Crown debuts Thaumic gaming terminal and Lets Go Bingo pusher at ACOS

Dean Harding Crown Leisure Lets Go Bingo pusher ACOS 2021
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Proving to be Crown’s jewels at this year’s ACOS, Thaumic from Novomatic and Lets Go Bingo pusher garnered plenty of interest at their first ever outing, with Dean Harding, managing director at Crown Leisure, commenting on strong sales and the all-round good mood in the air at the ILEC Conference Centre.

 

Crown Leisure showcased Thaumic, a new B3 from Novomatic, and Lets Go Bingo pusher for the first time at this year’s Autumn Coin Op Show, with an optimistic atmosphere on the show floor leading to positive results for the industry stalwart supplier.

Managing director Dean Harding confirmed that interest in both debuts was high at the Crown Leisure stand, with both products impressing their target market segment.

“Thaumic was presented with two different suites of B3 content, Magic Games and NovoLine. Both were an instant hit with customers and sales were strong,” detailed Harding. “Lets Go Bingo pusher has performed very strongly across the summer and there is a lot of interest from customers in looking for a new offer on 10p play for the main FEC floor.”

The ILEC Conference Centre proved to be a great venue, he added, praising the show organisers for putting together the first amusements industry event in more than 18 months.

“We came away from ACOS very happy. Lots of customers were in a very positive frame of mind,” noted Harding. “While Covid is very much still with us, levels of business for our customers since they have reopened have been good and I think there is a general feeling that the 2022 season will continue in this way.”

Harding added that while operational challenges in the form of staff shortages and supply chain issues remained a major talking point at the event, the mood was positive and operators enjoyed the opportunity to catch up in person after so long apart. Looking forward, however, the event calendar is as busy as ever for Crown Leisure, who will be flying across the pond before heading back to London for the larger EAG expo in January.

IAAPA, Orlando next month is the next key date for us,” concluded Harding. “This will help us finalise our plans for EAG and what promises to be a very good show in Jan 2022.”

 

 


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