RTG Asia unleashes San Guo Zheng Ba

The company revealed the first of the next generation of RTG slots, San Guo Zheng Ba.

China.- The Asian arm of Real Time Gaming, RTG Asia, has unveiled its new slot San Guo Zheng Ba, which is the first of the next generation from the company.

Over 1800 years ago and the Three Kingdoms War still resonates in hearts as a turning point for China, a terrible, wonderful, astounding period of Chinese history, brought to life through Luo Guanzhong’s magnificent and nearly 700 year old masterpiece, 三國演義 (Romance of Three Kingdoms, 三国演义). Now, for the first time in history, RTG Asia brings this essential story to a compelling new game, San Guo Zheng Ba.

“You know how this story ends… but as you battle it out, the Golden Dragon appears on reel 3, making that reel wild. And when three or more scatters, represented by the ultimate winner, the Emperor, you are rewarded with five San Guo Zheng Ba Free Games. Here your ally the Golden Dragon may appear on reels 3, 4 and/or 5, adding to your riches. Free Games end with more free spins, “God Spins,” where the more the Emperor appears, the more free spins you get,” explains RTG Asia.

“No Red Cliffs to climb and you don’t need 140,000 soldiers behind you. March proudly into San Guo Zheng Ba, you will emerge victorious!”

San Guo Zheng Ba is the latest RTG Asia game specifically designed for the Asian market. With a new level of animation (three levels from the background to in the reels and beyond the reels), this five-reel, fifty line game pays up to 50,000 times our bet per line. Bet 12.5 RMB, win up to 650,000 RMB.

“San Guo Zheng Ba is really the first of our ‘Next Generation’ Asian games,” Charlotte Tang, CEO of RTG Asia said. “The team really tried to get into our history AND make history on their own as the first truly graphically multi-dimensional game in the RTG catalog. Looking forward to seeing how our operators, growing by the day now after an amazing G2E, and their players embrace this exciting new game.”

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