UK bookmaker William Hill has reported an 8 per cent increase in net revenue to £1,609.3m for the full 2014 year, benefiting from the continued digital and international diversification of the company’s revenue streams.

The operator said that the results reflected strong growth in its online and US businesses, as well as a full year of William Hill Australia. Its online businesses, including Australia, now represents 40 per cent of total net revenue, up from a 36 per cent share in the previous year.

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