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ICE-ing on the cake for show’s long-term exhibitors - Five long time exhibitors at the world’s leading gaming expo celebrated by ICE Totally Gaming’s organisers. The opening day of ICE Totally Gaming, witnessed a number of significant landmarks. Kate Chambers, Managing Director of the Gaming Division at Clarion Events, made presentations to Gamesman (celebrating 20 years at ICE), SUZOHAPP (30 years), Bell-Fruit Group (40 years), PST (50 years), and in the case of Merkur Gaming, a 60 year association with the world’s leading gaming expo. Kate Chambers said: “I have consistently gone on the record as saying that ICE is nothing without its exhibitors. I am absolutely delighted to [ ] The post ICE-ing on the cake for show’s long-term exhibitors appeared first on Coinslot.

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JCM’s Ticket2Go to be rolled out in over 150 Talarius UK sites - The world-leading transaction technologies supplier, JCM Global, will supply its Ticket2Go solution across the UK following a deal with Talarius. JCM Global has signed a contract to supply its leading Ticket2Go® solution to more than 150 Talarius sites in the U.K. Talarius, which was recently acquired by Novomatic, is one of the largest AGC operators in the U.K. and JCM’s Ticket2Go will offer a safe, secure and easy to use after-market ticketing solution. JCM’s Ticket2Go is a retrofit ticketing solution for gaming and AWP devices that do not support standard ticketing protocols. Ticket2Go is designed and developed for small to medium-sized gaming venues, [ ] The post JCM s Ticket2Go to be rolled out in over 150 Talarius UK sites appeared first on Coinslot.

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The Land of Might-Have-Been: Happyland’s future in doubt - The future of a Bournemouth beachfront arcade remains in limbo, with the west side of Happyland fenced off for some weeks, including the venue’s ice-cream parlour. Bournemouth Borough Council was in discussions with the landlord of Happyland, Meyrick Estate, over the long-term plan for the building earlier this summer. Cllr John Beesley told local media that the “currently under-utilised” site was being analysed for its “viable redevelopment potential” as part of the council’s seafront strategy. However the council has stated that no decision or even options regarding the site’s future have been discussed in recent months and are unlikely to [ ] The post The Land of Might-Have-Been: Happyland’s future in doubt appeared first on Coinslot.

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Report: Pubs contribute £23bn to UK economy - A report published by Oxford Economics has found that the beer and pub industry in Britain is a major contributor to the British economy. With employment in the sector rising, thanks to serial beer duty cuts of late, the question is: how will the pub industry sustain this going into Brexit Britain without further tax concessions? A new report by Oxford Economics, commissioned by the British Beer & Pub Association, has found that the beer and pub industry in Britain employs more than 900,000 people and contributes £23.1bn to the British economy. The report highlights the substantial benefits the industry [ ] The post Report: Pubs contribute £23bn to UK economy appeared first on Coinslot.

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First truly electronic cheque debuts at ICE Totally Gaming - EM@ney chooses ICE to present its newly created electronic cheque technology. Malta-based electronic money institution, eM@ney, has officially launched the first truly electronic cheque at ICE. The company, which operates throughout the EEA (European Economic Area), chose to present the new payment method at the London event. CEO, Germano Arnò, who from the very beginning of his career has been combining finance with technological innovation at its best, commented on the decision to launch at the show. “We chose ICE to launch this form of payment,” explained Arnò, “because it’s in gambling that the e-cheque shows the value of its [ ] The post First truly electronic cheque debuts at ICE Totally Gaming appeared first on Coinslot.

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Jowell calls for more high street regulation - A group of politicians, including former culture secretary Tessa Jowell, has been piling on the pressure on government during questions in the House of Lords following the publication of the Gambling Commission’s report on underage gambling. The report, published last month, claimed that 450,000 young people were gambling every week and it is the prospect of these children having access to online operators that has caused particular concern in the Lords. In somewhat typically muddled thinking from the politicos, Baroness Jowell noted that there are serious concerns over young people’s access to online gambling. Despite this, however, she called on [ ] The post Jowell calls for more high street regulation appeared first on Coinslot.

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World Theatre of Gaming opens in London - Largest ever ICE commences at London s ExCeL Centre with an official ribbon cutting ceremony. The world’s media assembled at the ExCeL Centre in London’s Docklands this morning for the official ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the 2017 edition of ICE Totally Gaming. Respected gaming industry journalist David Snook, who is celebrating 50 years reporting on ICE and its predecessors, and Åsa Bredin, CDO at NetEnt and a leading advocate of recruiting more women to senior positions within gaming, had the honour of opening the world’s most prestigious gaming technology event, alongside Kate Chambers, Managing Director of Clarion’s [ ] The post World Theatre of Gaming opens in London appeared first on Coinslot.

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ICE has become the Davos of gaming – states leading strategic body - ICE, which will welcome gaming influencers from an estimated 150 nations next week, has been compared to Davos, the World Economic Forum of global policy and business leaders which takes place each January in the Swiss ski resort. Peter Hannibal, Chief Executive of the Gambling Business Group (GBG), whose members are drawn from all sectors of the offline/online gaming landscape said: “GBG members, who account for 70% of Gross Gaming Yield, will be at ICE in force either as exhibitors or visitors and I have personally attended each edition of the show since its inception. “Even from the very start, [ ] The post ICE has become the Davos of gaming – states leading strategic body appeared first on Coinslot.

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Jaybox confirms commiment to operator profits by absorbing new year costs - A new year often means an increase in costs for operators, however, jukebox manufacturer Jaybox has absorbed an increase in licence fees and committed to its fixed-fee policy. Jaybox has announced there will be no increase in fees this year as the company continues to follow its simple business model; provide the best machines with the best music catalogue so that operators can maximise profits. Jamie Barnett, head of sales, commented: “A good example of our ethos is that PPL are increasing the licence cost this year but we are absorbing that and not passing it on to our clients. [ ] The post Jaybox confirms commiment to operator profits by absorbing new year costs appeared first on Coinslot.
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