Sega's Power Roll Ticket Redemption Game Enters Full Production

Posted On: 8/5/2019

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CHESSINGTON, England -- Sega Amusements International reports that its new Power Roll skill-based redemption game is now rolling off the production line and into arcades. Power Roll was introduced at this spring's Amusement Expo International in Las Vegas, NV.

"Power Roll is performing extremely well at all our test locations, typically being one of the very top-earning games," according to Sega sales manager Vince Moreno. "The word about this income-topping performance has spread, and demand is soaring beyond our expectations. We have increased our production, and new units are 'power-rolling' off our production line."

Power Roll features simple, intuitive gameplay. Players pull a lever with just the right strength to launch the ball up the ramp and into the bonus ticket zone. As the ball rolls up, it swings the "stoppers," creating a kinetic attraction for players. There are other ticket values along the playfield, so players always win tickets.

For new players, the skill of exerting "just the right strength" creates suspense and excitement, the company explained, as the player can never be sure where the ball will end up. The intuitive nature of the game entices players to try again with greater confidence as they aim for the bonus. The skill-based gameplay, combined with entertaining audio prompts, appeals to players of all ages.

George Smith, president of Family Entertainment Group (Itasca, IL), reported that "Power Roll is fantastic and a consistent earner. It's among the top pieces we operate and seems to work in all environments."

Power Roll is housed in a tall, eye-catching yellow and red cabinet with attractive lighting effects. Complemented by its huge top header and curved see-through acrylic enclosure, Power Roll stands out in any location. The brightly lit oversized-ball-shaped lever and colorful playfield add to the attraction of the game, Sega observed.

Power Roll income can be pushed to new heights by pairing two units under a deluxe illuminated marquee. A twin game with deluxe marquee measures 88" D. x 77" W. x 121" tall.

Information on Power Roll may be had from Sega by calling (847) 364-9787, emailing to , or from local authorized Sega distributors.

ON THE MOVE: New Sega Amusements Power Roll skill-based redemption game got a warm reception at this year's Amusement Showcase International (left). The game is now in full production.