Bars, other street spots, small gamerooms with limited space can now accommodate skill game

GARDENA, CA — October 2, 2017 — New from Andamiro USA Corp. is Baseball Pro Junior, a smaller version of the manufacturer’s original Baseball Pro arcade game introduced a year ago. The compact model is now shipping to amusement operators nationwide.

“Operators asked us to make a smaller version of Baseball Pro, so here it is” said Andamiro USA Corp. president of sales Drew Maniscalco. “The Junior model is a good fit for bars and taverns, among other coin-op street locations, as well as entertainment centers looking to save space.”

Baseball Pro Junior measures 33.8″ W. x 70.8″ D. x 89.3″ H., compared with its predecessor’s 43.3″ W. x 92.5″ D. x 110.2″ H. dimensions, reducing the footprint by almost 40%.

One of Andamiro’s specialties is integrating mechanical engineering and electronic design, which is evidenced by Baseball Pro’s ability to simulate the real game. Baseball Pro Junior offers the same feature-rich gameplay as the original, which updates a classic arcade game genre for today’s players. Andamiro’s baseball lineup pays homage to the mechanical “pitch-and-bat” arcade machines of the 1950s.

Click here to see article about 2016’s original Baseball Pro Arcade.

The company’s novel baseball bat interface and automatic pitching mechanism are key to the game’s popularity. The player uses a miniature bat to hit the ball onto the playfield; they apply their skill to direct the ball away from the “out” holes, and into the base hit and homerun target openings. When they make a hit, runners advance from base to base. Good batting technique is rewarded with tickets. Audio play-by-play commentary and responsive illumination effects enhance the experience.

“Baseball Pro is designed to cultivate a following of steady players,” Maniscalco observed. “This is a great piece for operators who are looking to add entertainment value to their locations — so look no further!”

ABOUT ANDAMIRO USA: Based in Gardena, CA, Andamiro USA Corp. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Andamiro Entertainment, a Korean game manufacturer founded in 1992. Andamiro designs and produces ticket redemption amusements, prize merchandisers and sports games, along with the Pump It Up dance simulator line. Andamiro opened its U.S. office in 2000 in southern California. It has since brought to market dozens of high-earning arcade titles that operate in a wide variety of entertainment destinations. Despicable Me Jelly Lab, SpongeBob Pineapple Arcade, SpongeBob Order Up, Paw Patrol, NFLPA Super Star Football Coins, Baseball Pro and S Cube are among its games. Please visit and