In the US state of Nevada, William Hill has taken a major step in its sportsbook growth strategy, winning unanimous recommendations of approval for licensing at seven properties.

The state Gaming Control Board recommended licensing approval for race and sportsbooks at Jerry’s Nugget in North Las Vegas, four properties in Las Vegas and Laughlin under Golden Entertainment and two in Reno and Stateline under Eldorado Resorts.

The approval in the Eldorado licensing includes amending orders of registration. William Hill already operates sportsbooks at downtown Reno’s Eldorado and Stateline’s Montbleu properties.

Joe Asher, CEO, William Hill US said that once final approval is granted, the company would manage race and sportsbooks at the Stratosphere, Arizona Charlie’s Decatur and Arizona Charlie’s Boulder in Las Vegas, as well as Aquarius in Laughlin.

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