William Hill’s virtual sports expansion

17 Dec 2016

William Hill's virtual sportsWilliam Hill is a bookmaker that never seems to get easy concerning their development in all the ways. The British bookmaker bets a lot on the virtual sports and their latest move is their presence in four different spots in Nevada’s casinos. The last few days they take bets on virtual racing at four locations in Reno, in the US state of Nevada. Firstly they had to pass successfully a trial at two Las Vegas locations, at the Plaza Casino and Silver Sevens Casino. These trials took place in the past November, when the state gaming commission gave their final approval for expansion of the product, which is being delivered in partnership with Inspired.

This will have a result for North Nevada players to bet on virtual racing at the William Hill sportsbooks inside the Circus Circus Reno, Club Cal Neva, Grand Sierra Resort and Silver Legacy. Of course, the reactions from the British bookmaker side were were – as expected- joyful and official sources say that there is more to come in the next dew months. William Hill plans to introduce virtual racing at additional locations: the Skyline in Henderson, Hard Rock and MontBleu at Lake Tahoe, as well as venues in Laughlin, Mesquite, Las Vegas, Pahrump, Primm and Reno.

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