BoyleSports takes bet on William Hill shops in North
Acquisition makes the company the largest bricks-and-mortar bookie on the island
BoyleSports has bought British bookmaker William Hill’s retail network in the North, in a move that makes it the largest bricks and mortar bookie on the island.
It has acquired all of William Hill’s 33 shops in the North and two in the Isle of Man as part of the deal.
BoyleSports chief executive Conor Gray said the takeover was part of an effort to grow its presence outside of Ireland due...
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