Eurotek to showcase Closed Loop version of Pharaoh’s Golden Tickets pusher

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Allowing operators to offer 2,3,4,5,7 or 10p play on Pharoah’s Golden Tickets, Eurotek will exhibit a new Closed Loop version of its popular highly popular pusher at this year’s EAG, along with a new Count Dracula game and all-cash versions of its pushers for non-redemption sites. David Ellis explains.

 

Coinslot: It’s been a stuttering start to 2022 due to Omicron, but you must be excited at the prospect of getting back on the showfloor and getting down to talking business again?

David Ellis EurotekDave Ellis: Thankfully with our ever expanding range of pusher games we’ve been busy since last September and remain so.

It will of course be great to be face to face again and close out yet more deals.

CS: Looking to EAG, can you give us an idea of what visitors will be seeing on your stand this year?

DE: Since developing our first pusher in 2020, the very successful Pharaoh’s Golden Tickets, which we still make today, we’ve launched three more titles and a Closed Loop version too. All will be on display.

CS: Now the sales pitch – what are the ‘must-have’ reasons for customers looking to buy some of your products at EAG?

DE: At Eurotek at think we’ve built a reputation for great value games that stand the test of time. They’re high earning and they retain great second hand value. Let’s face it, if that’s all true and I’ll let the individual customers answer that for themselves, why wouldn’t you get another piece at EAG?

CS: Can you talk us through some of the new innovations and promotions that we should be looking out for at EAG?

Eurotek AladdinDE: The new kid on the block for us is the Closed Loop version of the traditional four player pusher. It takes all coins which buys credits on the game. It allows the operator to offer 2,3,4,5,7 or 10p play. It’s early doors as of now but with 20 or so in the field currently on 3p play we are seeing some remarkable results.

CS: Hopefully we’ve got a clear run at trading for this year, in terms of product and development, what’s your focus in the coming months?

DE: Keeping up with the deliveries is a challenge. We always thought we were up to speed with our supply chain issues but relentlessly things catch you out. That said we can generally deliver new pushers in three to four weeks even now.

We will also be introducing a new Count Dracula game on our pusher along with two player wall cabinet versions of all and all cash versions for non-redemption sites.


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