Praesepe strike purchasing deal with Genesis


Praesepe, part of the Gauselmann Group, has invested further in its machine estate, placing significant orders across the Amatic Industries range of Category C and B3 games, including the 24” Amarax and the 27” Performer Grand Arc Sitdown.
Confirming the new business, Steve Bierrum, Managing Director at Genesis Games said: "We have been associated with Praesepe since its acquisition by the Gauselmann Group and we recognise the importance, and credibility, of working with what is a multinational market leader. We enjoy a successful relationship with the management team at Praesepe and the recent orders that were negotiated at ACOS, are very important in terms of expanding our footprint in the UK."

Image:  (L-R) Liam Cheesman - Electronic Gaming Manager - Praesepe: Thomas Engstberger - Sales Manager - Amatic: Nigel Davis - Head of Gaming Machines - Praesepe: Andy Tipple – Head Of Product  – Praesepe: Steve Bierrum – Managing Director – Genesis Games: Sascha Blodau – General Manager UK – Gauselmann AG

Nigel Davis, Head of Gaming Machines at Praesepe, stated: “The multi game platform developed by Amatic and Genesis delivers game genres which cater for a variety of player groups. As a modern retailer operating in a fast moving sector, it’s essential that we deliver customers with the broadest variety of quality gaming entertainment possible.  Identikit AGCs that reduce choice are by definition limiting which is why we are committed to following a more expansive purchasing strategy buying the very best that’s available on the market from a variety of games creators.  I am delighted to announce the Amatic/Genesis business which follows the recent agreement reached with Project."