Sega Preview 2010 Line Up


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Sega Amusements Europe Ltd. are using this years London Preview to demonstrate their most diverse range of product to date. The company has strategically developed its portfolio and built alliances with other world recognised brands to deliver a greater choice of product for operators.

Naturally there will be a video presence on the stand which this year will include the first showing of HUMMER EXTREME EDITION software. The game following on from the super deluxe attraction piece will be released in a new twin cabinet from December.

The remainder of the stand aside from the ever popular number one video RAMBO and UFO Catcher with its new ‘Tease Tec’ software will be given over to new family and redemption products.

The new Sonic Allstars range of equipment including Basketball and Air Hockey games will get their first showing, designed to be a staple classic part of any location these new designs certainly stand out from the crowd - featuring the Sonic character and attractive white and blue livery.

After the fresh announcement that Sega and Game Concepts have struck a partnership three products will be on display. Strictly Disco a six player pusher, Deep Sea Treasure single play pusher with integrated game play and the launch of a new two player redemption pusher, Great Ticket Take Out. “We are delighted to be working with Game Concepts, the team behind the company have the knowledge and know how to develop pushers that is legendary! It’s a great brand to have in our portfolio.” commented Sega’s Justin Burke.

A new three gun shooting gallery, Side Show, developed in collaboration with Pan Amusements will get its world debut too. With a compact footprint and good value price tag the piece has been design to fit into almost any location. Drawing on the best of Pan’s experience and Sega’s sales team the company believe they can offer operators a long term piece that delivers high return on investment.

Sega Total Solutions will exhibit Elmac’s ‘Ticket Eater’ and Thomas Changers that they now distribute, and Sega Prize Europe will be on hand with the prize product to speak to operators.

Summarising the line up Sega’s Justin Burke commented “that this year operators really will see a difference. We will have pushers, shooting galleries, redemption product, sports games, novelty, prize retailers and of course top line video. We have spent the past 12 months working with recognised leading industry brands to build a solid portfolio that will allow operators to buy with confidence”.

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