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Electrocoin After Sales has increased its stock holding of Stem Pintable parts to meet increasing demand as a result of the growth in the sales of new Pinball. Electrocoin After Sales, which is part of the Electrocoin Group of Companies has been the UK distributor for Stern Pintball in the UK for over 30 Years.
Electrocoin After Sales Spares Administrator, Nicola Farmer commented “We have seen a recent increase in demand from operators for spare parts and support for the Stern range of pintables. This is due to both the increase in the popularity of pintables and the age of the equipment being operated. Many operators fail to see the need for preventive maintenance but pinball players are discerning and the cashbox is compromised when the machine does not function correctly.”
Electrocoin After Sales carries a large stock of general pintable spares such as coils, lamps and rubbers along with dedicated spares – all available for next day delivery. Technical Support is available via email contact at Aftersales@electrocoin.com or telephone on 02920 450345.
Visit the Electrocoin After Sales on Stand 26 at the Autumn Coin-Op Show, 12th – 13th October 2016 at Chelsea Football Club in London, where representatives will be available to discuss your current and future requirements.
BANDAI NAMCO Amusement Europe Ltd. has launched a new stage to its hit game Star Wars™: Battle Pod™ based on the latest film instalment Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
“Takodana” is an update for the existing dome-shaped Star Wars: Battle Pod. This new stage can be played in Multi-Player Mode on the Flat Screen Edition Battle Pod.
In “Takodana” the player becomes a Resistance pilot working with Poe Dameron on a mission to guard Leia Organa from the First Order.
National distributor RLMS Sales is promoting a new offering for the club market in the shape of Bell-Fruit Games’ Club Maximum DEAL OR NO DEAL. Once again, the Nottingham manufacturer has come up trumps with an engaging, feature packed Cat B4 model that will keep players entertained and coming back for more.
Presented in the Eclipse cabinet, Club Maximum DEAL OR NO DEAL is based on Scorpion 6 technology. Two maximum payouts are available; £400 and £250 via a multitude of stake options.
The aim of the game is to collect three, four or five phones for normal, Super or Mega DEAL OR NO DEAL features, while building up reel blasts and cash strikes for extra ways to win. This latest game also features the new “ASK NOEL” button. Press it straight away for lots of extra goodies including wins, features, or even help you survive a hazard.
Territory Sales Manager Karen Sarosi stated: “The popularity of the DEAL OR NO DEAL brand shows no signs of slowing down, as we’ve seen yet again with this new B4 model from Bell-Fruit Games. But what BFG continue to prove is that these are great games in their own right, designed from the ground up to entertain. Club Maximum DEAL OR NO DEAL will be a fantastic addition to any members club.”
InnoPrint, a subsidiary of Innovative Technology (ITL), is pleased to announce the launch of the InnoHub and InnoServer. The two products enable analogue and digital machines to become TITO-ready and have already been subject to extensive field trials to ensure reliability.
Almost one-third of the UK’s gambling market is remote or online, according to statistics released by the Gambling Commission.
The figures – collected over the previous year from operators – show that 29 per cent of the gambling market, of £3.6bn is online, but it is showing little change from the previous figures.
The report also shows that £12.6bn is the gross gambling yield in Great Britain, compared with £11.2bn in the previous year. The number of betting shops decreased slightly to 8,809 (8,975 in March of 2015) and the number of adult gaming centres or arcades fell by 11.1 per cent at 1,721 compared with 1,937 in March 2015.
The number of B2 machines, high-stakes gambling machines in bookmakers’ shops, stood at 34,704, with little change from the previous year when it was 34,894, but the yield from the machines rose from £1.68bn to £1.71bn.
Britain had 599 bingo halls, a fall of 10.1 per cent, but yield was up by 4.9 per cent.
by David Snook
The Icon Lite is the latest in NSM Music’s hugely successful Icon jukebox range to benefit from rapid advances in jukebox technology – as well as meeting rising expectations among customers.
The wall-mounted Lite is elegantly styled in a black metallic casing creating an attractive and affordable product, says NSM Sales Manager Alex Kirby.
“That technology, coupled with its potential for meeting users’ music and entertainment demands, plus its competitive price, make the Lite a heavyweight when it comes to creating strong revenue streams in pubs, clubs, leisure venues and holiday parks.”
The amplifier and power supply have now been amalgamated, contained within one box. This makes installation and replacement quick and easy.
The amplifier design includes digital noise isolation technology for improved sound clarity and a new chipset which provides intelligent protection features to preserve the jukebox, speakers and cabling. Output data is comparable to the older amp.
Its standard features include Karaoke, 150,000+ audio tracks online; a 19″ infra-red touch screen; HDMI and auxiliary inputs/outputs; multi-function remote control (wired / infrared); Internet ready with optional WiFi.
Created in Germany in the 1950s to produce American-style jukeboxes, Leeds-based NSM Music has gained an enviable reputation for combining aesthetics with innovation. NSM Music were the pioneers of the digital jukebox and actually patented the idea of downloading music via a media source as early as the late 1980s. NSM put the world’s very first digital jukebox into a UK pub in 1998.
“Technology is a wonderful thing but we must always remember that modern customers demand style as well. We’ve been responsible for many technology breakthroughs in the jukebox music industry, ranging from state of the art CD changing devices to the most attractive interactive digital jukeboxes today – we’ve also been responsible for some of the most stylish products ever produced. The Icon Lite is undoubtedly another in a long line of stylish jukeboxes,” adds Alex.
Storm Gaming Technology has announced the release of Mega Lotto Xtra, its new game software update package for upgrading any of its existing Category B3A lottery machines.
This new package features 11 games, including both 20-line slots and new scratch card games and is available to operators from just £399.00 plus VAT. Those operators wishing to join the Storm Gaming Technology family, or extend their existing estates, can order complete Mega Lotto Xtra machines from just £2,195.00 plus VAT.
Full details of the game content and specifications are available by contacting Business Development Manager, James Murray.
Paul Rothwell, Product Director, commented: “It has been over 12 months since Storm released the hugely popular Category B3A Mega Lotto and Multi Lotto products and the Mega Lotto Xtra package provides operators a brand new option to upgrade their existing products with more 20-line slots and the opportunity for players to experience our new touchscreen scratch card lottery games”
ITL is pleased to announce the launch of the NV10 USB+, a next generation compact note validator that has evolved from the popular NV10 USB. The NV10 USB+ aims to improve on the high quality of the current generation and combines a compact, stackerless design with proven field reliability.
The NV10 USB+ is ideal for operators that are faced with space constraints due to its aforementioned compact size, which means it can be fitted into most machines. The unit is perfectly suited for amusement and vending applications due to its size and its ability to accept over 100 different world currencies.
Andy Bullock, Business Development Manager said “We are expecting to have similar success with the NV10 USB+ as we had with the launch of the NV9 USB+. The new units include enhanced sensing technology and will now be future proof against any threats that may occur over the products life cycle. Furthermore, the additional sensors will allow further improvements to security, reliability and overall performance moving forward.”
Although, the technology has been updated inside the unit, the NV10 USB+ retains identical external dimensions to the NV10 USB, therefore no modifications will be required on existing machines using the NV10 USB.
Find out more about the NV10 USB+ on ITL’s product page here.
The Justice League of America 4 Player Wall pusher is without doubt one of the most eagerly awaited machines of all time! This fantastic new ticket payout, non- flipper wall pusher boasts outstanding test figures compared to round and straight pushers on the market. In comparison to other wall pushers . Not only does it have the new and improved community bonus feature, but to bring you an increase in revenue, the Justice League wall pusher has a centre lose hole! The fast-feed low coin entry also means that there is a much lower risk of coin jams and therefore much lower maintenance is needed in comparison to the traditional flipper wall pushers. With many more Justice League films to be released over the next 5 years, including one in August this year, this machine promises to get a boost with every film release.
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Hot Slot Sevens, the stunning new Cat C Community Digital Multi Player offering from Astra Games, is being highlighted by national distributor RLMS Sales as one of the brightest products currently on the market. With its contemporary appearance and colourful, eye-catching aesthetics, Hot Slot Sevens offers buyers an opportunity to add a real alternative into their venues product mix, it makes for a phenomenal arcade and bingo centrepiece that gives venues a point of difference over other high street gaming premises.