Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tag: Category C

Bolton pub receives approval for third gaming machine

Northern Way Pub Bolton Gaming Machine approva
Bolton’s Northern Way pub is to install a new Cat C gaming machine after the council’s licencing committee unanimously approved its application on 12 Nov..

Blueprint: British in focus, global in outlook

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Gavin Wright, head of UK sales at Blueprint Machines, sheds light on the company’s multi-sector successes and how it is well positioned to stay on the forefront of the digital gaming market. Coinslot: What factors influence your decisions when it comes to digital content design? Gavin Wright: “Blueprint Machines are the UK market leader in digital content and responsible for delivering...

Deal Or No Deal: Still the Governor

Deal Or No Deal hit the UK’s TV screens in 2005 and ran for 11 years – six days a week. Its unprecedented success as the nation’s favourite game show was replicated in the gambling sphere as well, with the licence lending itself to multiple channels in the online, LBO, AGC, bingo and of course pub retail sectors. The iconic...

Blueprint take King of Games right into the heart of Essex

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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. The deal follows continued joint development, which has cemented the strong performance of the compendium games. King of Games is the UK market leader for digital Category C, with over 4000 units sited by the end...

Manufacturers urged to find millennial appeal

Manufacturers of Category C gaming machines have been urged to develop more products that target the millennial generation. The call came from James Sharpe, national contracts manager of Star Pubs, who said the strategy was necessary to ensure the sector remained relevant to a new demographic of players. Having first aired the sentiment during a panel discussion at November’s BACTA Convention,...