A snooker and pool bar in Maidenhead recently got in touch and engaged us to supply them with new gaming and amusement machines. Naturally, they were fully stocked on pool tables, but we have complimented their entertainment offerings.
Whether you’re a member of a pool league, or just a casual player looking for a little more competitive fun, there are plenty of ways to get better at playing pool. The worst thing about a game of pool is when you end up chasing the black around the table for an hour. So, here are a few easy ways to get better at pool and maybe actually win a game or two!
This week’s installation takes place in the historical city of Winchester, in Hampshire.
With the weather being as unpredictable as every British Summer, pubs and clubs need to make sure their revenue streams are maximised, just in case of a rainy day.
With the Royal Wedding coming up, we’ve been hard at work supplying pubs and clubs with the digital entertainment they need to satisfy their patrons on the big weekend. Our most recent installation was in Winnersh, where a local Social Club reached out for our help.
Fruit machines are pretty sophisticated these days. They are specifically designed so they can’t be “gamed” and are rigorously tested to be tamper-proof. However, there are always people out there who think they can rip off a fruit machine, at the cost to your venue.
The sun has finally decided to show up and we’re enjoying a week of gorgeous sunshine. This means big businesses for pubs across the UK, as people start popping down their local for a pint in the pub garden. Continue reading…
TVC Leisure were recently instructed to supply gaming and amusement machines in to a Members Social Club in Woodford London.
The social club had become unhappy with their previous suppliers. They had been supplied by a national company whose service levels were not sufficient and the equipment had become dated. Continue reading…
The hospitality sector is a competitive place to be these days, especially for small hotels. With the rise of AirBnb and similar players moving into the market in recent years, hotels need to do more to remain competitive. Here are 5 easy ways for small hotels to boost their revenue and provide a better experience at the same time.
The wet-trade is making its way back into pubs, as the casual-dining fad begins to wane in the UK. Research by Catton Hospitality’s S4Labour revealed wet-led operations saw a 4.8% sales lift in February, compared to last year. While food-led pubs experienced a 0.6% year-on-year dip.