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9:20 Category:Traditional music in India Category:Rajasthani music Category:Indian folklore Category:Gujarati music Category:Indian styles of musicWilliam Hill betting £1 billion on London games for 2020 Olympics Source : Last Updated: Tue, Mar 12, 2020 10:55 hrs William Hill is becoming the first bookmaker to bet more than £1 billion on events at the Olympic Games in 2020. The betting firm has increased its total bet from £70 million to £1 billion, representing 60% of its target to bet on the 2020 Olympics. It has also increased its total bet on the London 2022 Games from £70 million to £1 billion, representing 50% of its target to bet on those games. The company, which is owned by the UK's GVC, the parent of Toto and Paddy Power, said the London 2020 bet will be its biggest bet ever. In 2014, it bet £5 million on the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. "We are committed to supporting the Government's vision of the 2020 Olympics as a key initiative, with a unique opportunity to celebrate sport and culture," said Dave Danskin, Group Commercial Director at William Hill. "By investing in the UK's bid for the Games, we have committed an unprecedented amount of money to betting on the outcome." It said it believed a successful bid for the games would be a major international opportunity for the UK. William Hill said it was joining the sponsors' organisation for the games, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), which is committed to delivering a successful Games and a memorable experience for the fans. "We support the ODA's strategy to deliver the best possible experience for the spectators in the UK and around the world and wish them every success," said Danskin. "It is an honour to be part of this opportunity, with William Hill's UK market share of some 30 million customers and a track record of championing sports betting across the UK." The ODA said it would run a £3.6 billion budget for the games, with no more than £180 million, or 0.6%, of public money. The UK Government committed £8.6 billion to the Games, to be split between the UK Treasury, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and Sport England. "We are confident that the UK Government





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