William Hill credits favourable sports results for revenue growth

William Hill credits favourable sports results for revenue growth

British bookmaker William Hill said sports revenue growth in the quarter to September 30 was significantly boosted by a year-on-year swing in its win margin.

Favourable sporting results, including a strong end to the World Cup, meant overall group revenues were 23% higher and operating profits rose 89% in the third quarter of its financial year.

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