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HOPES were raised for seaside and family entertainment operators when Lord MacIntosh admitted to the BACTA Convention that there could be a reprieve for some redemption games thought threatened by the new Gaming Bill.
The Minister went out of his way to clarify the point that limitations placed on redemption machines in the Draft Bill will only apply to "redemption machines that are gaming machines, not skill-based games." It was previously thought that all redemption machines would be limited to 10p stake, 5 [pounds sterling] maximum prize, making their operation untenable.
The challenge now for the industry is to hammer out some sort of agreement with the …