Gaming content provider GameArt announced that it has added new languages to its popular slots. 42 of the company’s games are now available in Korean, Chinese and Thai.

Asian markets are growing and developing fast, providing numerous opportunities for operators to conquer them. One of the most effective ways to attract audiences’ attention, engage players, and increase their loyalty is to offer games that support their native languages.

GameArt has made the task easier for operators who want to explore Korea, China, and Thailand by offering its popular slots in additional languages.

Here is the full list of games that are available in Chinese, Korean and Thai:

Chinese:

  • King of Monkeys;
  • Slot of Money;
  • Flaming Reels;
  • Four Symbols;
  • Chinese Zodiac;
  • King of Monkeys 2;
  • Joan of Arc;
  • Night at KTV;
  • Santa’s Farm.

Korean:

  • Kitty Twins;
  • Tesla;
  • DaVinci Codex;
  • Cleopatra;
  • Atlantis World;
  • Crystal Mystery;
  • Five Star Luxury;
  • More Cash;
  • Money Farm;
  • Dragon Lady;
  • Burning Flame;
  • Royal Gems;
  • Storming Flame;
  • Star Cash;
  • Jade Treasure;
  • 88 Riches;
  • King of Wealth;
  • Fortune Lions;
  • Ramses’ Treasure;
  • Caligula;
  • Golden Dragon;
  • Lucky Babies;
  • Three Kings;
  • Thunder Bird;
  • Magic Dragon;
  • Texas Rangers Reward;
  • Queen of the Seas;
  • Emperor’s Wealth;
  • El Toreo;
  • Money Farm 2;
  • Tiger Heart;
  • Spartan’s Legacy;
  • Castle Blood;
  • King of Monkeys;
  • Slot of Money;
  • Flaming Reels;
  • Four Symbols;
  • Chinese Zodiac;
  • King of Monkeys 2;
  • Joan of Arc;
  • Night at KTV;
  • Santa’s Farm.

Thai:

  • Slot of Money;
  • Flaming Reels;
  • Four Symbols;
  • Chinese Zodiac;
  • King of Monkeys 2;
  • Joan of Arc;
  • Night at KTV;
  • Santa’s Farm.