It’s been touted on the site here for a while and today, UNIS held their physical trade show alternative called the UNIS Showcase 2020 event. These games would have been a part of their IAAPA 2020 booth, but as you might recall, that was canceled. Due to such cancellations and a huge slowdown in news, this post feels a little odd to write, just because it’s been many months since we’ve had so much news to digest in such a short time.
Using the Accelevents platform, UNIS has been able to feature virtual exhibitors (sponsors that could highlight their business and products; as a note, Arcade Heroes is a sponsor, but I’m not being paid to post this), interactive polls/Q&A/chats, the ability to watch product videos, download brochures and more. They also did some chats with some operators to get feedback on what they’ve been doing to keep their facilities going (or surviving during extended shutdowns), and they did some prize giveaways.
I did miss a couple of parts at the beginning and after the lunch break, but I’ve otherwise been able to catch all of the important portions. The company did launch a new website called, where you can not only see images of the games, but you can also go into a virtual showroom, walk around and see videos and or renders of the game cabinets (one was done from a real showroom with product there; the other is virtual renderings)
Let’s get into the stuff that you readers will likely be interested in:
Elite Park
It’s best to explain this before we get into the games, as it might cause a little confusion if I just throw the name out there.
UNIS has come up with a new modular cabinet design that will apply to many (but not all) of their games.