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JJP reveals more detail of "The Hobbit" playfield design


By Kevin_LHeureux

6 years ago



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#17 6 years ago

Jack is a smart business guy. Smart business guys use OPM whenever they can. It is apparently there for the taking.

#28 6 years ago

I think Stern probably left money on the table by limiting the number of LEs. I guess that is why they went to the LE/premium/pro model. Now the LE/premium difference is cosmetic only and anyone that wants the one that plays like a 'Lexus' can buy one. And pros serve the op market way better from a financial model.

JJP basically has the LE/premium model, with no pro option. Not sure how that financial model will work out for ops. That game has to talk people into dropping more moola than they are accustomed to. You probably won't see a WOZ in a laundry mat....

But both companies seem to be doing ok now and I hope they continue to do so!

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