Workers at William Hill Allegedly Misappropriate $280K from Nevada Betting Kiosks

Two William Hill employees located in Nevada are facing accusations of tampering with sports betting kiosks as part of a scheme to steal more than $280,000 from the company, 8 News Now has discovered.

At the former SLS Las Vegas, now the Sahara, a customer utilizes a William Hill kiosk. The Nevada Gaming Commission has uncovered a plan among the sportsbook operator’s staff to embezzle from the machines. (Image: Getty)

Shravan Singh, a supervisor, and Paige Steiner, a client service representative, are said to have utilized internal computer programs to fraudulently load funds onto William Hill kiosks throughout Nevada, according to court documents. This would enable accomplices to print and redeem altered kiosk vouchers for cash, prosecutors allege.

William Hill, presently owned by Caesars Entertainment, is the most significant sports betting operator in Nevada, with more than 100 locations in the state.

3,000 Infractions

Other William Hill staff members associated with the alleged conspiracy are named in court documents seen by 8 News Now. However, the CBS affiliated news channel has decided not to identify them as they haven’t been arrested yet.

Singh is charged with making around 3