Andrew Ludlow brings NRM to ICE at the Fox

29/01/2013

Growing technology business NRM Group are looking to reinforce their position as market leaders in the bingo and adult gaming centre (AGC) industry, unveiling some cutting-edge innovations due to be showcased at the forthcoming ICE exhibition at Excel. The company has taken a shared hospitality suite at The Fox located at the entrance of Excel with Electrocoin.

The East Yorkshire-based systems and technology solutions provider, whose clients include the UK’s leading Bingo and AGC operators, continues to lead the way with the latest bingo solutions for the retail gaming high street.

Bingo Express, a true ‘bingo in a box’ one-stop solution installed in nearly 100 UK high street locations is evolving – new for 2013, NRM is introducing a self-serve terminal providing players with all the normal micro-bingo features including self-serve and pay-out functionality, but with the added benefits of a lower capital outlay for the operator.

NRM’s wide range of bingo and lottery based products for the bingo, AGC; pub and club markets will take centre stage.

Andrew Ludlow Managing Director continued “NRM has been inspiring UK gaming technology for over 15 years and have delivered some fantastic solutions over the years, working closely with some market-leading organisations.

“We’re delighted to be coming back to Excel following a successful EAG show to showcase our latest innovations to the industry. The self-serve terminal for Bingo Express is an exciting concept which fortifies its lofty position in 2013 as the leading bingo game solution on the high street.

“Bingo Express became the first ever server-based bingo product to hit the high street when NRM launched it in 2011 and has since proven to be a revenue generator which has paid out over £1,000,000 – and climbing – in prize money to date.

“As we move into 2013, we won’t stand still and will continue looking for new ways of driving income whilst delivering even greater levels of consumer experience to assist the continued evolution of the UK Bingo and AGC markets.”

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