PacificNet unveils new products

4 June 2008

MACAU, China -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- PacificNet Inc.
(Nasdaq: PACT), a leading provider of e-commerce and gaming technology in
China, today unveiled two brand new products in its eTable series product
line at the G2E Asia in Macau. eTable Roulette and eTable Sic Bo join the
highly successful eTable Baccarat multi-player, automated electronic table
games. eTable Baccarat is currently available at a number of casinos around
Macau including the Lisboa, Jai Alai and the New Century Hotel, under the
SJM and Galaxy license. PACT's subsidiary, PACT Game, will also exhibit and unveil its latest gaming
products at the show.

The eTable series are hybrid gaming tables combining the best of both
traditional table games and video slot machines to speed up play, increase
efficiency and improve the overall player experience. Wagering is done
electronically via touch-screen betting, eliminating the hassle of making
change, payouts, etc. This can drastically increase hands played per hour.

The eTable series multi-player table games offer high quality
craftsmanship constructed of top-quality wood and leather in a competitive
price range. The machines offer many custom settings giving flexibility in
betting increments, currencies and languages and offer a number of security
and reporting features which assist in dispute resolution and overall game
security. Optional progressive and mystery jackpots are also available.

'I am looking forward to speaking at the G2E Asia, the largest gaming
show in Asia, and presenting our latest multi-player eTable games to the
Asian gaming operators and customers,' said Tony Tong, Chairman and CEO of
PacificNet. 'We've always felt that we have a very good pulse on the needs
and wants of the Asian gamer which I will speak about at the event. We will
also be displaying our gaming products at this event and I cordially invite
everyone to stop by booth 1620 to see our newest products and compare them
to competitors. I think operators, shareholders and players will like what
they see.'

Related Links
Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia 2008