JPM is back, better than ever with Al’s Epic follow-up


JPM International is one of the few established names in the traditional fruit machine sector to be still producing games as an independent supplier. However, times have changed dramatically for JPM as well.

The changing face of the UK sector has also led JPM to concentrate on the UK Category C market after an absence of over a decade.

With its first machine for this market – Al Murray’s Beautiful British Game, JPM has sent out a strong message. “This is a very popular licence and Al Murray’s Beautiful British Game is just the first of a series of machines we intend to produce for the UK.

“Our second – Al Murray’s The Only Way is Epic has just gone out on site test. We want the industry to know we are back, we are dedicated to this sector and we have more great titles in the pipeline,” said Paul Bursnell, Chief Operating Officer at JPM.

“It is great to have the support of inspirational customers such as Sceptre Leisure and Kossway, we value their input greatly,” said Paul. “We recently appointed AMG Leisure as our distributor for the Cat. C sector and they have already produced some exceptional results. There is undoubtedly a demand for choice in the market, given recent developments.”

JPM is still heavily involved in its export markets, working closely with major distributors such as Synot. It also has an active digital division, JPM Interactive, producing content for online and mobile platforms.

“The consolidation of our development team in one location has delivered a stimulating environment for our talented team of in-house games designers and also the best-of-breed independents who work on specific projects. This ultimately translates into fresh and exciting game content,” revealed Paul.

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