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LT Game System Approved in Nevada

LT Game System Approved in Nevada

Paradise Entertainment has announced that its Macau-based subsidiary LT Game has received approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board for its Live Table Multi Games System. The product, which uses a live dealer for games beamed to electronic player stations, has successfully completed a field trial at the Palazzo Casino in Las Vegas.

“The approval granted by the NGCB marks an important milestone for LT Game’s expansion into the U.S. and signifies the start of an important chapter in the company’s global growth story,” said Paradise in a statement.

Paradise added that the group is also in negotiation with an independent third party for a distribution agreement for its products.

“The Live Table Multi Games System is the answer to casino operators’ demand for labor optimization, operational efficiencies and player convenience,” said Jay Chun, chairman and CEO of Paradise Entertainment. “The Live Table Multi Games Systems offer players the flexibility and convenience of being able to view and play multiple live-broadcasted games simultaneously, enhancing player experience while increasing game productivity for operators tremendously.”

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