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William Hill F1 Sportsbook Review

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UK 08000 085 6296
Worldwide 00800 3551 3551

Licensed: United Kingdom & Gibraltar
Founded: 1934
Online: 1998

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William Hill is one of the most widely recognized sportsbook brands in the United Kingdom. They have a fairly significant presence worldwide and is a gambling company that was founded in 1934. They are currently a public traded company on the London Stock Exchange known as WMH and their CEO is Ralph Topping. Worldwide the company employs 15,000 people as listed in 2010. The online gaming company offers everything from casino, poker, bingo, sportsbetting, live dealer casino, mobile sportsbetting and financial-binary options betting.

Bonuses & Promotions

The sportsbook offers a 100% bonus up to £25 for new players which is for the sportsbook only. Each betting product has it’s own bonus and for their sportsbook they frequently have promotions and contests happening at any given moment. When it comes to betting on Formula 1 racing, expect the book to be active throughout the season.


At William Hill you can bet on almost any sport imaginable. For Formula 1 racing you can bet on the drivers championship, f1 races for each grand prix, constructors championship and head to head matchups.


The company has a storied history starting in 1934 in Britain. According to their wikipedia profile the company has had rocky times despite being the massive  company it is today. According to their WilliamHillPLC website they have around 2370 betting shops throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, meaning 1 in 4 betting shops are of WillHill. The land based services processes over 1 million betting slips daily.

William Hill has recently experienced problems with their online division which is managed by Playtech which they started a partnership in November 2008. In the fall of 2011, many employees and marketing staff walked out of the online company leaving the company crippled and executives at William Hill scrambling to repair the damages. Nobody knows if the online division is stable at the moment so we tell our players to proceed with caution. They are offering generous bonuses to lure players in that might have been scared to play there. We say enjoy the bonuses but don’t make this book your primary place to bet until the company stabilizes their online division.


We recommend you can try the book and to collect some of their generous player bonuses but to proceed with caution. As mentioned the company has experienced an embarrassing walkout as all of their marketing and customer support just stopped working leaving the company scrambling to provide essential support for their players. The support and marketing services are controlled by Playtech in Israel and the company is trying to patch up the negative PR.


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