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ATMs being removed from pubs, AGCs and FECs, reports Bacta

ATM Machine
ATMs are being removed from pubs, AGCs and FECs due to changes in commercial terms, according to Bacta, reporting information coming in from its members. To get to the bottom of the issue, the trade body has contacted the UK Treasury, which is currently in the process of producing a report on ‘cash and digital payments’ after consulting interested parties...

The stalwarts of Bridlington

Shaws Premier Amusements
While big chains such as McDonalds, Woolworths and Marks and Spencer have all fallen off Bridlington’s busiest high street, amusements arcades such as Shaws Premier Amusements have remained stalwart. But for how much longer? With a beautiful harbour, two sandy beaches and several stately FECs, Bridlington has always been one of the most popular resorts alongYorkshire’s coastline - but businesses...

The Bulldog Games range licensed to entertain

Tony Glanville
Monopoly is just one of the licences that RLMS is pushing into the marketplace with major success. But Ben Bones and Hamster’s Ball also are making their mark as impressively. Pushers are playing a central role in developing whole family spend for operators, according to RLMS Sales, exclusive distributors of the Bulldog Games brand. “When we are discussing the family market...

Arcade revenue rises as sector shows “high levels of resilience”

Coinslot-FEC AGC
While only rising marginally to £423.2m in gross gambling yield, the ‘arcade sector’ is showing “high levels of resilience” under increasing costs and rising inflation. AGCs and FECs together recorded £423.2m in gross gambling yield (GGY) between the period October 2016 - September 2017, up marginally from £421.8m between the period April 2016 - March 2017,according to the Gambling Commission. Analysing the...

“Competition is good”: Operators anticipate LBO entrance to AGC market

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With the maximum stake on FOBTs set to be cut to £2, high-street operators are anticipating the arrival of LBOs on the AGC sector’s shores. But is this potential invasion a threat, or just healthy competition? Operators on Britain’s high streets are anticipating the arrival of LBOs in the AGC market following the DCMS’ decision to reduce the maximum stake...

Redemption reigns supreme

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Redemption has been rising in prominence and performance for FECs for some time, and over on the Kentish coast, manager of Playtime Amusements Steve Dawson believes its influence now dominates the seaside sector.   Operating three FECs on the Kentish coast, Cain’s Amusements is expanding its redemption offering in Coin Castle, one of its two Leysdown-on-Sea venues, in preparation for the...

Luton to welcome new family entertainment centre

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  A new family entertainment centre is to open in Luton next month, bolstering the town’s leisure offering just before the school breaks begin to boost the market.   Funtura, a new entertainment centre, is set to open in Luton next month promising fun for all the family featuring a range of arcade games, bumper cars, a soft play area and various...

Lucky 13 for Embed and Nickels and Dimes’ Tilt Studios

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The Tilt Studio premiere FECs chain, owned by Nickels and Dime’s, is opening a number of new venues to be fitted by Embed this summer taking the total number to 13.   With three new Tilt Studio locations opening in Hawaii in the next month, Nickels and Dimes continues to rely on Embed as their preferred cashless, point of sale and...

Luigi’s Mansion arcade “well worth the investment”

Luigi's Mansion arcade
The Nintendo licenced Luigi’s Mansion Arcade has received impressive feedback from operators for its strong family appeal and earnings at a number of FECs across the world. Delighted by the performance of Luigi’s Mansion Arcade, Sydney Fernandez-Fasi from Fun Factory Inc. said: “Our Luigi’s Mansion games have been very steady and strong. They consistently rank in the #1 or #2...

6th annual RAAPA summer forum coming to Minsk

Coinslot - RAAPA Minsk
The Russian Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (RAAPA) is holding its 6th international summer forum in Belarus’s capital Minsk on July 12 -14.   It will be displaying the latest amusement rides and entertainment equipment, whilst also providing a forum for leisure and park professionals to network and exchange ideas. There will also be a variety of presentations and seminars, informative...

Moving towards a seamless player experience

Coinslot - Cashless Solution Steve Short Bandai Namco experience
An increased focus on a streamlined user experience and retail-grade prizes has led to a redemption boom, according to sales manager at Bandai Namco, Steve Short, and going forward signs look just as positive.   What products, or innovations is Bandai Namco bringing to the redemption market? “BNAE has always innovated in this sector, because we could see the potential, for family...

Llandudno Pier warns new pavilion could harm arcade income

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If given the green light, residents of a new apartment block could seek a reduction in the opening hours of one of Llandudno Pier’s vital FECs.   Llandudno Pier owner Adam Williams has warned that the proposed Pier Pavilion development could harm trade at one of its two amusement arcades. In a letter calling on planning officials at Conwy County Borough Council...

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