Aristocrat Gaming, a prominent manufacturer of slot machines and casino games, is gearing up to unveil its latest games at the upcoming Macau Gaming Show (MGS) Summit on November 14 and 15. With an expected attendance of over 5,000 industry professionals, the trade exhibition promises to be a major platform for Aristocrat Gaming to showcase its recent and upcoming titles.
One of the highlights of the event will be the unveiling of games specifically tailored to cater to the preferences of Asian players, in celebration of the Year of the Dragon. Among the games to be featured at the event are Jin Cai Hao Yun, Tian Ci Jin Lu, and the Dragon Link “Spring Festival” games. Additionally, Aristocrat Gaming will also present the newest addition to its 5 Dragons portfolio, 5 Dragons Ultra.
Jin Cai Hao Yun, with its engaging features such as Reel Growth, Hold & Spin, and Repeat Win, promises an exhilarating experience for players. Dragon Link “Spring Festival”, the fifth installment in the Dragon Link franchise, aims to build upon the existing popularity and adaptability of the link series. Meanwhile, 5 Dragons Ultra boasts varying volatility, multi-window features, and a two-level SAP jackpot.
Aristocrat Gaming will also unveil its new dragon-themed mystery link, Dragon Universe, alongside its familiar lineup of games at the exhibition.
Lloyd Robson, the general manager for the Asia Pacific region at Aristocrat Gaming, expressed excitement for the company’s participation in the MGS Summit. Robson emphasized the significance of the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese Zodiac and affirmed that his team is prepared to present an exciting array of games to commemorate the occasion. He also expressed delight at the opportunity to participate in Macau’s first official gaming tradeshow since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Robson noted that the entire regional leadership team will be in attendance at the event to celebrate Macau’s resilience and buoyancy, and to reconnect with their customers.
Macau, the special administrative region, faced significant challenges during the pandemic, compounded by the impact of the crackdown on junket operators. However, the region’s gaming industry is now gradually recovering, making events like the MGS Summit even more significant for the industry’s resurgence.