Gaming supplier Bally Technologies confirmed Thursday that the Macau Public Prosecutor's Office had found no evidence that its wholly-owned subsidiary SHFL entertainment infringed patents rights on one of its games.

Three companies - LT Game Limited Macau, LT Game Limited Hong Kong, and Paradise Entertainment (together LT Game) - had alleged patent infringement by SHFL during the 2012 Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia).

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