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October 01, 2020

It arrives shortly after the recent Hydes and Youngs deals

Gamestec signed two-year supply agreement with Punch Taverns

(UK).- The country’s largest ‘pay to play’ machine operator, Gamestec, announced the signing of a new two year agreement with Punch Taverns. "I am delighted that we are able to announce this continued agreement between our two companies," Peter Davies, Commercial Director of Gamestec said.

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unch Taverns operates a portfolio of over 5000 pubs nationwide and the contract continues an existing supply agreement and sees the Horsforth based company engaged to supply an exciting range of entertainment products including TabBOXX, a social lottery vending product and iPub, a state of the art digital gaming platform both of which are exclusive to Gamestec and which are proving a real hit with pub customers.

"I am delighted that we are able to announce this continued agreement between our two companies," Peter Davies, Commercial Director of Gamestec, said. "Punch are as passionate about their business as are we. Through offering great service and innovative products we strive to go further and the reassertion of the partnership with Punch Taverns is testament to our shared vision of bringing the very best in pay to play entertainment to Punch’s licensees."

Julie Clamp, Machine Development Manager at Punch Taverns, commented, "Partnerships are a key part of our business philosophy and we want to be able to offer the very best to our licensees. At Punch Taverns we are consistently working at how we can improve our licensees business and we provide as much information as we can to help them manage their machine income and release the full potential machines can deliver.”

She continued: “We push our supplying partners to develop exciting new content and fresh products and Gamestec have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to invest in research and development and to bring potential industry changing products to our business. Evolution of pay to play products is critical to a successful future and whilst we have to ensure today is being taken care of, we have to seize what are the opportunities of tomorrow. The relationship we have built with Gamestec is a strong one and we look forward to developing this and working together over the next two years."

The announcement arrives shortly after the recent Hydes and Youngs deals and confirms the operators continued number one status.

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