Bill Hill and Leroy Set to Bid on Epic Assets

by , Jun 13, 2012 | 3:32 am

We were sayin’ … William Hill is making moves into the Vegas poker scene with a live presence and a rinky-dink off-strip casino … now eGamingReview reports that the soon-to-be Nevada sportsbook owner apparently wants whatever it was that Epic had. (sub. req.)

They’re apparently one of five registered bidders on the assets of Federated Sports+Gaming, parent company of the befallen Epic Poker League and filer of Chapter 11 bankruptcy some four months ago.

Yuuup … sounds to me like poker’s version of Storage Wars. I’d like to open up the bidding at $200 … do we hear three?


5 Comments to “Bill Hill and Leroy Set to Bid on Epic Assets”


  1. Mike_cards03
    says:

    Yuppp!!!


  2. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    More interesting is will the Heartland Poker Tour be able to get their company back.  More info over at PokerFuse:

     http://pokerfuse.com/news/law-and-regulation/bidders-set-for-federated-sports-and-gaming-auction-tomorrow/


  3. Dan Michalski
    says:

    Approve.

    – DM

    via iPhone


  4. Dan Michalski
    says:

    Are you spamming, Kevmath?

    (JK … thanks for the added info.)


  5. Dan Michalski
    says:

    are you spamming, kevmath?

    jk … thanks for the extra info. and agree, HPT is gonna keep it all rather hairy. that’s probably where they are getting the 7-figure expectation.