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Trh zaznamenal v r. V minulosti musela hra, tak jak stanovila pravidla, trvat 15 sekund. Order levels higher than expected. Shorter playing time for payout machines injects dynamism into “small” games.
Over industry visitors at the IMA. The companies exhibiting at the IMA are highly satisfied with the overall result of the trade fair. Levels of orders and numbers of visitors were above expectations.
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In the last few weeks the coin-operated machine market pulled off a logistical coup: In the run-up to euro,ince changeover this led to fears that the IMA itself could suffer from the effects of the conversion due to the early timeslot in January. The opposite proved the case, however. Operators could address unresolved problems, largely concerning older machines and less common eurpmince, by consulting the manufacturers of coin-processing systems at the IMA.
The euro changeover has basically had a positive impact on the industry and its companies. The market posted a slight upswing in after several years of falling investment.
Companies have updated their machines, restructured their organisations and improved their logistics. This will have a positive effect on companies’ future performance. Gambling machines continue to post the largest sales. A fundamental change in this segment led to increased investment levels.
Whereas each game had to last 15 seconds in the past as laid down in the gaming lawsthe time has now been reduced to 12 seconds. This makes new features possible and injects an element of dynamism into the game. In the non-gambling amusement sector, touch-screen PC games are showing enormous potential for innovation. Many board games, from backgammon ueromince to Trivial Pursuit, have found their way onto the makers’ screens.
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Network technologies provide platforms allowing sports competitions to take place beyond the local and regional level. Pinball machines, TV sets and sports games such as darts and billiards – previous top sellers – saw lower growth last year in comparison to earlier years.
Accessories suppliers and providers of money processing systems and coin-checkers were also in great demand. The euro changeover presented them with a major challenge but also significantly stimulated business. Demand for table-top vending and service units has rocketed. More flexible working hours in industry and the closure of many canteens has led to rising demand for these services.
Overall, the IMA has further consolidated its position after a number of major exhibitors pulled out last year for commercial reasons. In all the major national players and numerous foreign exhibitors were back in Nuremberg. Paul Gauselmann, Chairman of the German Coin-Operated Machine Industry Association, believes that the amusement machine market is now a firm fixture in the leisure sector. He is confident that amusement machines will hold their own against other modern leisure options.
The VDAI Chairman believes, though, that a pre-condition for this is that politicians at Federal and state level finally create an up-to-date and appropriate legal framework for modern gambling.
Other European countries such as the UK, the Netherlands and Spain have long since adapted their laws and moved with the times. In Gauselmann’s opinion, this is the only possible way if the industry is to stand a chance against the competition from the state-sponsored systems and Internet-based gaming.
The VDAI Chairman pointed out that privately run slot machines create significantly more jobs than does state-licensed gambling in casinos. In state-licensed gambling, by contrast, more than ten times the sales are needed to create a single job.