Amergames Releases New Route Management Software

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Amergames launches new Route Management Software "Arcade Tracer" for Arcade and Coin Op Owners. Route operators finally have an affordable solution for revenue and machine management. Check out or website for additional information.

Amergames experiences brisk sales at Fun Expo 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Amergames has a history of selling after market arcade products to an international customer base. The company recently sold its 350th Sensor Board and 200th Glove Harness for Konami’s MoCap Boxing®.

Amergames has a wide selection of commonly used parts and will reverse engineer cables and some circuit boards upon request. For additional products visit

The real hit at the show was Arcade Tracker™. Arcade Tracker™ is a proprietary Route Management package for route operators. It was developed for route owners who have more than 50 machines and do not want to invest into costly stored value or debit card system.

Arcade Tracker™ has numerous advantages over its competitors. Arcade Tracker™ provides better revenue management, down time reporting, and history logs than any other system on the market. Arcade Tracker™ is web based which means operators do not have to purchase costly computer equipment or licenses.

The system will give revenue and payout reports by day for each machine. The information is stored on a circuit board installed inside the machine and transferred via IR (infrared communication) to a Pocket PC PDA. The information is then uploaded to website, where you can access different revenue and history reports.

The down time tracking provides current and history reporting of all problems in your location. Operators can also give location owners access to their website. The access can be limited to just entering trouble tickets or include down time reports and commission reports.

Amergames is pre-selling units and will start shipments in early November. Call about our special offers including seller financing over the first year. For information contact James Harhi, or 321-723-7308.

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