The Luxury of Electronic Table Gaming Has Arrived at Mocha Clubs in Macau

Luxury gaming manufacturer Interblock® continues to grow its footprint throughout the Asia Pacific region with the placement of 10 MiniStar units with eight play stations in five of Melco Crown Entertainment’s Mocha Club properties.

Melco Crown Entertainment operates seven Mocha Club properties in China's gaming mecca, Macau. Each venue is tailored to a different theme, providing their customers with an authentically distinctive gaming experience. The company prides itself on being the ultimate provider for the latest electronic table gaming offerings.

Senior Vice President of Asia Pacific, Cameron Louis, said, “Mocha Club's vision of creating new gaming experiences for their customers uniquely aligns with the Interblock brand. Our MiniStar Roulette offers the style, elegance, and sophistication that each Mocha property tailors to their player base.”

Interblock's MiniStar product line is a high-performance product with a smaller footprint that accommodates any casino floor, especially appealing to Mocha Club's properties. It consists of a fully automated Roulette generator with excellent visibility of the wheel and an ergonomically designed surface. The automated Roulette generator enables between 80 and 150 results per hour.

“We are happy to continue our partnership with Melco Crown operators and look forward to our products raising the bar of their ETG (electronic table game) landscape,” said Louis.

The installation will take place at Hotel Royal, Sinatra, Macau Tower, Golden Dragon, and Taipa Square Mocha Club properties next month.

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