Tom Waterhouse begins changeover to complete William Hill merger began the arduous process of migrating its existing clients to this week almost two years after it merged with the online bookmaker giant.

Originally started by Tom Waterhouse, the business was sold to William Hill in 2013 for a whopping AUD $34 million, with the takeover officially completed in 2014.

With his business sold, Tom Waterhouse became the CEO of William Hill Australia, which also took over and Sportingbet at the same time.

Since the takeover, has continued to operate as per normal under its new ownership, however customers are now being notified by email that their accounts will be transferred in full to, including all winning credits, account details and personal information.

In order to complete the changeover, customers must log in to their existing online betting accounts and follow the prompts.

Once the accounts are transferred, new arrivals are being awarded a $10 bet.

It is expected that the merger will be finalised by early March.

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