Interblock to unveil new ETG products and features at G2E Asia 2017

Gaming manufacturer and electronic table game (ETG) provider Interblock has announced plans to exhibit its Diamond, Big Six, StarBar and MiniStar product lines at the Global Gaming Expo Asia.

The company will be on stand #751 with its latest products, functionality, and newly licensed side bets.

Michael Hu, Vice President of Asia at Interblock said: “Asia is one of Interblock’s fastest-growing markets, and continues to lead the ETG segment in record numbers with large-scale product placements.

“Interblock Stadium is one of many products we can offer casinos for their players. We are delighted to be exhibiting at the G2E Asia show once again with new innovations designed to deliver incremental revenue for casino operators.”

The company’s new eTable offers Baccarat in a five-seat configuration and allows operators to simply press a button to change the game to play with or without a live dealer. If the operator chooses to have a dealer, the dealer presses a button to initiate and confirm the game.

This option gives gaming operators the flexibility to generate revenue with or without a dealer, depending on their needs and preferences throughout the week or time of day. The eTable can also support Blackjack games and Interblock side bets.

Other features on display at Interblock’s stand will include Diamond Video Blackjack and Baccarat, with 3-D Virtual Dealers and functionality that will allow players to wager on multiple side bets at a time.

Newly licensed side bets, including Galaxy Gaming’s 21 + 3 side bet and Seven Gaming LTD’s Lucky Lucky side bet, will be displayed on the Diamond Video Blackjack game.

The G2E Asia show follows Inteblock’s recent placement of multiple Interblock Stadium installations, including an 84-seat Stadium at Okada Manila; a 50-seat Stadium at Resorts World Genting; a 40-seat Stadium at One Opera Hotel; and a 40-seat Stadium in New World Hotel.


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