ICYMI – This week’s news
If you've not been paying attention, here's what has been happening
Our regular Friday round-up of headlines from this week’s GAP Daily newsletter, the market’s only independent daily news service.
EAG will see the launch of a new video music option from Playdium that is backwardly compatible with its current system.
Bandai Namco has appointed Josh Hurst as export sales manager.
A new focus on destination family entertainment from leading arcades is giving the children’s rides sector a major boost, says SB Machines, the leading supplier of Italian rides to the UK and Ireland.
Vertigo Games has announced at CES 2018 that its popular VR game Arizona Sunshine will be coming to location-based VR (LBVR) with a spinoff version of the game in development for VR arcades.
Digital Centre is bringing two of the photo booths it launched at last year’s IAAPA show to this year’s EAG.
Whitehouse Leisure is launching products across three stands at next week’s EAG International & VAE show.
Stern Pinball is exhibiting at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which opens today and runs until 12th January.
Sega’s games offering will be augmented by the Parts and Customer Service division Sega Total Solutions (STS) while licensed plush and prizes supplier Sega Prize International (SPI) at this year’s EAG show.
Suzohapp will have an increased presence at this year’s EAG show on Booth 400, showing its comprehensive portfolio of components and systems.
UK-based dynamic media attractions specialist, Simworx, is to provide a brand new version of its Immersive Tunnel attraction for the first phase of the new Amikoo Resort Destination Theme Park (Amikoo) in Mexico.