Tabcorp and Tatts Merger to Create Aussie Betting Super Power - Casino.Org News

Tabcorp Chairman Paula Dywer said the deal would be goof not just for shareholders but also the racing industry, business partners, customers, and governments. (Image: Dominic Lorrimer). Tabcorp and Tatts, Australia's two biggest homegrown betting ...

Tatts Shareholders Win In Tabcorp Merger - ShareCafe (registration)

Tatts (TTS) shareholders were the big winners yesterday from the proposed $11.3 billion merger with rival Tabcorp (TAH). Melbourne-based Tabcorp has agreed to pay a 20% premium for each Tatts share and the combined company will launch a $500 ...

Tabcorp, Tatts agree A$11bn merger - Gambling Insider - In-depth Analysis for the Gaming Industry

Australian gambling giants Tabcorp Holdings and Tatts Group have unveiled the terms of a merger to create a A$11.3bn wagering powerhouse. Shares in the two companies were placed in a trading halt on Tuesday morning, “pending an announcement in ...

Australia gambling giants Tabcorp and Tatts plan merger - BBC News

Two of Australia's biggest bookmakers plan to merge, as they try to compete against the rise of online betting. Tabcorp and Tatts Group - the country's largest non-casino gambling firms - hope to form a business worth A$11.3bn ($7.1bn; £8.7bn). But the ...

Tabcorp, Tatts in merger talks - Punters.com.au

A merger between Tabcorp and Tatts Group is back on the cards with both companies announcing a trading halt on Tuesday. The two parties were in talks last year regarding a potential merger, but the deal broke down in November after they were unable to ...

Tabcorp, Tatts hunt goes global - Business News

A combined Tabcorp and Tatts Group $11.3 billion wagering giant will have the firepower to hunt for acquisitions and bid aggressively for lotteries and wagering contracts overseas, and take on the international bookmakers who have wreaked havoc in the ...

Australian gambling giants to merge - Taipei Times

Australian gambling giants Tabcorp Holdings Ltd and Tatts Group Ltd yesterday announced a merger to create an A$8.6 billion (US$6.6 billion) powerhouse taking bets on horse racing and sports events across the nation. The listed firms, who have pursued ...