Will Hill And Paddy Power Commit To Northern Ireland Voluntary FOBT Stake Cut

All eyes on Sean Graham, McLean and Toals to do the same

William Hill and Paddy Power have voluntarily agreed to lower the maximum stakes on fixed-odds-betting-terminals (FOBT’s) from GBP 100 to GBP 2 in Northern Ireland according to a Twitter video posted by Belfast city councillor, John Kyle.

The move follows GVC-owned Ladbrokes who voluntarily cut its FOBT maximum stakes in line with the rest of the UK.

Kyle hopes to see bookmakers Sean Graham, McLean and Toals also commit to the initiative.