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- William Hill shut Tel Aviv office, shift operations to Europe
June 26, 2017
UK-licensed bookmaker William Hill is shutting its Israel office and consolidating most of its online operations at its Shoreditch facility in London. On Monday, Leaprate broke the news that Hills planned to vacate its office at the Azrieli Towers in Tel Aviv and was holding individual meetings with the roughly...
- William Hill Australia revives Centrebet brand
January 4, 2017
Bookmaker William Hill’s Australian division has revived its dormant Centrebet brand only months after streamlining its down under operations into a single corporate presence. On Tuesday, William Hill Australia formally announced the rebirth of its Centrebet website and mobile app, which is being positioned as the home of the “serious”...
- Aussie bookie TV spending up one-quarter; William Hill doubles down on in-play
September 7, 2016
Australian bookmakers’ spending on ads during televised sporting broadcasts rose nearly one-quarter in the first half of 2016. On Wednesday, The Australian quoted Nielsen data showing bookies spending AUD 125m (US $95.8m) on adverts shown during sporting telecasts in H1. The figure, which doesn’t include pay-TV channels, is nearly 25%...
- Paddy Power hires new creative agency; William Hill Australia says men don’t dance
March 12, 2015
Irish betting operator Paddy Power has tapped London-based mad men Beattie McGuinness Bungay (BMB) to handle its creative account. Paddy announced late last year that it was looking to shake up its creative advertising after three years with Crispin Porter & Bogusky, who elected not to push for a renewal....
- William Hill profit falls in Q4, rises in 2014, Aussie brand consolidation (again)
January 20, 2015
UK-listed bookmaker William Hill's profits fell 7% in the fourth quarter of 2014. Hills issued a trading update on Tuesday saying the final three months of the year had been laid low by unfavorable results in football and horseracing. The results also endured an unfortunate comparison with Q4 2013, which...