Will Hill - Worst Loyalty Bonus Offer Ever?

Simmo!

Moderator
Staff member
Just logged into an old Will Hill account I had and saw this "loyalty bonus" offer. Thought it looked amazing...

"Stake over 50000 GBP to earn your 100 GBP bonus"

:eek2:

So come on then...anyone got any worse than that?
 

Alexishot69

Banned User
little wonder

"The UK bookmaker said its retail business, which accounts for some 82 pct of group gross win, has performed strongly while the telephone channel -- approximately 5 pct -- has delivered a stable performance. The performance of the Internet business -- about 12 pct of group gross win -- has continued to be disappointing, it said, reflecting technology issues relating to the sportsbook as well as the competitive market environment"

this used to be when it first started .an excellent safe secure site..howver its of my honest opinion the makor uk businesses rely on FOBTs for the vast majority of there income and the internet side seems to be goin down the pan and do they care? not a jolt cos theyre raking in unimaginable fortunes from these machines in the retail shops..in short do they give a damn about the internet casino part and the bonuses they offer? not one bithence that laughable bonus
 

Rhyzz

Registered
Will Hill, Betfred, Ladbrokes, Corals....none of them are bothered about the online side of the business. Very few UK bookmakers put alot of time and effort into their's - bet365 & Stanjames are probably the 2 best books, although Stans have a terrible Casino
 

TheBoyMitchell

Full Member
webmeister
Will Hill will be come January....


William Hill claims top online games slot

By Roger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent

Published: October 20 2008 21:05 | Last updated: October 20 2008 21:05

William Hill made the bold claim yesterday that it had transformed itself overnight into Europes leading online gaming and sports betting business after striking a deal with gambling software provider Playtech.

The link-up involving a licensing collaboration as well as an agreement for William Hill to buy up affiliates and other assets from Playtech sees the UKs second-biggest bookmaker seeking to rectify its chronic weakness in online gambling by creating William Hill Online. The new entity will use Playtech as William Hills poker and casino software provider, replacing CryptoLogic from January.
 
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