ICYMI: This week’s headlines
If it’s Friday, it’s our round-up of this week’s news from the GAP Daily.
Another new trampoline park is being opened in the UK at Beverley’s Flemingate Centre.
Line, owner of a Japanese mobile messaging app with the same name, plans to open a 500 million baht ($14.7 million) indoor amusement arcade in Bangkok by the end of the year.
Bandai is continuing to push its Cruis’n Blast into the arcade sector, citing several strong performances from the driving game cabinet.
Tolworth is set to open a new Hollywood Bowl this month, replacing the Charrington Bowl as part of a major £500,000 refurbishment.
With three new Tilt Studio locations opening in Hawaii in the next month, Nickels and Dimes continues to rely on Embed as its preferred cashless, point of sale and redemption centre management system provider.
A new 80,000 square-foot entertainment facility – Scene 75 Entertainment Center – is scheduled to open next month in Brunswick, New Jersey.
A tenpin bowling lounge is the next step in plans to create a family entertainment centre in Morecambe.
Innovative Technology has gained independent approval from the European Central Bank (ECB) for its note validator (NV) range.
Embed has released more details on its training programme for FECs and other attractions.
Debit card technology specialist Intercard, has just completed an upgrade installation in Sky High Sports trampoline park in Tigard, Oregon.