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Do any machines in the UK have eAmuse support?

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Post #1 · Posted at 2012-08-17 10:38:54pm 11.8 years ago

Offline Ben Speirs
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Ordered a card from a member on Bemanistyle, just for keepsake's purposes, but I'm curious as to whether there are any machines which work with it? Any ideas?

EDIT: I don't mean with the internet connection thing, I mean just accepting the cards? Or do the cards themselves have to be registered online? I imagined it'd be kind of like a Ghost Squad card or something, I'm probably wrong though!

Post #2 · Posted at 2013-09-11 03:25:46pm 10.7 years ago

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Quote: Ben Speirs
Ordered a card from a member on Bemanistyle, just for keepsake's purposes, but I'm curious as to whether there are any machines which work with it? Any ideas?

EDIT: I don't mean with the internet connection thing, I mean just accepting the cards? Or do the cards themselves have to be registered online? I imagined it'd be kind of like a Ghost Squad card or something, I'm probably wrong though!

Hey dude, good news!
Adam is currently working on the DDR machine in Heart of Gaming (London) to have support.
Hopefully it will work out. If it does, you will definitely hear about it here.

Post #3 · Posted at 2013-09-11 04:32:21pm 10.7 years ago

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I'm curious: Do they use the same network as Japan/Asia/Australia for record-keeping?

Post #4 · Posted at 2013-09-11 06:10:35pm 10.7 years ago

Offline yindesu
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Australia (and the US) has both real eAmusement and other. Of course, records are not shared between the networks.

eAmusement cards do not store any data - all data is stored on the server.

Post #5 · Posted at 2013-09-11 06:42:41pm 10.7 years ago

Offline Silverhawke
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US have both real and "fake" eAmuse network I think. Australia, Asia and Japan share a server.
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Post #6 · Posted at 2013-09-11 06:54:25pm 10.7 years ago

Offline TaroNuke
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Heart of Gaming is going to share data with the "fake" US server

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Post #7 · Posted at 2013-09-12 06:30:18am 10.7 years ago

Offline BemaniFan2237
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you mean programmed world?
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Post #8 · Posted at 2013-09-12 01:14:51pm 10.7 years ago

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Quote: yindesu
eAmusement cards do not store any data - all data is stored on the server.

And that's why users can 'transfer' from one ePASS to another in the event of physical failure.
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