At KASE-EO we are passionate about the 'gaming experience'.
This translates to superb designs and an excellent quality of workmanship.
To our knowledge, KASE-EO is the only arcade manufacturer that has set itself rules to abide by when designing and building each of its products. These are:
* Reduce player fatigue by designing control layouts that are comfortable to use.
* No compromise whatsoever on the individual components, these have to be the very best items for the task required.
* Build quality that actually supercedes the requirement needed for such items.
* To provide fool-proof documentation, in plain English for the end user.
* To be as environmentally friendly as possible.
* To use and support UK suppliers/businesses whenever possible.
* To have the most knowledgeable, friendly and helpful customer support team.
In 2001, Adam Bacchus was to open the UK's most comprehensive on-line MAME store, offering flat-packed arcade cabinets and 300+ cabinet accessories and parts, anything from 8-way joysticks right down to the cabinets castors. This was all achieved from his workshop in Haverhill, Suffolk. This store was known as Red Rocket Retro Ltd.
The ever increasing popularity of retro game cabinets being used for MAME and JAMMA use started Adam thinking, and then a plan started to unfold.
Armed with lists of suppliers, positive and negative comments from past customers and most importantly, ideas to overwhelm anyone that has had even the slightest interest in retro gaming, formed the basis of the foundations for the UK's strongest partnership in gaming cabinet solutions, KASE-EO.
As a supplier of cabinets to home users, KASE-EO could not fail to wake the 80's and 90's kid in everyone that ever became truly engrossed in a game of Gauntlet. Or After Burner. Or even (obviously) the days of Pac-Man.
The popularity of video pinball machines in the US caught Adams attention, and in 2006 KASE-EO started manufacturing such machines, much to the delight to all British gamers.
Now, in 2017, Adams dream as a child is now approaching dizzying heights with the design of commercial machines set for amusement arcades up and down the UK.