Sportsbook

Betfair release % chance charts on Scottish Referendum outcome

On 18 September, Scotland’s voters will decide whether to stay part of the United Kingdom or go it alone. Betfair’s political trading desk has released a set of charts monitoring % chance of the Scottish Referendum’s Yes and No campaigns. The charts published by Betfair’s Exchange demonstrate the implied % chance of each voting outcome. Betfair’s Exchange has so far …

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Hong Kong Football Association partners with Sportradar

The Hong Kong Football Association has signed an agreement with the  Sportradar to gain intelligence and global betting on over 100 games per season until July 2017. Hong Kong Football Association CEO Mark Sutcliffe travelled to Manchester England to sign the agreement which will see Sportradar’s system cover all 113 games of Hong Kong’s Premier League, League Cup, Community Shield, …

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STATS acquires Bloomberg Sports

STATS, the world’s leading sports technology, data and content company, and Bloomberg, the leading global provider in data analytics, announced today that STATS has acquired Bloomberg Sports (BSports) and its sophisticated system of data analysis, predictive modelling and integrated data systems. By combining BSports with its Sports Solutions Group, STATS becomes the industry’s premier resource for sports analytics, offering a …

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Indian Super League Football – Business Potential

Starting Potential The Indian national side is currently ranked 150th in the world.  It is a nation which has produced precious few players that are known outside of their home country. Indeed Chopra was the first player of Indian origin to play in the Premiership, and the current national squad all play for Indian club sides A wise old owl …

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Portuguese man lays 700 bets on a Scottish No Vote

A Portuguese punter lays 700 bets on a No vote in the Scottish Referendum, as Yes wagers surge by 80% With the betting interest in the outcome of the Scottish Referendum reaching unprecedented levels, one William Hill customer is so convinced that the NO option will triumph that he has bet on that happening…700 times. Not only that, but the man lives in Portugal …

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RGA calls for Portugal’s Santa Casa to review online gambling framework

The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) has noted the opposition of Santa Casa da Misericordia de Lisboa (“SCML”) to the government’s plans to regulate the online sports betting market, but the RGA believes that a viable and competitive market in the future would benefit not just consumers and the government, but Santa Casa as well. The RGA argues that the Portuguese …

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Playtech & RCS Media Group launch Gazzabet.it

Playtech and RCS Media Group subsidiary ‘La Gazzetta Dello Sport’ have announced the upcoming launch of Italian sports betting and igaming brand – Gazzabet.it. Gazzabet.it will launch La Gazzetta Dello Sport into the Italian igaming market, and will see Playtech supply the brand with software, igaming provisions, marketing and player acquisition services. The brand is set to open its services …

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Nick Hill – EveryMatrix – The New Game

As future legislative changes and new taxation schemes enter the online gaming sector, SBC caught up with Nick Hill Sales & Marketing Director of EveryMatrix, to discuss impacts on igamings operational value chain and its affect on the relationships between B2B and B2C services providers. Nick Hill has been involved in Internet Gaming for the past 13 years in various …

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Paddy Power takes 27% more bets from punters as GAA Gaelic Football & Hurling explodes across UK

Pa ddy Power spokespersons discuss the benefits of Sky Sports’ recent and controversial GAA deal to sportsbook providers, as the British public go into meltdown during Sunday’s enthralling final between arch-rivals Kilkenny and Tipperary. The game finished level with the Cats scoring 3-22 to the Premier’s 1-28, the third final in as many years to go to a replay. Both …

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Georgia win sees Boylesports cut Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2016 qualification odds

The Republic Of Ireland left it late to record a victory against Georgia in their opening game of the Euro 2016 qualifiers. As a result of Aiden McGeady’s brace the Boys in Green have hardened to qualify for France. Martin O’Neill’s charges have been cut into 4/7 from 5/6 to qualify, and are now 11/1 from 12/1 to win the group outright. World Champions …

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