In the Philippines, Tiger Resort Leisure And Entertainment Incorporated has reportedly premiered the Stadium automated multi-player electronic table games concept from innovator Interblock inside its new Okada Manila integrated casino resort.
The brainchild of Japanese businessman Kazuo Okada, who is reportedly worth approximately $1.77 billion thanks to his exploits in the slot and pachinko sectors of his home nation in the 1980s, the 369,428 sq ft first phase of Okada Manila fully opened less than two weeks ago with more than 3,000 slots alongside in excess of 500 gaming tables.
According to a report from Asia Gaming Brief, Okada Manila, which is located in Manila’s three-square-mile Entertainment City district, now additionally features a 94-seat Stadium from Interblock offering games of baccarat, roulette and sic-bo via a trio of dealer-assisted generators each complete with 27-inch high-definition displays.
“We are thrilled to partner with Okada Manila in bringing this revolutionary Stadium gaming experience to its casino floor,” Michael Hu, Asia Vice-President for Interblock, told Asia Gaming Brief. “We are excited to continue our relationship with Okada Manila not only as partners but as its electronic table games vendor of choice.”
Okada Manila is currently the largest integrated casino resort in the Philippines with its five-star and two-wing hotel featuring 993 rooms while electronic table games fans can now reportedly utilize the Stadium concept to place wagers on individual or multiple games.
Asia gaming Brief reported that the Stadium deal moreover saw Interblock deploy a pair of its eight-seat automated roulette configurations to bring its total installation inside the Manila venue to in excess of 100 units.
“Interblock’s Stadiums let operators maximize their floor space by adding incremental play stations, dealer assist, automated and video generators based on their footprint availability [to give] casinos, racinos and gaming lounges an exciting new way to attract players,” read a statement from Interblock.