BGT to provide 500 self-service betting terminals to Coral

BGT (Best Gaming Technology) has today announced an agreement with Coral to provide a further 500 self-service betting terminals to shops across the UK, building on Coral’s already extensive SSBT estate. The new rollout will provide more terminals for selected high-performing shops, as well as the rollout of terminals to a significant number of Coral shops that have not previously had one.

Announcing the rollout, Coral COO Mark Chambers said:

“The popularity of SSBTs with our customers continues to grow, bringing a huge number of new betting opportunities across football and other sports to complement our over the counter offering. We are delighted to be building upon our strong working relationship with BGT, and look forward to working closely together to keep growing and innovating in self-service betting.”

Commenting on the deal, BGT UK Managing Director, John Pettit said:

"BGT is delighted to be further expanding its relationship with Coral, building on our joint success to date and demonstrating once again that BGT SSBT’s deliver incremental turnover and positive margin. We are particularly pleased to be increasing the number of Coral shops with SSBTs. The existing strong working relationships between Coral and BGT mean that the rollout will be quick and seamless, maximising the benefits that the new terminals will bring over the rest of 2016. We have a number of exciting innovations in the pipeline and this expansion means that even more Coral customers will be able to enjoy these.”

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