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June 23, 2021

New “The Club... by Tornado” is due to open in main downtown area

Weike announced a major order for new Macau operation

(Singapore / Macau).- Weike Gaming Technology, Singaporean only local gaming machine and systems manufacturer, announced a major order for its machines and electronic tables for a new operation, due to open in the coming months in Macau.


he new operation, “The Club... by Tornado”, is due to open in Macau’s main downtown area. “The Club” has selected Weike Systems to provide a full slot monitoring, jackpot and player loyalty system for initially 400 machines, increasing to more than 1,000 machines in later stages of the project. It has also selected Weike’s Infinity gaming machines to headline its machine installation with Weike providing 2 new link packages as well as stand-alone machines.

Weike will also provide METG (Multi-player Electronic Table Games) tables as well as its latest product offering, the Pal X Poker Table for an electronic poker room operation within the site.

Commenting on this new order, Weike Gaming Technology’s CEO, David Kinsman, said: “We are absolutely delighted that The Club by Tornado Slots has chosen Weike to be its system supplier and major machine provider for this new operation. Weike systems have an established track record in Asia with 73 systems live across Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Laos and Cambodia,” Kinsman added.

“We are Asia’s leading system supplier to slot based operations and the latest version of Weike systems is currently undergoing approvals to GLI 12 and GLI 13 standards. As with regards to machines, The Club management has worked with Weike in other Asian markets and has extensive experience with our products.”

“This operation will focus on a full electronic operation of slots, tables and poker and will be the first of its type in Macau. Weike has recently set up its own service operation in Macau, together with its Macau agents, 113 East and a full technical team to support the operations of The Club”.

“This style of electronic casino operation has already proven itself in markets like Vietnam and Cambodia. Our client is confident that this Macau operation will further prove the move towards electronic casino operation versus the traditional live tables,” Kinsman concluded.

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