The Gauselmann Group has underlined its commitment to and faith in the UK gaming industry by completing the second stage of a three part AGC investment project which in infrastructure terms alone will total £15m by completion in Q4 2020.
‘An invaluable opportunity to outline the Blueprint road map and product credentials to the broader industry’ is how David Purvis chose to describe the brand’s reflections on the recent Autumn Coin-Op Show.
GeWeTe unveiled its Cash Recycler Premium to the UK market for the first time at ACOS 2019, with the cash-handling specialist’s UK and Ireland sales manager Mark Edmundson stating the new model “has taken it to the next level.”
Blueprint Operations selected the top floor of the iconic Ivy Club, situated in the heart of Covent Garden, to celebrate two iconic innovations of its own in the form of the B3 Wave and Cat C Alphamax cabinets and game content.
After several significant changes in Blueprint’s internal operations, the team took to ACOS to showcase two brand new cabinets, the Wave and the Alphamax, with head of corporate accounts Nicola Wallbank hailing the launch as Blueprint’s “comeback show.”
Blueprint’s David Purvis outlines the solid foundations helping the Gauselmann owned brand to build an exciting player centric future.
Blueprint Operations, part of the Gauselmann group of UK facing brands which also includes Regal Gaming, Praesepe, Betcom and GeWeTe, will be using its presence at next week’s ACOS to unveil the new Alphamax cabinet which caters for the specific needs of Category C pub, AGC, bingo and FEC players. The fulfilment of an intensive 12- month programme of R&D, the Alphamax combines outstanding design credentials which include the latest high definition end to end screens alongside advanced technical features including the Merkur MD100 note recycler which enhances acceptance levels and improves security.