Bringing its modern jukebox solutions to the Irish Gaming Show as part of the Q Leisure stand, NSM’s presence was not to be underestimated despite its smaller show floor footprint.
Whilst the early year trade shows allow grandstands the space to showcase rafts of machine placements, Ireland’s premier gaming expo provides those in attendance with a more focused, interpersonal space in which to do business.
Making the most of this, Leeds based NSM Music brought a collection of its solutions to Dublin, with its internet connectivity systems drawing particular attention.
Matt Tennent, service manager, who was representing NSM UK on the Q Leisure stand, said: “We had a good response to our 32” storm jukebox which resulted in a good confirmed orders, all our customers complimented us on our Irish content and the easy of delivery when the box is connected to the internet.”
Earlier this year at EAG the company made light of two work-in-progress machines on display, representing an evolution of the company’s core unit offering that is slated to be market ready by mid-2018, a time by which the company may already have ushered in a seachange of offering.
This focus on innovation throughout the NSM portfolio is not to leave the present wanting however, and Brian McCluskey from Q Leisure commented how the company’s current solutions are an absolute must for operators right at this instant: “Every jukebox out in Ireland should take advantage of NSM’s technology and connect to the internet, it not only saves time travelling to sites, but also expenses.”