ICYMI – This week’s headlines

A round-up of this week's news, before you head to the pub

If you were busy rushing to get things finished before you hit the dance floor at the office Christmas party and missed them, here’s this week’s headlines…

KristallTurm opens first Australian course

KristallTurm has opened its first high ropes course in Australia.

Player One opens in new Alabama park

Player One Amusement Group (P1AG) has opened an amusements section at OWA, Alabama’s newest amusement park located on the Foley Beach Express.

Timezone owner buys Ardent bowling division

Ardent Leisure has agreed to sell its bowling and entertainment division to Timezone owner The Entertainment and Education Group (TEEG) for $160 million.

Adventure Wonderland rings the changes

Adventure Wonderland near Bournemouth is adding a number of new attractions next year.

Dubai boost for Embed

Global Village, Dubai’s largest and first-ever multicultural festival park, has selected Embed as the revenue management system provider for its newest funfair land, Carnaval.

Innovative Technology lines-up extensive EAG showcase

Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL), will be showcasing its extensive cash handling and ticketing product range for visitors on stand number 404 at the forthcoming EAG show in January.

Sega issues Daytona software upgrade

Sega has released a free software upgrade for Daytona Championship USA with new software features and refined existing features to update the gameplay experience.

Can people power resurrect Midlands park?

Local people are getting behind a bid to resurrect a long-defunct adventure park in the East Midlands – American Adventure Park.

Italian show adds amusement expo

Next year’s ENADA Spring show is adding non-gaming amusements to its line-up including kiddie rides, arcade games, redemption games and other attraction features.

Innovative Debuting NV200 at EAG

Innovative Technology is debuting its NV200 Spectral note validator at the forthcoming EAG International & VAE next month.

EAG reveals seminar line-up

EAG has revealed more about its free-to-attend seminar programme for this year’s show.

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