Sunday, January 23, 2022

Tag: Facebook

Respect, just a little bit: Llandudno Pier management speaks out against rude customers amid staff shortages

Llandudno Pier
After receiving abuse in the forms of screams and shouts from a “so-called lady”, management at Llandudno Pier took to Facebook to remind people to be patient and polite in the face of longer wait times caused by industry-wide staff shortages.

Bacta calls on the police and social media platforms to join campaign against unlicensed operators

Campaign against illegal machine sales auction social media
The mainstream industry is stepping up its campaign against illegal machine sales on social media and auction sites. One week after calling on the Gambling Commission to take control of the problem, Bacta has now turned to the police and online platforms to help drive illegal operators out of the marketplace.

Gambling Commission called to task over failure to tackle illegal machine sales online

Ebay Facebook illegal machine sales
It’s been a bone of contention for years, but Gambling Commission indifference to illegal machine sales online has now been brought to the top of the industry agenda. Trade association Bacta has called for action to stop sales of unlicensed machines on eBay, Facebook and other sites.

Gambling Commission partners with Facebook

Gambling Commission Facebook partnership
The Gambling Commission has partnered with Facebook to create guidance aimed at limiting the number of gambling-related adverts users see on the social media platform.

Introducing the Arcade & Pub Fraud Alert Group

Arcade Pub Fraud Alert Group
A pair of vigilant industry pals have set up a new Facebook group which is proving popular amongst operators eager to share the low-down on the latest security threats.

Licensed redemption: Just the ticket for repeat customers

Kent Amusements
Careful curation of select franchise prize goods has turned one-time players into long-term collectors at Kent Amusements in Newcastle, Northern Ireland. Two weeks ago, the announcement was made. Arcade supervisor Dominic O’Reilly of Kent Amusements, Co. Down, posted the news on the arcade’s Instagram and Facebook feeds. Rick and Morty plush - furry renditions of the acclaimed US Adult Swim...

Barry’s ‘Changing Places’ for the better

Barry’s Amusements in Portrush, N.Ireland has recently installed ‘Changing Places’ toilets for its disabled guests, much to the delight of its thirty thousand followers. At a significant cost to the operator, the new toilets represent an attitude of inclusivity and equality at Barry’s Amusements. They include a height adjustable adult sized changing bench, a hoist system, adequate changing area space, a...

Mr P’s set for “big seaside arcade adventure”

Mr P's Classic Amusements
It’s not just tourists heading to the coast this summer, but operators too, with Mr P’s Classic Amusements set to launch a new seaside FEC in the near future. But where will it be? The ‘Mr P’s Classic Amusements’ brand is going to expand into the seaside sector, with owners Dave and Amelia Douglas set to announce the new venue’s...

Escape Room attraction a hit for Skegness Pier

Coinslot - Escape Skegness Pier
A new Escape attraction that opened on Skegness Pier in time for the school summer holidays has already proved a hit with visitors to the Lincolnshire resort.   Escape Skegness is an escape room attraction that sees up to six people locked in one of two rooms and given 60 minutes to solve puzzles, riddles and identify clues in order to...