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REFLEX GAMING KICKS OFF ACOS IN STYLE

Reflex Gaming – recently named 45th fastest-growing tech company in the UK by The Sunday Times – will show a range of market-leading product at the second ACOS Show at Chelsea Football Ground.

For the Category C sector, Reflex will present a number of premier league players, including Lady Luck Top O’ the Jackpot. This draws on the amazing legacy of the Lady Luck family of games and players must collect lucky toadstools in order to enter the Take It or Leave It feature and pots of gold to take Mega Shots.

Also at ACOS, Lady Luck Clover All Over is truly versatile, able to switch between "full fat" Cat C to Cat C "Lite " (10p/20p price of play and a £5/£10 jackpot, attracting the 5% lower MGD rate) as well as being available as Cat D. It has an optional note recycler.

Reflex Gaming will also be showing, for the first time in public, its full-metal Atom cabinet for the reel-based Cat C pub retail sector, offering unparalleled security and robustness.

Reflex will also exhibit Royal £100, the ten-game digital compendium housed in Reflex’s Video Atom cabinet, that was first seen at last year’s ACOS show. Royal £100 is available to rent on a two-year contract, during which time is supplied with fresh, proven content from Reflex including hi-tech and slot style games.

For the B4 sector, Reflex Gaming will show Club Blow the Bank and Club Hangover, which are available in £250 and £400 jackpot and multi-stake options.

Blow the Bank features an innovative Infinity Tunnel effect in order to attract the player and enhance their gameplay experience. Club Hangover is distinguished by a bed cash trail, where players use Hi Lo to gamble for bigger wins, or exchange into the feature.

“Reflex Gaming is thrilled to be part of the line-up for the second Autumn Coin-op show in Chelsea,” says Managing Director Quentin Stott. “The central London location makes it a perfect opportunity for everyone to get together before the end of the year and we look forward to seeing our customers and colleagues there.”