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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 September for a whopping $3.7 …

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William Hill Launches Washinton DC Mobile Sportsbook

William Hill announced the launch of its William Hill Sportsbook App in Washington DC, subject to the approval of the authorities, DC Office of Lottery and Gaming. The UK-based company, which was recently acquired by the Nevada-based Caesars Entertainment Inc, already runs a sportsbook inside the Capital One Arena, DC’s first sportsbook. The new sports …

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Physical Sportsbook Dominates Online App in Washington DC Sports Betting Market

Washington DC sports betting reflected an exception in its November handle that was dominated by a physical sportsbook, William Hill. According to the figures released by the DC lottery, the capital of the country saw $17.6 million in total handle in November. Unlike most US states that witness over 90% of their betting handles via …

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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 the British court’s approval. The …

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Apollo Withdraws From William Hill’s Full Takeover

Apollo Global Management has backed out of a race to acquire William Hill, paving the way for Caesars Entertainment to complete the purchase. However, Apollo is still keen to acquire William Hill’s non-US businesses. In September, US casino operator Caesars Entertainment agreed to purchase UK-based sportsbook William Hill for $3.7 billion. After Apollo’s announcement on …

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Caesars Entertainment & William Hill Ink Deal with Indianapolis Colts

Caesars Entertainment and its sports betting partner William Hill recently signed their first NFL sponsorship deal with Indianapolis Colts. The multi-year partnership will make the Las Vegas-based company a sports betting partner of the American football team. The deal is aimed at engaging sports enthusiasts throughout Indiana amid the 2020 football season. While speaking to …

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Caesars and William Hill Seal a $3.7bn Takeover Deal

Caesars Entertainment has outplayed its rival Apollo by sealing a $3.7 billion cash takeover deal with betting operator William Hill. The deal to acquire the UK-based sports betting operator is part of Caesars’ bid to expand across the United States. According to reports, Caesars plans to sell William Hill’s international operations, including 1400 betting shops …

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Companies Including Caesars to Purchase William Hill

Many suitors including gambling giant Caesars are wanting to purchase betting operator William Hill to get the company out of the United Kingdom. In recent years, the London-based company has witnessed a major dip in revenue and is now looking to be sold. Caesars is one of the world’s leading gambling entities that is looking …

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