The two newest products from LAI Games, Let’s Bounce and HYPERshoot, won numerous awards at the Amusement Expo in Dallas earlier this month. LAI
Organisers of the Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure show confirm details for this year’s event. The Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure (DEAL) show, hailed
Clip ‘n Climb secures National Award For Excellence at IAAPI. The family climbing centre company, Clip ‘n Climb, received a National Award for Excellence
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) is calling on the government to guarantee more than 100,000 work visas for its sector. Cuts to immigration, which are
LAI Games will be showcasing its two most successful games from IAAPA last month at the Betson Texas Open House this Thursday, December 8, 2016.
The Chinese theme park developer, Songcheng Performance Development, confirmed to Australian media that it plans to build a resort on the country’s Gold Coast. China’s
Betson Enterprises has been appointed as the exclusive US Distributor for The Locker Network’s keyless electronic lockers for FEC locations. The Locker Network has confirmed a
Division over the issue of gambling in Israel seemingly widened this month, after a government report recommended that slot machines and sports-betting should be banned across the breadth of the country. The report, which was conducted by Israel’s Commission on
UK based Quixant will be journeying to the Brazilian Gaming Congress for the first time this year with a selection of products focused on the South American market. Quixant, the UK based designer and manufacturer of computer platforms for slot
Ahead of the 2017 general election, the British Hospitality Association calls on all political parties to commit to make hospitality and tourism a strategic priority,
A deal has been struck to renovate a car park near Dreamland in Margate as the amusement park looks to secure more parking infrastructure for
A holiday park operator trading as British Holidays, Haven, and Butlins may have to pay increased fuel charges through its rental packages following a ruling
Industry funded charity GambleAware announced that it has raised a record-breaking eight million pounds in the last year. Dedicated to helping broaden public understanding
As the season progresses operators are seeing families trending towards retro-style redemption machines, with new-takes on old favourites offering an experience that in-home consoles and
A campaign to boost tourism for Clacton will hit national TV screens for the third year running after ITV agreed to screen a promotional video
Both Washington and Skegness hosted this year’s ECAS events, signalling the growing scope and popularity of the trade show. This year’s East Coast Amusement
The bacta Charitable Trust has set itself an ambitious target of increasing its contribution to the Rays of Sunshine charity to over £500,000 by the
A fire took hold of wheelie bins on 10 May in a carpark located by Southwold Pier, which services both local businesses and the attraction.
The Godden family has announced it will preserve the latest work by international guerrilla art superstar Banksy and auction it for charity. The Brexit-inspired
Labour’s manifesto for the 2017 general election pulls no punches against FOBTs, but what does the party’s other policies mean for the amusements industry?
A tribute to Jim Casey, who died in hospital on 8 May at the age of 80. Long-time industry personality Jim Casey has died
Electrocoin, in collaboration with UDC, will once again hold its Park Avenue display show on June 7 allowing companies to show off their latest products.
A disabled ten year old girl had her bank holiday weekend saved by security guards at Lucky Strike Amusements in Skegness. The lift had broken
Google has held the first event of its new training programme aimed at giving businesses in seaside towns the digital skills needed to boost tourism.
Respected industry figure Simon McCarthy has joined Gauselmann Group subsidiary Betcom Games as Managing Director with immediate effect. Simon started his career in the
With policing levels emerging as a topic of contention in next month’s general election, Canvey seaside operator Scott Petty has revealed his own less than
In a letter to the ABB, parliamentary commissioner for standards Kathryn Hudson explains where she did and did not find fault with the APPG’s work
Industry expert Colm Taylor argues that the pub sector has lost £600m in AWP income since 2007 and confirms a positive triennial is the only
A decade after first launching, Crown Direct opened its Northern Showcase to operators once again on 3 – 4 May, with the regional Bacta AGM
Attractions.io, a software firm that develops apps for attractions, took part in the BALPPA marketing seminar on 26 April. CEO of Attractions.io Mark Locker
ECAS started back in 2010 and has been supported by various exhibitors over the years, with the United Distributing Company being the central force behind
Gamestec is getting its hands dirty this year to raise money for charity, starting with the world’s largest obstacle course race. The company’s team