How is EGM occupancy measured?

EGM occupancy is measured by the percentage of time that a machine is available (ie. a venue's operating hours) compared to the time that the EGM is played.  The higher the percentage, the more popular a game is.

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The Astute BI EGM Occupancy Dashboard (above) displays occupancy and average daily turnover. Click on a dot and a pop up window will appear with details for that particular EGM.

Occupancy is calculated by dividing the venue's operating hours by the number of strokes played on an EGM, multiplied by 7 seconds.

EGMs falling in the red ‘hot section’ have the combination of high occupancy and average daily turnover.

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