Electrocoin Preview ICE 2023
Gaming products such as Ace Gaming VIP, the latest Bar X Tablet System and a Bar X Cat C legacy machine will take centre stage at ICE 2023 for Electrocoin, but the new James Bond pinball, Skill Shooter and two closed loop pushers, Hoops Mania and Mr Do Space Rocks, will also feature – providing attendees from both home and abroad with plenty to see at stand at ExCeL.
Electrocoin is ready to impress ICE’s international audience as John A. Stergides and team prepare to make the short journey east to exhibit at London’s ExCeL for the second time in as many months.
For those who missed the company’s stand at last month’s EAG, its a second chance to see a strong line-up of diverse products including the new James Bond pinball, Skill Shooter and two closed loop pushers, Hoops Mania and Mr Do Space Rocks. There will, however, be a stronger focus on AGC and single site products at ICE.
“ICE has always been gaming focus so this will be a big part of our stand,” explained Stergides. “We will be showing our latest gaming products, which include the Ace Gaming VIP products with the latest cabinet. These will be presented with the new Cat C and B4 Compendium of games as well in different cabinets to provide different options for both AGC and single site operators.
“We also plan to show the latest Bar X Tablet System all in one, which will have the new roulette game which is proving popular with operators and players.
“And of course, from the gaming side, we will have a Bar X Cat C legacy refurbished machine on display. These are proving very popular with operators as players are starting to veer towards the more traditional amusement gaming machines which can’t be played online. We have had to expand the team in Aftersales as the demand to refurbish the classic Electrocoin titles like Bar X 7even has increased in the past 18 months.”
Stergides is anticipating a “very busy show” and is expecting to meet with operators from both home and abroad.
“There were many visitors, existing and new operators from the UK and internationally that were unable to visit EAG, and this provides another opportunity towards the beginning of the year for them to see our latest games,” he continued. “But it also provides a wider range of audience especially internationally who are looking for new ideas and opportunities for their markets and specially visit on for the ICE since its traditionally nearer to the original ATEI dates.”
Stergides added that, as the first ICE that Electrocoin will exhibiting in since 2020, this year is especially exciting for the company. “It’s an opportunity to meet existing and new partners as we are always ‘Expanding The World Of Play’”, he concluded.