Ainsworth’s pokie plan for Fraulein Maria

Ainsworth chief executive Danny Gladstone said the company’s foray into licences titles had so far been modest. "As we grow our licence library we can grow the business," he said. "It’s a competitive marketplace.

The Julie Andrews classic and the mid ’90s R-rated film, which was panned by critics but holds cult status among some film geeks, reflect Ainsworth’s attempt to build market share in "gaming operations".

International sales rose 37 per cent to $100. 8 million, outpacing the domestic business which reported a 15 per cent rise in revenue to $143. 3 million.

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The Sydney-based company is building up its portfolio of pokies based on licensed titles and will unveil two new machines at a big trade show in September: Sound of Music and Showgirls.

After two years in the US market,  Ainsworth now has 1100 machines installed in the "gaming operations" segment.

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