The Blueprint team has celebrated a successful ACOS that saw a number of its products receive considerable customer interest ahead of the new year.
Blueprint Machines enjoyed an extremely positive ACOS show with customers particularly interested in the offer to upgrade their machines to the iconic Deal or No Deal (DOND) branded Game-pack on Alpha Star and Genie cabinets.
Previously, this high performing Cat C 25 game compilation – with a performance index currently at 124 percent, driving impressive weekly cash box averages – was only available on new Alpha Star purchases.
The menu offers Deal or No Deal branded games: such as Deal or No Deal Diamond Jack- pots and Deal or No Deal What’s In Your Box, together with Blueprint’s pedigree of pub-content that delivers titles including Luck Of The Irish Hot Slot, Monkey Business Gold and Worms, plus more exciting ongoing Deal or No Deal releases such as DOND Bar X.
“We made the decision to allow customers the opportunity to upgrade to Deal or No Deal without the need of purchasing a new Alpha Star cabinet as part of our commitment to ensure customers gain the opportunity to display our leading content and to make the most of the UK’s favourite gaming licence,” said sales manager Gavin Wright.
In addition, Blueprint unveiled its Paws of Fury community game to the Community Cash Vault compendium.
“We have tested Paws of Fury within the Praesepe estate (our Gauselmann sister company) and the feedback has been extremely positive. We continue to build on our compendium of successful Community Cash Vault titles. Included in the same October launch will be our New Deal or No Deal Community game and I am extremely confident that we will yet again deliver on the expectations of our loyal Blue- print fan base,” commented James Lowe,content manager.
On the first night of ACOS, Blueprint hosted a party for industry friends and customers at the iconic Bluebird restaurant on the Kings Road, Chelsea. “The Blueprint party has become something of a tradition now at the shows and this one did not disappoint,” said Simon Barff, managing director of Blueprint Machines. “Thanks to Nicola Wallbank and the team for organising an excellent evening that reflected the great atmosphere of the ACOS show and allowed everyone to relax in style.”