Through the agreement, APE will provide services and technical support for Jade in the territory of Macau.
“Partnering with APE to deliver our cutting-edge bespoke gaming technology and solutions to top Macau casinos will allow us to strengthen our portfolio strategies,” said Jade Entertainment Founder and CEO Joseph Pisano.
“I believe APE is able to apply their strong local knowledge and expertise to the best of their ability to expand our business in Macau.”
Supplier Jade Entertainment is primarily engaged in the business of selling electronic gaming machines (EGM), systems and technologies to hotels and gaming venues in the Philippines.
APE supplies electronic gaming equipment (EGE) and electronic table games (ETG) in Macau.
APE CEO and Executive Director Herman Ng commented: “I am delighted that we have established this partnership with Jade at this time. APE has been dedicating its business to introduce innovative and superior gaming products to casino operators.
“We are confident and will be supporting Jade to maximise its presence in Macau’s market with our expertise.”
Earlier this week in Macau, there were fears of a fresh outbreak of Covid, but they were calmed shortly after.
A senior Macau health official stated that the risk status placed upon the province after a casino dealer recently tested positive for Covid-19 had been lifted following extensive testing.
The news comes days after China announced that its visa centre on the mainland would re-open for the first time since March 2020, allowing Chinese nationals to travel to Macau and gamble.