William Hill Cuts Off New Members

William Hill Cuts off new member sign-ups for 3 of its smaller online casino brands but keeps William Hill and Mr Green online! (Images from williamhillcasino.com)

One of the largest live casino brands, with a whole host of dedicated Playtech live dealer game titles, is starting to consolidate its brands, so to speak. The company is keeping its main William Hill and Mr Green Casino brands online while it will close extensions to these brands. From today, the option to sign up to these live casino establishments is now revoked. That means the attractive welcome bonus with live casino, including is not off the menu with yesterday’s new sign-ups the last to take the brands upon their welcome offer.

  • Eurogrand Casino
  • William Hill Casino Club
  • 21Nova Casino

Existing members have until 26 January 2020 to play at the casino and then cash out their balance. That means anyone that recently signed up just to get hold of the welcome bonus will have a short-lived membership at these casinos, as after this date the 3 online casino brands will no longer be online.

These William Hill live casino establishments are well-known for their range of Playtech live dealer games from table games like blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and poker to live casino titles including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Spin ‘a’ Win, Deal or No Deal, and Adventures Beyond Wonderland. However, they are a much smaller version of the more diverse main casino site William Hill Casino while Mr Green is a William Hill acquisition and also offers a large online and live casino gaming experience with a mix of Playtech and Evolution live titles.

Transition Over: Live casino players at Eurogrand Casino, William Hill Casino Club, and 21Nova Casino will need to transition over to William Hill Casino or Mr Green. For those that have already claimed the welcome bonus at one of the 3 casinos preparing for closure, it is best to contact Mr Green and William Hill support make sure claiming a new welcome bonus is legitimately on the cards.

Is this all part of the 888 Holdings buy out?

Many believe this is part of the new 888 Holdings PLC buyout of all William Hill’s European assets. This makes sense too because the casinos fall under UKGC, MGA, and Gibraltar licensing – all European-based licensing. Originally, Caesars Entertainment PLC purchased William Hill, which included its global assets spreading across multiple continents.

However, Caesars Entertainment PLC’s plans soon became clear, and that was to build the William Hill US brand. Pursuant to this, Caesars began to sell its overseas (non-US) William Hill assets. This was in line with the company’s mass sell-off of its overseas land-based operations, too. As a result, 888 Holdings PLC came along with a big worth £2.2 billion for all of William Hill’s Euro-based operations.

It would be very reasonable to assume that also means 888 Holdings PLC took control of the William Hill Global PLC operator, which holds the UKGC, MGA, and Gibraltar licensing for the brands. They are non-US based assets. If this is the case, 888 Holdings will now operate William Hill Live Casino, Mr Green Live Casino, 888 Live Casino, 777 Casino, Amber Spins, and a huge number of online Bingo sites with custom 888 Gaming and Dragonfish game titles.

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