In the UK, both gambling and charity is an important aspect of life. So, it's not a surprise that gambling charity is also a thing. While in other countries the gambling authorities making an income from fines, in the United Kingdom donations are also essential for operators to stay in the "trustworthy scene". Let's take a look at who have been the most generous gaming firms in the past year, according to GambleAware's reveals.
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William Hill, the London-based operator will team up with a local Native American casino to open the latest sportsbook in Michigan. Let's take a closer look at the current standing of the industry in the state. Also, you can learn what are the expectations in connection with the new project and what are their offline and online plans to succeed in the US market.
Sportsbook closures in the UK continue as William Hill announced that many of their land-based betting shops won't reopen around the High Street. Let's take a closer look at the reasons together. Also, we will picture what are the company's plans for the long-term
William Hill’s subsidiary group, Mr Green, have been involved in a spot of bother. The online gambling operator has been fined by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) after investigations into online casinos. With the news of Mr Green penalized, William Hill are set to pay £3m to the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms. Let’s read on.
Motorsports are favored among bettors and online bookies as well. If you like strong engines and the dirtiest imaginable bodyworks, you will love rally betting. However, one the other hand, you should never bet on the Pushkinskiye Gory Rally, because it has a bend which destroyed six cars during a…