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.”
Gauselmann UK is celebrating what group business development director Ryan Collinge described as “a fantastic and positive start” to its relationship with Roadchef, following the rollout and installation of over 500 Cat C and B3 machines across 30 motorway service areas.
With Betcom’s latest Cat C title, The Chase, already generating “exceptional” performance figures just weeks after its release, the company’s MD, Simon McCarthy, reaffirms its commitment to the analogue market.
EAG 2019 will be another milestone in the Blueprint journey, where customers will be able to see the progression of the company’s market-leading B3 and Category C ranges.
Blueprint Machines has been busy upscaling over the past few months to ensure it remains committed to its loyal customer base. The additional headcount in both the Aftersales and Content teams ensures that the business is aligned to react to the needs of the growing market – especially when it comes to delivery of new content and software support.
Blueprint Machines enjoyed an extremely positive ACOS show. Customers were particularly interested in the offer to upgrade their machines to the iconic Deal or No Deal (DOND) branded Game-pack on Alpha Star and Genie cabinets. Previously, the best performing Cat C – 25 game compilation – with a performance index currently at 124%, driving very impressive weekly cash box averages – was only available on new Alpha Star purchases.