The Beacon Bingo Club in Cricklewood north west London played host to one of world gaming’s most influential figures, when Paul Gauselmann took time out from a busy schedule for a guided tour of Europe’s largest capacity bingo club. Mr Gauselmann, who was in London to lead the Gauselmann Group’s presence at the ICE exhibition, also took the opportunity to visit two Cashino adult gaming centres, travelling across the Capital in style, courtesy of a Beacon Bingo liveried, traditional London Taxi.
Praesepe CEO, Nick Harding, commented: “It’s a great honour to be part of the Gauselmann Group, which is one gaming’s most progressive organisations and one committed to the provision of state-of-the-art leisure entertainment. The Gauselmann story, which saw Paul Gauselmann launch his business in 1957 and grow it to an internationally acclaimed enterprise, is one of the most inspiring in gaming and one which I genuinely admire.”
“I was very proud to be able to showcase our Beacon and Cashino businesses and to introduce Mr Gauselmann to some of our customer-facing staff, who have played such a major part in cementing our position as operators of the most successful, socially responsible gaming brands on the British high street.”