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Ireland – European Gaming & Amusement Summit postponed by Swan and Euromat

Swan Events, Organisers of the European Gaming & Amusement Summit (EGAS), has moved to postpone the event held in conjunction with Euromat. The ‘first-of-its-kind’ event with a focus on policy development for both land-based gaming and amusements was scheduled to take place May 12 to 14 at the Dublin InterContinental. Karen Cooke, Director, Swan Events,…

Germany – Bally Wulff appoints Luigi Limido

Bally Wulff has put Luigi Limido in charge of business development within markets outside Germany. In recent years, the company has been able to expand in the Italian and Spanish markets through collaboration with market leaders such as Favola and Elettronolo in Italy and the Spanish industry giant Unidesa. Bally Wulff Export Manager Willem Korteweg…

UK – Talarius rolls out new service system

Talarius, the UK’s largest operator of Adult Gaming Centres, has rolled out a new electronic service system to all of its venues across the UK which will help to further increase operational efficiency of the business. Invested in as part of Talarius’ long term growth strategy, the new system creates a live database which acts…

UK – EAG International 2014 ready to kick-start coin-op New Year

Preparations for EAG International, to be held January 21 at London’s ExCel, are in the final stages with manufacturers from Europe and beyond putting the final touches to their product presentations. EAG International is a unique event, put on by the amusements and coin-op industries for the sole benefit of the amusements and coin-op industries….

UK – Playnation top of the slots as families return to gaming in 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, the family entertainment sector celebrates a year of strong results. With £110m of 2 pence pieces pushed, 9.8m miles on racing simulators clocked up, 3.3m toys grabbed and 2.3mtickets redeemed this year on amusements across the country, traditional family entertainment shows no sign of fading. The analysis, conducted by…

UK – UK plans growth for category B, C and D

The British government has set out plans to stimulate the gaming machine market as part of a package of changes to stake and prize limits for gaming machines. The announcement came as part of the government’s response to a three month consultation that invited views from the gambling industry, charities and faith and community groups…

UK – Hawkins begins two year Presidency for BACTA

BACTA, representing the British amusement industry, has announced Steve Hawkins as its new elected President.  He will assume the BACTA Presidency for a two year tenure.   His appointment as head of the UK’s largest and most influential lobbying body in the gambling sector was announced at BACTA’s National Council, which had come together to tackle…