Penn National to acquire theScore for $2.0bn as it seeks own platform

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Penn will pay $17.00 in cash and 0.2398 shares – $17.00’s worth – of its stock for every theScore share, for a total consideration of $34.00 per share. This will mean that theScore shareholders will hold approximately 7% of the new combined business, while current Penn shareholders will hold the remaining 93%.

The deal is set to close in the first quarter of 2022.

Penn chief executive Jay Snowden said theScore would complement Penn’s existing Barstool brand of sportsbooks and online betting and gaming products.

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