Ex-bookie Steve Frater helped Walter Grubmuller launch the product in the late 1990s – but the terminals they invented up are massively controversial
A Brit and his Austrian business partner who invented the betting machines branded the “crack cocaine” of gambling have made a fortune from their creation.
Ex-bookie Steve Frater helped Walter Grubmuller launch the product from his kitchen in the late 1990s.
Less than a decade later the pair sold their Fixed Odds Betting Terminals’ firm for more than £100million.
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