Some of the slot machines found in Las Vegas casinos rely on circuit boards and software developed by Innocore Gaming. The company, which is based at North Shields in Tyne and Wear, generates 35% of its revenue in America and has offices there, as well as in the Netherlands and Taiwan. It was established as part of Densitron Technologies, and in 2006 started trading as a limited company before NEL Fund Management invested £400,000 in a 2007 management buyout led by Edward Price, the managing director. Innocore’s sales rose 60% a year from an annualised £1.3m in 2006 to £5.3m in 2009.
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