|Tuesday, May 10, 2005||Contact: Maurits Bruggink|
|West Australia introduces self-serve betting machines|
The state of West Australia has started a trial with self-serve electronic betting machines, which allows punters to bet on horseracing and other sports.
The touch screen terminals, which cost around AUS$ 12,000 each, operate without a service assistant, but include comprehensive wagering information. The intention is to place them in TABs, PubTABs and on West Australia racetracks.
The machines have already been a great success in other Australian States.
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