EGT’s brand-new & unique Cai Fu Tian Jiang linked-progressive concept has made its German debut and is now entertaining and delighting the players of Spielbank Bad Homburg, one of Germany’s most traditional casinos located in the state of Hessia.
Housed in the sleek and elegant G 50 J2 Up cabinet, one of the newest members in EGT’s General Series hardware lineup, the three Asian-themed game titles Incredible Lanterns, Pearls of Wealth and Expanded Riches take players frequently on a journey into their individual free spin rounds offering exciting Hold & Respin features, increasing multipliers and expanding wild symbols.
The 50-inch vertical J-curved display with integrated touch screen functionality and numerous ergonomic features provides an unforgettable and bright gaming experience which reaches its peak during the jackpot feature round, where players actively chase and turn Golden Coins for jackpots, bonuses and credit prizes that literally “rain” across the whole screen and can be won multiple times.
“When we presented EGT’s new action-packed linked-progressive concept inside this beautiful looking new cabinet to the decision makers of Spielbank Bad Homburg, they immediately expressed their interest to add that strong combination to their casino floor. Only a few months later we are very proud and satisfied to see that Cai Fu Tian Jiang has quickly won the hearts of their players,” said Emilia Tomachinska, Managing Director of E-Systems, EGT’s distributor in the German speaking regions of Europe.
Representatives of Spielbank Bad Homburg also expressed their happiness about the addition of Cai Fu Tian Jiang, which is already the second successful linked-progressive concept from EGT on their casino floor after the installation of Fu Gui Rong Hua in 2017. They also stated that all of EGT’s products – linked-progressives and multigames – are very well accepted by their players in general, which is a serious achievement in the highly-competitive German market.
This installation has strengthened once again the fruitful long-term collaboration between Spielbank Bad Homburg, EGT, and E-Systems, which started all the way back in 2008 and has been growing ever since.