US casino merger lifts shares in William Hill

Speculators put down wagers on William Hill on expectations that a uber gambling club bargain in the US will enable the bookie to tap America’s rising games wagering market. Caesars Entertainment, which claims Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, was gobbled up by Eldorado Resorts on Monday in a $17.3bn (£13.6bn) tie-up that will make one of the greatest club administrators in the US.

A year ago William Hill divulged an arrangement with Eldorado to turn into its games wagering accomplice at its destinations and online in states where the US organization has a permit. The bookie affirmed on Tuesday that the arrangement will be stretched out over Caesars’ site if the takeover is finished.