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Vinge assists William Hill on its offer for Mr Green & Co

October 31, 2018

William Hill has launched a recommended cash offer to the shareholders in Mr Green & Co, MRG (Nasdaq Stockholm). The total offer value for all shares in MRG amounts to approximately SEK 2.819 billion.     

MRG is a fast-growing, innovative iGaming Group with operations in 13 markets. MRG offers a superior experience in a Green Gaming environment. MRG was founded in 2007 and operates the iGaming sites Mr Green, Redbet, 11.lv, Vinnarum, Bertil, MamaMiaBingo, BingoSjov and BingoSlottet. The Group had a turnover of SEK 1,192 million in 2017 and has over 300 employees.
 
William Hill PLC is one of the world’s leading betting and gaming companies, employing around 16,000 people. William Hill was founded in 1934 and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. 
 
Vinge assists Wiliam Hill and the team consists of Charlotte Levin, David Andersson, Joel Wahlberg, Boris Kotur and Milad Kamali. 
 

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