Potential buyers of non-US William Hill business become known

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Potential buyers of non-US assets of the William Hill (Great Britain) betting company, which was taken over by the American corporation Caesars Entertainment in April of this year, have become known. According to insider information, partially confirmed by representatives of possible acquirers, these are Entain (Isle of Man), Apollo Global Management (USA), 888 Holdings (Gibraltar), as well as the owner of the Betfred bookmaker Fred Downe (Great Britain). My Lucky Story wrote that Caesars Entertainment wants to receive at least one and a half billion dollars for William Hill’s non-US assets. Earlier it became known that the American corporation will also sell a land-based casino in Las Vegas. Recall that Caesars Entertainment and the baseball club Arizona Diamondbacks (Arizona) have signed a partnership agreement.

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