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Best Gaming Technology extends partnership with Stan James

Retail technology company Best Gaming Technology (BGT) has confirmed that it will supply 83 widescreen terminals to new Stan James betting shops.

Euan McCormick, Stan James director, said: “We have recently completed the deployment of 30 widescreen Storm terminals into our estate. Following our acquisition of the Coral/Ladbrokes shops, it was clear that we would need to have an enhanced product to retain existing customers and to compete in the modern market place.

“We are pleased to have placed an order for the latest widescreen Storm terminals, offering the full BGT product range including Racing Post and a range of numbers betting. The bookmaker plans to place a minimum of two terminals in each of its shops to ensure availability to customers.

“As part of our upcoming re-branding and relaunch as Megabet, we are looking forward to investing in, and improving, our Sports Betting offering along with all other areas of the business from the shop environment to the range of products and services on offer.”

John Pettit, BGT UK managing director, said: “BGT is extremely happy to be able to work with Stan James/Megabet in providing the very best in sports betting technology, offering a seamless transition of BGT services, including the introduction of our new-look homepage, Racing Post and numbers betting. We look forward to further developing our relationship with Stan James.”

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