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EAG Expo


  • Visitors attending the 2024 edition of EAG, Expo (16 – 18 January, ExCeL, London) will have the opportunity to access the very latest developments and initiatives impacting safer gambling following confirmation that leading not for profit organisations including YGAM, Betknowmore, GamCare, Better Change and Breakeven have accepted invitations to join the Safer Gambling Hub which is part of the EAG show floor.

  • ‘The Year Starts Here’ is the rallying call being deployed in support of EAG Expo 2024 which takes place across 16th – 18th January at ExCeL London.

  • The organising team behind EAG has responded to requests from across the community of stakeholders to move the show further into January. EAG 2024, which kick-starts the year for many thousands of amusements and low stake gaming operators will run across the 16th – 18th January and once again take place at its ExCeL, London home.

  • The Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS Society) has reached out to the industry to say a big thank-you for the donation it received at last month’s edition of EAG. The annual business-to-business event for the UK amusements and low stake gaming sectors was chosen as the venue to present the MS Society with an additional £2,000 to add to the £3,000 in sponsorship raised by bacta member Nick Rudd.

  • Novomatic presented £10,000 to charity at EAG this year after matching customer donations made at its five seaside FECs through bacta’s Tickets 2 Wishes initiative. Regional operations director Shaun Hooper hailed the strong footfall at its seaside FECs as fundamental to its ongoing charitable giving, proving how arcades continue to channel the tourist economy into community benefit.

  • The UK amusements and low stake gaming industry provided a powerful endorsement of the new look EAG with year-on-year attendance up by 36 percent and enthusiastic feedback received from the majority of the 72 exhibitors occupying the 3,726 square metres of stand space at ExCeL London.
  • The 2023 edition of EAG opened today (10th January) courtesy of an official ribbon cutting ceremony undertaken by a VIP party of former and current show directors comprising Charles Henry, Roger Withers, Simon Thomas, John Bollom, Martin Burlin, Chris Haley, Jason Frost, Greg Wood, Tim Batstone, James Miller and Gabi Stergides.

  • EAG Chairman Martin Burlin believes there’s a sense of positivity percolating through the industry ahead of EAG 2023.  He stated: “It’s unusual to have demand for exhibition space so late in the promotional cycle and this combined with the array of product launches and innovations that we understand exhibitors have been saving-up in order to unveil at EAG all point towards a real mood of positivity and expectation with businesses at last able to look beyond Covid and plan for the future.

  • After overcoming supply chain challenges to deliver a ‘record’ 163 pushers this year, Eurotek could have been forgiven for expecting a peaceful Christmas, however, the manufacturer’s strong product selection saw demand remain high right through to the end of  the year.

  • NSM Music is looking to the future at EAG, with the team on hand to discuss the exciting developments currently in the pipeline for both the company’s jukebox range, and its support app solutions.

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