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UK – SG Gaming signs deal extension with Corbett

By - 18 August 2016

SG Gaming has been awarded a four year contract extension with Corbett Bookmakers after a long successful mutually-beneficial relationship with independent bookmaker.

Since 2010, SG Gaming has supplied Corbett Bookmakers with the Company’s leading content library, state of the art terminals, platform and operational service and support help to drive gaming terminal revenue across the Corbett estate.

Under the agreement, SG Gaming’s experienced field-based engineering team upgraded 103 terminals in 27 shops over a period of six weeks in June and July with the Company’s HD Infinity terminal, bringing the total number of Infinity terminals to 203 across the Corbett Bookmaker 53-shop estate.

As part of the agreement, Corbett Bookmakers will also benefit from training, marketing and operational support provided by our account management team, ensuring each Corbett shop can unlock the full potential of the new terminals.

Phil Horne, Chief Executive Officer of SG Gaming, said, “We are thrilled Corbett has decided to extend their contract with us, securing our partnership for another four years. The new terminal upgrade combined with our great content enables the Corbett estate to benefit from SG Gaming’s full service offering.

“Our relationship with Corbett has been a huge success, with this extension bringing our work together to more than 10 years. SG Gaming created a tailored offer of terminals, content and support for the independent LBO sector and this has been instrumental to the success of this partnership.”

On the decision to extend the deal, Michael Corbett, Managing Director of Corbett Bookmakers, commented, “The innovative HD Infinity terminal, operational, training and account support SG Gaming provides are pivotal to our gaming machine business and are key drivers behind our decision to extend.

“As our sole machine supplier, we look forward to working with SG Gaming to grow our partnership over the next four years and together focusing on continuing to help drive our gaming machine performance.”

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