Gaming machines boost William Hill sales

Posted on January 17, 2014 by admin
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William Hill on Friday underlined the importance of controversial gaming machines to its sales, reporting a 3 per cent rise in underlying net revenues from its shop terminals in its fourth quarter.

The betting terminals, which account for £1.5bn a year of revenues to the industry, are the subject of scrutiny from politicians of all parties because of concerns about potential addiction among customers.

Read the full article in The Financial Times online.