Expanding GVC ShinesAs well as taking gold in the Poker and Casino Operator of the Years categories, GVC Holdings took the overall award for Operator of 2018.Open Ears for RecognitionIn between these corporate moves, the achievement that resonated most with judges was GVC’s commitment to customer experiences.
Gambling company GVC Holdings is facing a shareholder backlash over what has been described as an “excessively disproportionate” pay to the company’s CEO, Kenny Alexander, The Guardian reports.During last year’s annual general meeting of the gambling company, over 45% of its investors voted down its pay policy which awarded Mr.
Following the creation of a joint venture in July 2018, MGM Resorts and GVC Holdings announced this week the appointment of Adam Greenblatt as the venture’s Chief Executive Officer.The joint venture was formed this summer for the purpose of creating a leading sports betting and interactive gaming proposition for the US market, according to the press release.
Under the newly penned partnership agreement between MGM and GVC, the two companies will form a joint venture that will operate sports betting and online gambling services across states where the provision of these services is legal.Reports about the partnership between MGM and GVC emerged over the weekend to be confirmed earlier today.
Partypoker parent company GVC Holdings and the world’s largest casino operator, MGM Resorts, are in the final stages of completing a sports betting partnership worth a reported $200 million.(Image: CNBC)According to Sky News on Saturday, both gaming behemoths will be putting up $100 million to launch a new collection of sports betting sites across the US.
Shareholders of Isle of Man based gambling giant GVC Holdings PLC have voted in favor of a merger with Ladbrokes Coral PLC, the company announced on Thursday.Ahead of its annual earnings report which will be released on Friday, GVC Holdings said that at a general meeting, its shareholders almost unanimously favored the upcoming merger with its sister company Ladbrokes Coral.
Isle of Man-based online gambling operator GVC Holdings has extended its push into regulated markets with another acquisition deal.The company confirmed Monday that it would buy a majority stake in Georgian online gambling operator Crystalbet.
A subsidiary of the Isle of Man-based company was imposed a £350,000 fine for repeated breaches of UK advertising codes.ElectraWorks Limited, which is licensed by the Gambling Commission to provide gambling services through multiple brands including bwin, was also issued a warning for its failure to ensure that a marketing management officer had a personal management license (PML).
The proposed takeover of British bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral by Isle of Man-headquartered GVC Holdings could result in more than 1,600 employees of the combined entity losing their jobs, the two companies revealed in a new round of details about the deal.As for Ladbrokes Coral, which was formed back in 2016 through a merger between Ladbrokes and Coral, is employer to over 25,000 people.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority is set to review the proposed acquisition of major gambling operator Ladbrokes Coral by GVC Holdings.It was announced later that month that Ladbrokes Coral has agreed to a takeover by its online gambling counterpart.
One of GVC Holdings’ online sports betting brands has received an unexpectedly high tax bill, following an audit by Greece’s taxman.77-million tax bill was addressed to Sportingbet, which GVC acquired back in 2013.
33 billion on the table, GVC has given Ladbrokes Coral and its own shareholders something to think about after publishing its 2017 earnings report.In Q4 2017, GVC saw 24 percent growth across its betting platforms, and 22 percent growth for net gaming revenue overall.
Today, gambling operator GVC Holdings officially announced that it reached an agreement to buy the UK bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral Group for a prize amounting to up to £4 billion.GVC-Ladbrokes Merger Could Spark Further Consolidation The takeover deal reached between GVC Holdings and Ladbrokes Coral could be the spark that would light the fire towards further consolidation in the UK gambling sector.