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Caesars $3.7Bn Acquisition of William Hill Closing This Thursday

Caesars Entertainment is set to complete its $3.7 billion acquisition of William Hill on Thursday following a UK court’s ruling earlier this week. On Tuesday, the High Court of Justice in England and Wales approved the deal. Court approval was required after a minority shareholder disputed the deal that was …

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NFL Names Caesars, DraftKings & FanDuel Official Sports Betting Partners

On Thursday, the National Football League (NFL) entered the US sports betting world with not one, not two, but three sportsbook partners simultaneously, announcing that FanDuel, DraftKings, and Caesars Entertainment will be its exclusive partners under multi-year agreements. All three sportsbook partners will be exclusively allowed to leverage the league’s …

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Caesars and 888 Deepen Online Poker Partnership

Caesars Entertainment and the London-listed 888 Holdings Plc have agreed to a multi-year extension of their B2B poker partnership. Under the renewed agreement, 888 will continue to power Caesar’s World Series of Poker (WSOP) online poker brand, as the company intends to enter into new regulated markets. The Las Vegas-based …

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Bally’s Completes Acquisition of Eldorado Shreveport From Caesars

Bally’s Corporation announced last week that it completed its acquisition of the Eldorado Resort Casino Shreveport from Caesars Entertainment. The Rhode Island-based casino company purchased the property for $140 million, primarily funded with cash on hand as well as with borrowings under the entity’s revolving credit facility. Bally’s Corporation’s President …

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Caesars Obtains Partial Clearance for $3.7 Billion William Hill Deal

Caesars Entertainment announced last Monday that it had received partial regulatory clearance to acquire the UK-based bookmaker William Hill. The Nevada-based casino and hotel company required clearance under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Acts of 1976 (HSR Act) for the acquisition of William Hill – that it agreed to buy in …

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Caesars To Sell Southern Indiana Casino to Native American Tribe

Caesars Entertainment Inc. has agreed to sell its Southern Indiana facility to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for $250 million. According to the decision that was announced in a news release last Thursday, the Reno-based company said it is extending the brand to one of its long-time partners. The …

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Caesars Invests $325M To Transform Harrah’s New Orleans

Caesars Entertainment has unveiled plans to transform Harrah’s New Orleans into Caesars New Orleans as part of its $325 million project. The Reno-based casino operator, which is the parent company of Harrah’s New Orleans, announced the plan on Tuesday before the New Orleans Building Corporation. The renovation and construction project …

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Caesars & Ezugi Collaborate To Launch Online Live Dealer Games in New Jersey

Caesars Entertainment and Ezugi have collaborated to provide online dealer games in the state of New Jersey. Caesars Casino & Sportsbook New Jersey hosts the games, streaming in high definition live from Ezugi’s studio to further strengthen the leading gambling market in the United States. Evolution-owned Ezugi is a live …

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William Hill Shareholders Approve $3.7 Billion Caesars Takeover

William Hill shareholders have approved the proposed takeover of UK-based sportsbook by the Nevada-based Caesars Entertainment, Inc. The shareholders supported the $3.7 billion deal on a meeting held on Thursday, with 87.1% of the majority that will see Caesars completing William Hill’s “historic acquisition” by the next year subject to …

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