30 September 2022
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Industry influencers and innovators commit to EAG 2023

(London).- EAG 2023 which takes place across 10-12 January at ExCeL London, will launch the business year in some style following confirmation that many of the industry’s leading innovators and games creators have already confirmed their presence on the show floor. The list of contracted exhibitors comprises leading brands including Astrosystems, Bandai Namco Amusement Europe, Blueprint Operations, Crown Leisure, Electrocoin, Game Payment Technology, Novomatic Gaming, NSM Music, PMS International Group, Reflex Gaming, SB Machines and Whitehouse Leisure - amongst many others.

Reflecting on the line-up, Nicola Lazenby, recently appointed Director of EAG said: “It’s three months ahead of this flagship show opening at ExCeL and I am delighted to confirm that the floor plan already includes so many of the industry’s leading innovators. EAG’s strength is in its ability to bring together all of the sectors represented by bacta which ensures that the show remains totally relevant to the business needs of the industry.

“Our aim is to deliver a show floor that reflects the buzz and the energy of the industry and I’m confident that we will be able to achieve this having secured the support of exhibitors which have a track record for both innovation and creativity.”

Paolo Sidoli, managing director of SB Machines, the sales and service centre for Italian coin-operated children’s rides and a founder exhibitor at EAG, believes the leading UK event delivers on many different fronts for both exhibitors and visitors. 

Sidoli, who also serves as chair of bacta’s South Wales Region explained: “EAG allows our company to showcase the latest equipment at the right time of the year and in time for the new season, it also serves as an important meeting place to engage with customers whom we would otherwise miss during the course of the year. 

“One area that sometimes gets overlooked is the opportunity that EAG provides for exhibitors to get together to discuss new ideas, identify trends in the market and explore any new business opportunities. 

“Having face-to-face time with customers is crucial and exhibitions like EAG allow operators to experience the best equipment and obtain custom made options for their locations.”

He added: “The breadth of product on show is unique to EAG. Amusements shows do not have gambling equipment but EAG succeeds in bringing these two complementary product sectors together in a single event – which is key to the development of the UK industry.”

Providing a world class show floor and an unrivalled opportunity for the low-stake gaming and amusements industry to meet, network, socialise and plan for the year ahead, EAG brings together exhibitors drawn from across the leisure sector, including manufacturers of coin-operated amusement equipment, children’s rides, cranes, bingo equipment, pushers, pool, pinball, video, air hockey, low-stake gaming equipment, background music and juke boxes, redemption, change machines, novelty-vending, plush, payments systems, new entertainment technologies, virtual and augmented reality experiences, as well as a host of other leisure-related ancillary services.

For up to date information on EAG visit www.eagexpo.com