Playnation gets the show on the road with MOTO contract extension
Playnation, a leading UK supplier in the family entertainment machines sector, has been awarded a contract extension with MOTO, following a successful seven year partnership.
The contract renewal will allow Playnation to continue to supply MOTO, the UK’s largest provider of motorway service areas, with a wide range of amusement machines for the next five years.
An additional 80 server based games machines will be added to MOTO service stations across the country, including Playnation’s state of the art Storm B3 terminals, greatly enhancing their offer across the estate.
Mark Chapman, Chief Operating Officer, Playnation said: “We are so pleased to announce this contract extension with MOTO, which is testament to a great, successful partnership between us and will continue to see both parties benefit from the extension, especially with additional server based games investment. Playnation has a real commitment to its people, as well as a focus on innovation, which we believe this has been key to our recent growth. We know that we have a lot more to offer MOTO in the coming years, and we’re excited to continue the good work.”
Playnation was established in 2013 following a management buyout backed by Palatine Private Equity. The company is a market leader for Family Entertainment Centres and currently operates machines in over 1,700 locations, within holiday parks, bowling alleys, airports, pubs and motorway service stations, including Butlins, Haven, Park Resorts, Parkdean, Welcome Break, Roadchef, Talarius and MFA Bowl.