UK – EAG registration goes live as operators are invited to be ‘part of the action’By Phil - 7 November 2022
Industry professionals from across the amusements and low-stake gaming sectors are being invited to be ‘part of the action’ at the forthcoming Entertainment, Attractions & Gaming International Expo which takes place at ExCeL London across January 10 to 12 2023.
EAG brings together exhibitors drawn from across the leisure sector, including manufacturers of coin-operated amusement equipment, children’s rides, cranes, bingo equipment, pushers, pool, pinball, video, air hockey, low-stake gaming equipment, background music and juke boxes, redemption, change machines, novelty-vending, plush, payments systems, new entertainment technologies, virtual and augmented reality experiences, as well as a host of other leisure-related ancillary services.
EAG 2023 will launch the business year in style following confirmation that many of the industry’s leading innovators and games creators will have a presence on the show floor. The list of contracted exhibitors includes leading brands Astrosystems, Bandai Namco Amusement Europe, Blueprint Operations, Crown Leisure, Electrocoin, Eurocoin, Game Payment Technology, Inspired Entertainment, Novomatic Gaming, NSM Music, PMS International Group, Reflex Gaming, SB Machines, Sega Amusements International Ltd, UDC and Whitehouse Leisure – amongst many others.
Nicola Lazenby, who re-joined EAG earlier this year as Director of the show said: “The industry has just experienced a really positive edition of ACOS and we will be continuing that momentum at EAG in January.
“We will be delivering a show floor that reflects the energy of the industry and I’m delighted we have secured the support of leading exhibitors renowned for their innovation and creativity. EAG 2023 will be a fantastic opportunity to start the year and source a wealth of ideas, products and innovations for operators in the amusements and low-stake gaming space.”
Looking ahead to January John White, chief executive of EAG owners bacta said: “EAG and before that ATEI has provided a shopwindow for the industry and an invaluable opportunity to demonstrate the key credentials of this socially responsible business to politicians and policy makers.
“Among a number of exciting plans which will see EAG celebrate the role of the industry in delivering fun, value for money entertainment we will be launching the industry’s first Land-Based Low Stake Safer Gambling Hub which will feature leading not for profit organisations including BetKnowmore, Breakeven, ESG Gaming, GamStop, GamCare and YGAM.
“The Safer Gambling Hub will represent a ‘go-to’ at-show feature for everyone wanting to learn more about the latest thinking in safer gambling and meet with some of the leading authorities in the space. I am confident it will be a focus for learning and debate corner stones of what a sector-leading exhibition such as EAG should deliver.”