Ireland’s Amusement & Gaming Industry Prepares For AmEx 2007

AmEx 2007 – The 28th Irish Amusement & Gaming Trade Exhibition, will be held at the Lynch Green Isle Hotel, Dublin on Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 March 2007. Opening hours will be from noon to 6 pm both days!

Recent developments in Ireland indicate that in addition to exhibitors and visitors from the amusement and gaming sectors, there will also be considerable interest in AmEx 2007 from those involved in the casino and betting sectors.

The Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2006, which includes provisions designed to increase the legal limits on stake and prize money in slot machines (AWPs) is awaiting Committee Stage in the Dáil (Parliament), which is likely to take place early in the New Year. The Casino Committee expects to report to the Minister For Justice before Christmas and also in the New Year it is understood that Betting Shops will start trials of FOBTs – Fixed Odds Betting Terminals.

Online Registration is now open at Visitors can register for free admission to AmEx 2007 and free participation in the Technical Seminar Programme.

Up-to-date information and Free Invitations to AmEx 2007 will be available on the Coin-Op News stand, N6 in the Registration Area upstairs in Earls Court 1 at ATEI in London from 23 to 25 January 2007.

Confirmed exhibitors include Almotech Ireland, AMS, Arcade Equipment, AtariExpo, Brent Sales, Carnaby Gaming, Cash Automation, Crown Direct, Cyberview, Deith Group, Donegal Leisure, Electrocoin, Excel Leisure, Genesis Games, Hazel Electronics, ITM Leisure, J.H.S. Associates, Kimble, Laser Electronics, Oasis Retail Services, Olympic Sales, Q Leisure, Radical Shock (RSL), SAM Leisure, Scan Coin Ireland, Sound Leisure, Superleague (Ireland), The Novelty Capsule Co, Thomas Automatics, Tobyco and Whitehouse Leisure. For an up-to-date list of exhibitors go to

AmEx is organised by MD Associates, supported by IAEA – The Irish Amusement Equipment Association (Member Of Euromat) and sponsored by Coin-Op News.