With B3 machines still selling strong in both the bingo and AGC sectors, Blueprint Gaming has been closely monitoring player preferences to introduce new ideas
Ladbrokes chief Jim Mullen highlights potential job losses and bleak future for betting shops ahead of the proposed B2 max stake drop. Ladbrokes chief
ICE Totally Gaming’s Dan Stone discusses his picks for unique experiences at this year’s exhibition. As the international industry prepares to meet in London, Dan
Should we be cutting tourism VAT, supporting the pinball industry or banning all chess players? These questions and more are asked (if not answered) in
Gambling consultant Steve Donoughue argues that by keeping the industry in the dark about the Triennial announcement the Government is marching to the beat of
Beyond a bit of catharsis, I take no particular delight in being compelled to return to the subject of the sorry state of Southern Rail.
Kevin Weir talks to Coinslot about the areas which Electrocoin – where he serves as business development director – are targeting in 2017, providing a
In September, Merlin warned of lay offs at its flagship Alton Towers and a decline in revenue of over 10 percent. However, having weathered the
A Dutch designer has invented a new theme park ride which purports to amend its scare level based on the rider’s heart rate and muscle tension With
The UK amusements and low stake gaming industry contributes close to £2bn to UK GDP, supports the employment of 34,000 people and pays some £270m
In an excerpt from her speech at the Raising Standards conference, GC chief executive Sarah Harrison lays out her vision for the British gambling industry.
With the Triennial Review pushed back “by what looks like at least six months”, Barclays and industry analysts have made predictions for the months ahead.
The Bingo Association will consider the impact of Brexit, the new £1 coin, social responsibility, and a growing number of concepts such as Bingo Bongos
The leisure and hospitality industry are gravely concerned at the employment prospects of a Brexit Britain. With such a strong support from overseas workers, the
Domestic tourism figures are showing a rise pollsters are saying, which gives further cause for optimism around the UK’s leisure and amusements sector. The
The UK’s largest independent supplier of gaming and amusement equipment, Select Gaming, has embraced Cloud technology as part of a major investment. Select Gaming has
Blueprint Machines has confirmed that ‘a significant order’ has been placed for King of Games digital Category C machines by leading independent operator Essex Leisure.
With an increase in visitors to the region, operators in the South West created exciting Easter promotions to make the most of the bank holiday
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has revealed the name of the new £16.25m rollercoaster, Icon, which will open next year. The ride, which had gone under
In its first media interview since entering administration, Sands Heritage presented a bold vision for the future of Margate’s seaside amusement park. Dreamland Margate
A brand new eight-lane bowling alley has opened in Seaton Carew, Hartlepool after Yorkshire Bank provided a funding package for a complete premises re-fit.
Born out of need in 2007, Crown’s Northern Showcase has evolved over the years to fulfill the changing demands of the industry, positioning itself as
An industry’s reputation is only as strong as its weakest link, and with casino operators joining the call, the verdict is unanimously in favour of
Proposals to transform the former Dunluce Centre in Portrush into a vast family entertainment venue have been unveiled. Proposals to the tune of £9m
G-Squared Games has reached an important milestone in its history this week with the production of its 5000th machine. The manufacturer released its first
The Home Office is looking into plans for short term visas for young EU nationals to support the hospitality industry post-Brexit. Ministers are considering
With prime minister Theresa May announcing a general election only six weeks away, industry stakeholders suggest the elusive Triennial Review will “almost certainly” be slipping
Three issues ago Coinslot reported claims that versions of the new £1 trial coins and subsequent variations of the circulation coin differed in specification. While
The pursuit of a fun experience and the chance to win money, have been identified as the two most important motivations for UK amusement machine
BANDAI NAMCO Amusement Europe Ltd. has reported phenomenal interest in its range of Super Girl DC Comics plush characters. A new range of DC
This year’s instalment of Crown Leisure’s Northern Showcase is set to land at Wellington Park, Burlington Gardens, Leyland, Lancashire, for two days of networking and
An ‘extremely busy weekend’ in Skegness was dampened by major road traffic in the town, with the council run pier car park being at the