In with the new: Fun Zone FEC ready for action

Blackpool’s Fun Zone Family Entertainment Centre is preparing to open its doors for the first time this May, offering an arcade, play area and inflatable adventure park all under one roof.

Orders galore as World of Rides customers stock up for gilt-edged...

As Britain’s bounding vaccination roll-out brightens the light at the end of the tunnel, operators from all different sectors have been calling on World of Rides to replenish their attractions, with general manager David Robinson convinced that the season to come will kickstart the industry back to life.

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Virtual reality specialist Immotion Group unveils new share issue

Virtual Reality entertainment specialist Immotion Group has announced a new share agreement, as the company looks to recover from the effect of Coronavirus on the attractions industry.

TITO has taken over in the AGC sector, says Playsafe Systems

Ticket In Ticket Out has been taking off over the last 12 months as AGC operators prepare for their grand reopenings, with Playsafe Systems’ Iain Lunt explaining that even the most faithful cash-only operators have finally turned to TITO.

SB Machines launches three new children’s rides for 2021

SB Machines are getting ready for the industry’s reopening. And it’s an impressive return to action for the Porthcawl company with three new launches for the anticipated summer boom.

Sega Amusements confirms management buyout

The management of Sega Amusements International Ltd has announced a buyout from Sega Corporation, with the company set to continue the brand’s market expansion outside Japan.

Falgas falls into insolvency

Leading Spanish kiddie ride manufacturer Falgas International has entered administration, one of many suppliers to have been hit by the collapse of the global hospitality industry.

Preparing children’s rides for the grand reopening

With the 2021 summer season shaping up to be a busy one for the UK’s seasonal holiday operators, World of Rides is already working extra staggered shifts in order to meet the high demand for their 12v and 24v battery rides.

Lincoln set for “unique” new arcade venture

Lincoln is set to welcome a new entertainment and gaming centre in the form of The Arcade Warehouse, which is ready to open its doors as soon as restrictions allow.

World of Rides prepares for staycation demand

With attractions preparing to reopen as of next month, children’s ride manufacturer World of Rides is gearing up for a stellar season, with sales manager Andrew Robinson explaining just what sets the family-owned manufacturer apart.

Playsafe Systems: Cash’s pain is TITO’s gain

The accelerated decline of cash usage in the UK has led to an uptake in ticket-in ticket-out (TITO) systems, according to solutions provider Playsafe Systems.

Ready to re-open with cashless? Consumers will expect the option from...

As more and more retail operations increasingly implement cashless systems ahead of reopening to the public, OKTO’s Director of Gaming Simon Dorsen spoke to Coinslot about how the fintech firm’s digital payment solution, OKTO.WALLET has been specifically designed with the leisure and hospitality industry’s main concerns in mind; user friendly, affordability, security and social responsibility as well as the universality that consumers are craving for.

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Orders galore as World of Rides customers stock up for gilt-edged...

As Britain’s bounding vaccination roll-out brightens the light at the end of the tunnel, operators from all different sectors have been calling on World of Rides to replenish their attractions, with general manager David Robinson convinced that the season to come will kickstart the industry back to life.

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Is it time to separate the Gambling Commission into land-based and...

Confidence in the regulatory focus at the Gambling Commission is diminishing amongst the land-based sector as amusements operators find themselves weighed down by online-crafted enquiries. Some are now questioning whether the regulator should be split into two: one for land-based operations, the other for online.