Paradise Entertainment, the dominant force in Macau’s ETG market, has welcomed new technical standards published by the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau Macau concerning dealer operated electronic table games.
The Standards formally define DETG’s technical standards and requirements for the Macau gaming industry. The Standards have provided a grace period for all those existing DETG machines to be updated to meet the new technical requirements. After the grace period, DETG machines which do not fully comply with the Standards should not be used or operated in Macau casinos.
Jay Chun, Chairman and Managing Director of Paradise Entertainment Limited, said: “We are delighted to see the release of the Standards, setting out objective standards and requirements for the DETG machines, which have been under rapid growth in recent years and playing an important role in the development of gaming industry. On the other hand, the Group is technically competent and is happy to provide support such as testing, technical upgrading etc. to casinos currently equipped with DETG machines and assist them in meeting the requirements of the Standards. This of course will bring us business opportunities as well.”
As the inventor, the patent-owner and the sole-supplier of DETG machines, the Group will, as always, keep abreast of time and strive to support the development of gaming industry.
Mr. Chun added: “The Group has always been committed to research and development of DETG machines and other electronic gaming equipment and systems. In future, we will continue to launch new DETG machines and other electronic gaming equipment and systems to provide casinos with more diversified and upgraded products.”