UK bookmaker to support Behind Enemy Lines card at Wembley Arena on July 20 along with August’s Cleverley/Kovalev bout in Cardiff.
Titles from online casino games and solutions firm will now be available to players in the UK via WilliamHill.com.
Land-based gaming firm will offer $1.2bn in stock to fund CAC online gaming enterprise.
Bruce Thompson has been named chairperson for VCGLR with Ross Kennedy now serving as deputy chairperson.
Move by Premier Colin Barnett follows similar action due to be implemented next month in South Australia.
The amount spent on gambling as part of leisure expenditures dropped from 9.4% to 7.7% year-on-year.
Agreement will see iSoftBet able to supply customers with a wider range of bet types, sporting events and leagues via online and land-based platforms.
Marketing efforts will celebrate online and land-based bookmaker gaining one million Facebook fans.
New innovation will cover about 50,000 Pro Circuit matches per season with data sourced directly from match umpires.
Gaming developer has signed a deal to provide Oregon State Lottery with 1,500 video lottery terminals next year.
Pair want access to market currently controversially controlled by OPAP.
William Hill is due to pay fellow operator a total of around £1.1 million.
Plan has been approved by Australian state's Independent Gambling Authority.
Land-based and online slots developer will now be able to offer its complete range of products to operators licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
Australian media has online bookmaker bidding for TomWaterhouse.com business.
William Hill subsidiary is to remove half of the units it operates in the western state.
American online and land-based casino games and solutions firm is to bring its range of slots to operator’s paddypowergames.com domain.
Online payments provider is to integrate Netbanx platform in order to supply Bally Technologies and its customers with a range of iGaming services.
Deal will see Tab subsidiary maintain retail totalisator and fixed-odds betting monopoly in New South Wales until 2033.
Land-based, online and social games developer has signed a definitive agreement to purchase fellow American firm Electrotank.