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Products Essential Guide to ... Category C


24 SEVEN


24 Seven prepares to Wok Around the Clock


24 Seven is so confident about its new game that it wants to get it into the hands of operators around the country as soon as possible. So much so that they are bringing in a partner to offer the game via part exchange, along with the company’s usual suppliers.


4 Seven is taking a fresh approach to the Category C sector with its second game for single sites, Wok Around the Clock. First seen at EAG, this game has been designed with Heber (Pluto 6) technology and it is housed in the new Orbit Plus cabinet, which 24 Seven has had designed in collaboration with it’s manufacturing part- ner. The new cabinet comprises of an integral pay tray along with an innovative door-frame, which has the option for illumination. “We believe that the new game and cabinet continues to


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show our long-term commitment to the UK Cat C analogue market place,” adds Simon McCarthy, managing director. “Wok around the Clock sees 24 Seven take a completely different approach in a bid to explore the new possibilities of the £100 prize. We wanted to take our game design to a


different level with several additional features to maximise player enjoyment.” In a bid to support the independent operator, 24 Seven has also made Wok around the Clock available to be built by G-Squared Games. This offers operators the possibility to take advantage of trade-ins, if they so desire. For new models of Wok Around the Clock, operators can contact 24 Seven’s experienced distribution partners, Wessex Coin and Blue Monkey Gaming. “Wok Around the Clock has performed extremely well on


site trial and we are already receiving orders for the next stage of retailer testing. We are very happy with the twin-pronged approach of putting the game out in the Orbit Plus Cabinet and via G-Squared Games. We believe that this reflects the current needs of the Category C sector,” concludes Simon.


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Coinslot JUNE 20 - JUNE 26, 2013


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