The AsianGames Network deploys the Bonus system to properly reward the players. This will enable the licensees to: create bonus templates, issue bonus automatically, and cancel bonuses. The release of bonuses to players is according to the templates set, ensuring the licensees that the bonuses will not be abused.
The system promotes player longevity and operational sustainability.
January 15 to April 17, 2013 – Players earn points and win thousands of dollars in cash by playing in any of the qualified Mahjong zones. The more points they earn – the more cash they get. Plus, additional cash prize is given to those at the top of the rank.
The highest scoring player will be crowned… The Emperor of Games.
Players can now create and open their own tables to play with selected friends. A necessary addition to AsianGames’ features for prudent players who prefer to play against people they know. Or simply allow friends to bond over a game or two.
Upon popular demand, the 2-Player mahjong is now available in the AsianGames network. Players can now enjoy the same Mass Rule in an exciting one-on-one setting.
The 2-player mahjong is popular among many mahjong players because of its fast-paced and collusion-free environment.
AsianGames network is proud to welcome Fun88 as a licensee to the network; Joining DafaGames, the AsianGames Network now constitutes of two major players in the online gaming industry and is expected to grow even further.
AsianGames Network is now offering another great new game to be added to the existing Mah-Jong options; Do Di Zou, a widely popular and social game around China is now available in 2 gaming zones: Mini stakes (0.25 RMB) and 2 RMB zones.
A 3-player game, Do Di Zou games are quicker to play, and are well known in China as a game based on “Beating the landlord”, whereby 2 “Farmers” play together to beat the landlord player.