Caesars' plan to buy William Hill is in jeopardy

Gambling giant Caesars Entertainment's massive deal to buy leading bookmaker and casino operator William Hill may break. This scenario is quite likely, despite the fact that the board of directors of BC approved the sale of the company for 2.9 billion pounds.

Several other potential buyers of William Hill are reported to have shown significant activity in recent days, which caused a lot of speculation on this topic.

In particular, the authoritative edition of the Sunday Telegraph reports a substantive interest in the purchase of 1400 WMH bookmakers by another large network, BetFred. It is this operator, according to insiders, who intends to "destroy the deal" of Caesars to buy the business of William Hill.

In addition, the morning business publications in the UK came out with headlines that the second main contender for the purchase of the country's leading bookmaker , Apollo Global Management, is ready to once again compete with Caesars Entertainment by preparing a new offer with an increased amount.

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