Blueprint put their cards on the table with Project Poker launch at EAG
Among the array of cabinets and games being shown at EAG, one ‘new’ product will be top of the ‘must see list’ for knowledgeable operators who have benefitted from the poker machine phenomenon.
Blueprint, which has built a dominant sales position across the AGC, Bingo, Arcade and Single Site sectors has invested time and resource into the reintroduction of the Project Poker brand with the launch of Poker 23. Designed by the original Project team, Poker 23 represents the first new poker themed Project game to hit the market for five-years. The game features the latest Quixant 6000 PC/MD 100 GOLD technology and a 23” screen which is housed in Project’s iconic casino cabinet. The game is featured on a 23” HD screens which is is housed in iconic Project’s casino cabinet, powered by Quixant 6000 Dual Core PC and includes the most advanced and secure note recycler MD100 GOLD.
Announcing the launch Blueprint Managing Director Andy Tipple said: “Project dominated the poker sector for more than a decade. Numerous manufacturers attempted to follow the format without success as Project demonstrated its knowledge and understanding of what the poker market wanted from their entertainment spend. Thanks to Project poker has a dedicated player following in many high street gaming centres and there remains a loyal community which regards itself not as machine players but as poker players and it’s this market that Poker 23 will engage with.
“Players know and trust the Project brand and I am delighted to reintroduce a model which retains all of the authentic Project poker credentials with the enhancements provided by state of the art components, a higher resolution upgraded player-friendly screen and a new game – Jacks or Better Extra Swap. We shouldn’t forget that poker’s status as an international game means that it is familiar to players from numerous European nations. Poker has a timeless appeal, and we are confident that Poker 23 will provide a powerful attraction for venues throughout the country.”