Eventful EAG For JPM

JPM's Paul Bursnell and AMG's Alex Auckland EAG 2013

Despite arctic conditions endured by much of the UK last week, visitors to EAG International Expo certainly felt the heat from the hottest new JPM releases which were unveiled on distributors' stands AMG Leisure and PWS.

Reporting an extremely busy first day, AMG Leisure debuted an impressive and comprehensive range of JPM games, while simultaneously introducing the eagerly anticipated new titles from the iconic Crystal brand.

Described as "extremely well received" by JPM COO Paul Bursnell, the new video Max Power five game compendium for Category B3 generated much attention and speculation as operators predicted that its success in Europe will be replicated throughout the UK.

JPM's latest branded Category C incarnation, Al Murray's The Pub Landlord also served to grab attention with its latest innovative features proving popular and Crystal's Double Dough Seven plus The Great Escape received a number of tangible orders.

Paul Wilson from PWS was equally enthusiastic about the show. "Casino Crazy Open The Box and Magic Six have been extremely well received. The timing of JPM's decision to launch new versions of these classic Category B4 games could not be better given the removal of AMLD from the club sector."

Many reported a general air of optimism surrounding the Expo which bodes well for 2013. Indeed, JPM has already set the pace with an impressive range of new products being launched. "EAG 2013 was a great success for JPM" revealed Paul Burnsell. "Our new launches have generated considerable interest on the stands of our UK distributors and orders are already being placed. It's really gratifying to see the confidence that the UK market has placed in JPM."

JPM games may be played at www.playjpm.com