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  1. The Bonanza slot machine by Big Time Gaming is one of those highly anticipated online casino games, that people have been addicted to mainly because of the massive bonus rounds, free spins, scatters and much more.
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Be it a shopping mall or any other game, a person is always on the lookout for bonanzas. The Bonanza slot machine by Big Time Gaming is one of those highly anticipated online casino games, that people have been addicted to mainly because of the massive bonus rounds, free spins, scatters and much more. The game is a beautiful blend of classical and modern slots, as it mixes and matches the essence of the traditional casinos online, up-to-date symbols, innovative bonus rounds, and other mini-games, which help the player to maximize the gains.

One of the most striking features of this online real money casino games is the record and unique number of paylines that it has to offer. One can play Bonanza for real money or for free on a demo version. Sitting on a jaw-dropping 117649 paylines and five reels, the possibilities of matching and getting a fiver will always be on the highest side, and the in-game Wild symbols and bonuses will be at a sky-high rate. Bonanza has received some of the best casino slots reviews, because of the unique feature which makes the game high scoring.

Bonuses Galore at the Bonanza

A unique playing feature with almost an infinite number of paylines makes it quite easy to match similar symbols in Bonanza casino slot online and score a fiver. To top it up, there are a lot of free spins to be won, which can in turn award a new mini-game, where the user can multiply the cash that is to be won by a large number. The free spins play comes in handy when the symbols are not matching, but that is definitely not prevalent in this game. There are a few Wild symbols which can substitute all the other symbols to form a fiver, and a few scatter symbols, which can trigger the mini-game and help the user to capitalize more (if invested more) on the wins. There are no progressive jackpots, but it is very well made for all the features that this game has to offer.

Keeping the Bonanza Deal Simple

Having discussed the bonuses of the game, let us run through some of the other features.

  • Low-end Betting: With a slot like this with bonuses and scatters galore, one would expect the betting range to be very high. Instead, Big Time Gaming has kept the minimum amount as 0.2 to a maximum of only twenty (dollars, euros, and pounds).
  • Simple Engine and theme: With a lot of paylines, such slot would invariably lag at some machines, if not most. However, Bonanza has a simple thematic appearance, which consumes less memory, and an optimized engine to keep the process running smoothly.
  • High Scatters: This game is one of the very few online casino games, which features a high number of Scatter symbols, compared to the typical number of one. The letters G, O, L and D are the scatters and can award the player free spins and enable them to win big amounts of money.

Big Bonanza Verdict

Bonanza has been showered with love through the world, having received more than 96% RTP slots. That is quite evident with some of the game’s most unique features ever to be introduced in the online casinos games. Big bonuses, massive multipliers, and a simple way to score big- what more will an online slot gamer ask for? You can either play Bonanza slot machine online or visit any of the Big Time Gaming casinos for a better experience.

A Yaskawa-manufactured industrial robot stands on display at an exhibition in Shanghai in November 2013.

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Nikkei Asia — China is leaning harder than ever on automation as a way to keep production lines going while also preventing the spread of the coronavirus, and the resulting demand for robots and related equipment is luring investments from Japanese equipment makers.

The trend in China, where orders placed with Japanese machine tool makers increased 23.5% in value in 2020 from the previous year, comes in contrast to that in other industrialized countries, where orders for Japanese automation equipment are falling fast.

Japan’s Yaskawa Electric is to spend 4 billion yen ($38.53 million) to 5 billion yen to build a plant on a 90,000 square meter plot in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, where it plans to start making servomotors and controllers for industrial robots in fiscal 2022.

Daifuku, a top maker of automation and logistics solutions, has set aside nearly 4 billion yen to build a plant in Suzhou, Jiangsu, to produce conveyors for use in the clean rooms where semiconductors and LCD panels are made, starting in 2023. Although demand for computer chip-related equipment fluctuates greatly, Daifuku decided on the new plant so it can be ready when demand increases.

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SMC, a leading maker of pneumatic control equipment for factory automation, decided late last year to set up a holding company to preside over its China operations. The envisioned company will centrally manage funds earned by subsidiaries so the money can be flexibly used for capital spending.

While Chinese orders placed with Japanese machine tool makers increased 23.5% last year, the Japanese companies suffered concurrent falls of 27.5% in orders from the U.S. and 45.6% from Europe, according to the Japan Machine Tool Builders’ Association. In December, orders from China soared 2.8 times year-on-year, while those from the U.S. and Europe decreased.

The pandemic has buoyed certain industries, and in China makers of electric vehicles, semiconductors, base stations for 5G high-speed mobile networks and other advanced technological products are on an investment spree.

Automatization, which had already been rapidly spreading, is gaining even more pace as factory operators look to prevent Covid-19 infections.

The Chinese government’s subsidies for investment in automatization are also contributing to the rapid recovery in demand for the necessary equipment.

From last March through May, Yaskawa received fewer orders from its Japanese, U.S., European and Chinese clients than it did during the year-earlier quarter. But in the following quarter, orders from China increased 13%. In the next three months, there was a 28% gain in orders from China, while those from Japan and the Americas continued their decline.

Yaskawa produces an annual 18,000 production line robots in Changzhou, receiving deliveries of motors and other parts from its plants in Shenyang, Liaoning province, and elsewhere. It hopes to cut logistics costs and speed up deliveries with the new factory.

In addition, Yaskawa will adjust the marketing of the products made at its Shenyang factory to better meet the growing demand for motors that go into devices other than robots.

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China remains vigilant of Covid-19 following the discovery of a new variant in Beijing. But companies nevertheless expect China to maintain its fast pace of economic recovery, especially in relation to other industrialized nations. As such, they are rushing to solidify their operations in the country and expect to capitalize as demand grows for labor-saving and noncontact equipment in the post-Covid era.

This story was first published by Nikkei Asia

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