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Aristocrat's Lightning Link sees success in Mexico

6 February 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Just a little more than year since lightning first struck in Mexico, Aristocrat's Lightning Link game has risen to the top and is now one of the most popular casino games in the Mexican market.

"We are delighted with the strong performance of Lightning Link in Mexico and look forward to releasing additional game titles to ensure our customers have more choice and the very best product available," said Carlos Carrión, Sales and Operations Director for Mexico.

Lightning Link is popular with players and with casino operators throughout Mexico, and this success mirrors the game's popularity in gaming jurisdictions around the world. For example, in the U.S., several casinos have created "Lightning Link Lounges" — spaces on the casino floor dedicated exclusively to Lightning Link games.

Additionally, in the latest Eilers-Fantini Quarterly U.S. Slot Survey, slot directors from across North America ranked Lightning Link as the No. 1 premium leased game in the market. Aristocrat games filled the survey's top three leased game spots, with Lightning Link at No. 1, Buffalo Grand at No. 2, and Dragon Link at No. 3.

Lightning Link is a progressive accumulated system that combines multi-denomination, games of 25 or 50 lines, plus a progressive accumulated by bank and by machine to prizes fixed jackpots. The four games currently available in the Mexican market are Magic Pearl, High Stakes, Sahara Gold and Happy Lantern.

Building on the success of these four titles, Aristocrat anticipates releasing four additional titles in Mexico in the coming months. The new titles — Best Bet, Moon Race, Heart Throb and Tiki Fire — will give players additional entertainment options.

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