William Hill Online H1 profits plummet 33%

Euro 2016 boost fails to offset impact of market closures and an increase in time-out/self-exclusions

William Hill's sluggish online performance continued in H1 2016, with the operator this morning reporting a 33% fall in profits following a 3% decline in revenues and higher marketing costs. The bookmaker recorded a £43.4m operating profit for the six months ended 30 June, down from £64.6m in the corresponding period last year, while online…

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