cCarthy continued: “Our latest developments have led to a broader customer base and for their convenience, we will be showing at ICE plus the European Amusement and Gaming Expo. We’ll be welcoming visitors to the JPM stand at ICE (3360) and our latest UK Category C and B4 games will also be featured on the stands of our UK distributors at EAG,” he explained.
Indeed, sales figures ended on a high for the team at JPM validating its new direction and commitment to various key markets. There is also much acclaim for its UK Category C AWP releases with keen interest from distributors, operators and site owners.
With machines testing well and proving popular with players, RLMS Sales Director Tony Glanville confirmed: “We have already placed an order for Classic Red Alert after good test results. “It’s good to see JPM International back as a force in the Category C sector,” he encouraged.
Fun in the Sun, the current category B4 success has also earned JPM healthy sales through distributors and house accounts. This will be presented at the show in its new Linear cabinet. Casino Crazy DeLuxe, a big seller in the Category B4 market will also appear for the first time as a Category C game.
Further evidence of the company’s growing global assault will be evident as JPM International reveals three new Max Power games for Latin America. The firm assured that Eighty One, Royal and Eldorado are sure to impress visitors from this expanding market. Also an exciting new all video Max Power concept will be debuted, featuring a compendium of three games and a high-impact video top display.
JPM’s ICE stand will also be home to European distributors Synot and Comatel which will be presenting products released under the JPM International and Crystal brands for their respective markets.