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It has had a presence in the Asian market for over seven years through RGB

Atronic displays excellence at Asian biggest gaming show

(Macau).- Atronic International is presenting its top-performing products at G2E Asia, the biggest and most important annual gaming event on the continent. The firm will join its Asian distributor, RGB Sdn. Bhd., at Booth number 424 at the Venetian Macao Resort Hotel on June 3 and 4.

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isitors will be swept into a new dimension of linked gaming with Stargate SG-1, a multi-bonus progressive link based on the blockbuster movie and popular TV series. Offering five bonuses and four progressive levels, it is available on the new double screen e² Slant cabinet as well as on the upright e² cabinet. The eye-catching Stargate SG-1 merchandising package is sure to draw players from across the gaming floor.

Also at the show, visitors will experience Fishing for Jackpots, featuring Asian-themed sounds and animation, bright and fluid graphics, and five progressive jackpot levels. Any one of the five progressive jackpots can be won with any bet once the bonus round has been triggered. The chance of entering the bonus increases with higher bets, encouraging players to raise their average bet. Fishing for Jackpots will appear at G2E Asia on Wild Fangs, Bengal Tigers, Golden Light and Treasure Hunt.

On the core game side Atronic will showcase its latest titles with unique and innovative elements that will for sure electrify Asian players. The new games offer thrilling, suspense-filled features like Wild Stays Until it Pays, Toucan Slide Bonus and Stacked Wilds - features players won’t find anywhere else.

Games on show will include the Super Play game Asian Dreaming, Big City 5s, Gypsy Moon and Egyptian Dreams on the e2 cabinet. Popular titles like 1421-Voyages of Zhen He, Treasures of the Pyramids, Toucan Treasures and Mighty Miner will be presented on the new dual-screen Harmony2 cabinet.

On the systems side, professionals of the company will be on hand to present the entire range of Atronic’s comprehensive systems solutions including Crystal.net, the new evolution for casino management floor network, maximizing revenues and streamlining casino operations.

Visitors are also invited to come and see how the comprehensive Galaxis family of Bonusing Solutions can create player excitement on the floor. Furthermore, the highly successful chip cash smart card solution as well as the new qpon cash ticketing solution, demonstrating Atronic’s leading position as cashless solutions provider.

Suited well for the Asian gaming market, the Systems Division also offers a range of proven, modular and scalable Table Management Solutions supporting all types of table games.

Atronic has had a presence in the Asian market for over seven years through its distribution agreement with RGB, a name synonymous with gaming throughout the Asian region as a whole. Further to this, it has supplemented its local presence with direct representation at the beginning of 2006 due to both, the unprecedented growth within the region at the time as well as the increasing presence of corporate accounts with whom Atronic had longstanding business relationships.

By March this year, Lai Fai Chiang has joined the Atronic team in Asia as the company´s new Key Account Manager for the region, replacing Zane Reynolds who has left the company beforehand.  Chiang, who was with RGB prior to his assignment at Atronic has a detailed knowledge and understanding of the Asian gaming market and its specific requirements. He holds a Bachelor Degree of Commerce majoring in Accounting and Finance. Chiang was with RGB from 2004 to early 2009 with his last posting as the company’s General Manager – Sales. 

Chiang is being supported by Tham Truong, Technical Product Manager for Asia who also has a long experience in the gaming industry through his previous role at Aristocrat.

The full complement of top-performing games, cabinets and systems solutions will be displayed at the RGB booth number 424 at G2E Asia on June 3 and 4, 2009.

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