I n Stoke, Ms Coates is nicknamed ‘patron of the Potteries’ because the family business bought the city’s soccer club after her father, its chairman, earlier sold it, and Bet365 is the The revenue figure stated above doesn’t include contributions from the Stoke City Football Club, which is owned by the Coates family that controls Bet365. Stoke City FC’s revenue for the year The Coates family - Bet365. Right up near the top of the tree is the Coates family, who are behind the UK's Bet365 brand. Originally a bookmaker that was founded by Peter Coates, his daughter Denise saw the benefits offered by the internet and created their online brand, Bet365. It has been a phenomenal success and is now one of the biggest online bookmakers and casino companies in the world In the case of the Coates family, only the first part of that statement is true; this family is tight-knit and has built a sports and gambling empire despite being related. Denise and John, along with their father Peter, have built one of the biggest online gaming brands in the world. Peter Coates was born into a very poor family in Stoke-on-Trent, England in 1938. This small town was all Bet365 Family Among UK’s Wealthiest. Denise Coates and her brother John are Co-CEOs of the Bet365 online bookmaker and casino. Their father Peter serves as Chairman. Their total wealth is estimated at 3.8 billion pounds. The company reported netting 400 million pounds in profit in 2015, making it one of the world’s largest online gambling Bet365 Coates Family. Bet365 is a widely recognised online bookmaker across the globe and has only achieved this by the hard work of the people behind the company. Thanks to their hard work of these various people, we can now bet from the comfort of our home or any other location we fancy on a range of sports with the Bet365 website and mobile Bet365’s Coates family named top UK taxpayer in 2018-19 27 January 2020 The founders of betting and gaming giant Bet365 paid taxes of £276m (€327.9m/$361.3m) in the 2018-19 fiscal year, making it the UK’s biggest taxpayer for the first time.
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