LT Game launches two new slot machine games at MGS – Inside Asian Gaming

LT Game, a subsidiary of Paradise Entertainment Limited, unveiled at MGS on Tuesday two new slot machine games called “Street Steel” and “Hulunbuir Grassland”.
“Street Steel”, inspired by Macau local specialties, was designed and produced by Shaun Ruddy, an internationally renowned custom motorcycle builder who has won many international awards.
The slot is themed on heavy motorbikes and related accessories, boasting a “dark street” style and rocking music aimed at keeping players engaged.
The other new release, “Hulunbuir Grassland”, is set amongst the scenery of Hulunbuir Prairie, the birthplace of many nomadic herdsmen in the northern part of mainland China. The slot was created by LT Games in co-operation with Master Wulantoga, a well-known composer in China.
Dr Jay Chun, Co-chairman and Managing Director of Paradise Entertainment, said, “Due to the pandemic, MGS was suspended in 2020 and could only be held in the form of online activities in 2021 and 2022. Now all events have return in the form of new physical events.
“As a high-tech enterprise, Paradise Entertainment will continue to focus on high-tech investments, research and development, and will continue to innovate and launch new high-tech products.”
With more than five years’ experience working as a journalist in Macau, Pierce is an experienced media operator with strong skills in news writing and editing. He previously worked with Exmoo, first as a reporter covering government, gaming and tourism-related stories, then as a Deputy Assignment Editor helping set the agenda of the day. Pierce is a graduate of the University of Macau.
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