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Would you play an em at location for $1 per game?

By metalguy

5 months ago


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    #84 5 months ago

    It all depends on the target audience. I’ll play almost any game on location once. If it’s clean and maintained, I’ll play more. Beyond $0.50, you may have trouble attracting younger people to play an EM.

    If I put a pin in a non arcade location today, I would definitely use something digital like Payrange. Young people don’t carry cash or think in cash as much as us old farts.

    I may be falsely assuming an EM couldn’t use that technology.

    https://www.payrange.com/

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