Bulldog’s ‘staggeringly good’ performance and stellar service seal the deal for SuperBowl UK

Sega Superbowl UK Bulldog
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The cash box and stellar service provided by the most exciting and innovative pusher and redemption brand in the UK, Bulldog Games, have been heralded by Sega Amusements International following the successful installation of a Monopoly 8-Player Pusher within SuperBowl UK’s number one venue in Merthyr Tydfil.

The income generated by the licensed Monopoly branded pusher, has, according to David Barnham, Operations Manager at Sega, been ‘staggeringly good’ since the machine was installed earlier this year. “The machine had been on my radar for a year and following a good report from 2018 we went ahead. Bulldog’s customer service was excellent. Peter (Collinge) and his team went the extra mile by personally installing the machine onsite, which went off without a hitch and we’re now reaping the benefits.”

Sega will be monitoring the pusher at Merthyr Tydfil through to April before compiling a full performance report, after which David is confident the company will look to place additional orders across the SuperBowl UK estate. “Looking forward, we’ve got a lot of plans for injection and SuperBowl UK has big expansion plans with another four locations scheduled to open this year alone.”

“The Monopoly 8-Player Pusher is a great product which looks amazing and the branding is what sets it apart. When you set the Monopoly pusher against traditional five-year-old pushers, it’s bright, gleaming and draws your attention which is obviously vital for operators as we work hard to earn the leisure spend of our customers.”

Commenting on the appeal of Bulldog’s high quality, branded products he added: “The Monopoly 8-Player Pusher is a great product which looks amazing and the branding is what sets it apart. When you set the Monopoly pusher against traditional five-year-old pushers, it’s bright, gleaming and draws your attention which is obviously vital for operators as we work hard to earn the leisure spend of our customers.”


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