sicbo, fish- prawn-crab, card games, poker, bingo, mobile gaming, live gaming, land-based kiosk networks, slot, RNG and fixed-odds games, with a powerful management interface allows the operators to effectively manage games and user accounts. It has over 1200 personnel in Asia, with 300 engineers engaged in research and development of current and future gaming technologies for land- based and online operators.

"We are delighted to introduce our new online gaming products for the Asian operators with games designed for Asian gamers," said Tony Tong, Chairman and CEO of PacificNet.

"As Asia has evolved into the fastest growing market in both land-based and online gaming, we believe there is a great demand for our Asian-themed gaming products. With our team of 200 programmers in China and Macau we believe that our games will better suite the needs and wants of Asian gamers and operators.

“We have released a series of multi-player electronic gaming machines. These include a hybrid sic-bo and baccarat gaming device which allows a player to make bets at a sit down electronic terminal while viewing a live dealer turn the cards or roll the dice by a centralized TV monitor as well as at the machine,” he added.

“We are very satisfied with our successful entrance into the highly competitive gaming technology supplier market and we believe that our recently launched Asian gaming machines have demonstrated a fairly quick payback for our customers who are the legal gaming operators and casino owners. We believe that we are the one of only electronic gaming provider actually based in Macau giving us a competitive advantage both on the R&D side, knowing what Asian gamers want, as well as on the sales and service side," he concluded.

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