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LAI Games celebrates success of new game, Pearl Fishery

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LAI Games, a leader in the interactive game industry, is now shipping new coin-pusher style redemption game Pearl Fishery, which is exceeding operators’ expectations.

LAI Games is pleased to announce that its new coin-pusher style redemption game, Pearl Fishery, is performing well after its launch at IAAPA Expo in Orlando last November. Earning from the game are exceeding operators’ expectations, as it has been earning more than expensive, large-scale pushers.

“The game has been operating at 100% since install with no reported issues and is typically earning the same amount per player station as our larger six-player coin pushers,” says Shawn Hetzel, Gameroom Director for FEC chain Frankie’s. “We are definitely exploring our options to add units to our other four locations.”

Pearl Fishery

This new game combines the iconic appeal of a coin pusher with the excitement of a multi-layered big-ticket game. Players can win tickets and special oversized Dragon Pearls by dropping pearls down the pinboard into a matrix of multipliers. These special pearls can unlock a bonus big-ticket jackpot.

Pearl Fishery features several chances to win across many mini-games, keeping guests entertained for longer. The game is now in stock and available to order.

LAI Games is also debuting its new 2020 lineup at the Entertainment, Attractions and Gaming (EAG) International Expo this week, where the team can be found at booth #600. Amongst the new products is the new Mini Virtual Rabbids model, which combines the award-winning game-play of the original model with a lower, more compact screen.

The team will also be highlighting several other games at the show which are new to the European market, such as Outnumbered, HYPERpitch and Toy Frenzy.

This follows the company’s successful visit to IAAPA Expo 2019 in Orlando, where it enjoyed its best year yet, as attendees flocked to the booth to try out a huge range of games.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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