Gaming’s major players made their way to London, UK, for the annual Park Avenue Open Day.
Electrocoin and UDC threw open their doors once again to the industry, with more than 30 exhibitors showing off their latest and greatest products.
There was a sense of joy that it was finally able to be staged again, after having an enforced two-year break due to the pandemic.
There were numerous new games on show from some of the industries biggest players, such as Elaut, Stern and Harry Levy Amusements.
BACTA was also represented at the show and ran a raffle that raised money for its charitable trust.
As always, the Greek barbecue and ice cream van was a huge hit with attendees, with plenty of business being done.
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