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Sega Sammy gives extra lives to its slot machine parts

Company reuses items in new machines to cut costs in shrinking market

TOKYO -- Sega Sammy Holdings has begun reusing more parts in its slot and pachinko machines to slash costs and raise efficiency, expecting to buoy profit by 10 billion yen ($87.7 million) in fiscal 2019 as a result.

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