Sacoa notes increased entertainment activity worldwide
Sacoa, a leading worldwide supplier of revenue management systems for the amusement, entertainment and leisure industries, has reported a significant increase in entertainment activity worldwide during this last COVID-19 period.
Sebastian Mochkovsky, Sacoa CEO in USA, shared his experiences about what has happened in the industry in the recent months: “We have noticed a reactivation of the markets through the increase in the need to open new stores. COVID stopped generating that feeling of the necessity of lock-down.”
In the last five months Sacoa partnered with Dezerland Park Orlando in Florida, US, to open the 800,000 square foot park, which incorporates two indoor ekart tracks, 12 bowling lanes, a trampoline park and more than 250 machines.
From Sacoa, 16 POS, 12 K4 Kiosks and the latest Spark card readers were added. The installation also included Online Sales, Online Party Booking, CRM modules and the Sacoa App to speed up sales. The cashless system also controls the access to the Orlando Auto Museum and the Pinball Palace.
Also in Floriada, ‘In the Game’, owned by George Smith, and part of FEG, recently opened at Icon Park Orlando, with more than 60 machines using Spark readers, multiple K4 Kiosks, POS and the Sacoa Redemption System.
Magical Midway arcade in Orlando, owned by Dale Williams, replaced his previous card system with a Sacoa system. More than 70 Sparks, and the latest Sacoa software technology were incorporated. Finally, Beach Fun and Games at Madeira beach, Florida just upgraded its old token system with 65 latest Spark readers, and all the associated software features.
“On the same path, is Australia, Spain, Egypt, and other countries over the world. Sacoa is ready to help and support any centre to go ‘back to normal’ and forget this ugly moment in the history.”