Skip to main content


EAG Expo


  • SB Machines has promised that visitors to EAG this year will be presented with the company’s “most important products” for the coming season, including the leading Peppa Pig Interactive. 

  • UDC sees the lion’s share of orders for the year as a result of EAG. The show delivers the opportunity to see more people face to face in those three days than at any other point in the year. Jonathan Lauder explains.

  • The cutting-edge Quantum V6.2 is poised to be star of the show on Playsafe Systems’ EAG stand this year. MD Ian Fuller explains the upgrade’s new “suite of dynamic features,” including RealTime Alerts and Quantum TITO.

  • With operators battling for disposable income in what is an increasingly competitive leisure market Blueprint Operations has focussed its energies into delivering an EAG portfolio which is packed with cabinet options and content across B3, Category C and Community game genres. The collection of high income options is based on the need to engage machine players with targeted and relevant game styles.

  • Bacta chief executive John White believes the forthcoming edition of EAG (10th – 12th January, ExCeL London) represents an important opportunity to recognise those personalities who have made such an important contribution to the development of the amusements industry at the same time as preparing for the future courtesy of a show packed with innovation and insightful content delivered by the free to attend EAG Seminar Programme. 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN OCTOBER 2023. In the meantime, please sign up for our e-newsletter.