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6 of the Best – Abelson Odds’ Jeevan Jeyaratnam

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This week’s 6 of the Best comes from Jeevan Jeyaratnam, Head of Compilation at Abelson Odds, who is to speak at the sixth annual Betting on Football, being held at Stamford Bridge later this month. Continue reading to discover a European footballing atmosphere which “has to be experienced,” a nearly moment in the Chinese Super League and a huge musical dilemma. Best Album  Really hard to …

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Abelson Info: Could the Eleven Sports crisis benefit bookmakers?

Only four months into multi-year deals to broadcast Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga, Swedish Allsvenskan and Dutch Eredivisie football, and before deals to show the Chinese Super League and UFC have even started, widespread reports suggest Eleven Sports may be forced to pull the plug on its UK gamble. Back in August, while collating TV coverage data for its …

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How football’s transformation could impact betting

This season, the entry of Amazon and Eleven Sports has drastically altered the UK’s football broadcasting landscape, something that could have a significant impact on the betting interests of the UK audience. Whilst Amazon’s stake is in the Premier League, it’s spread over just two game rounds and is therefore unlikely to have a major impact on betting patterns. On …

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NFL service an “obvious” next step for Abelson Odds

Abelson Info has announced a major development for its odds providing division, which is to result in the first steps being made outside of its specialist zone of football coverage. Launching its NFL (National Football League) touchdown scorer pricing service, Abelson Odds expansion is to incorporate one of the largest sports in the USA, and one that is also making …

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The fine art of pricing a penalty shootout

As the nation prepares for England’s first World Cup semi-final since Italia 90, England fans frantically hope that the anxiety of the Colombia game isn’t replicated and Southgate’s side win in 90 minutes. However, should England’s fate see them head to spot kicks tonight, we take a look at the challenges that are presented to a trader as they look …

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SBC’s guide to the World Cup group stage

The much anticipated Russian World Cup kicks off imminently, opening the floodgates to a plethora of group stage football. The Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow will host what’s sure to be a spectacular opening ceremony, raising the curtain to a feast of football, as 32 nations battle for a place in the coveted knockout stages of football’s showpiece event. The tournament kicks off …

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Russia insight… How VAR will impact the World Cup

With the use of video assistant referees (VAR) already having a huge impact on European football this season, the game is now braced for the further integration of VAR at this summer’s Russian World Cup. Not only will VAR be utilised in each matchday, but it will also be used to give retrospective red cards for off the ball incidents, …

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Jeevan Jeyaratnam – Abelson Info: Understanding the evolution of trading

For betting operators, the intricacies of trading will continue to provide a unique challenge as they look to utilise data and physical trading to provide the perfect pricing environment. Head of Compilation at Abelson Info, Jeevan Jeyaratnam detailed why physical traders still play a crucial role for betting operators, as well as analysing how Asian markets play a role in …

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Scott Longley: Data for the masses… Giving shop punters the infomation download

As betting leadership looks to revise its retail proposition, how should stakeholders tackle in-shop data engagement, a dynamic that needs to be modernised. Speaking to industry betting-data insiders, Scott Longley tackles an issue that could be deemed as a cultural conundrum for decision makers… ____________________ Betting shops might be the final frontier for the new generation of data and statistics …

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Jeevan Jeyaratnam – Abelson Info: Players that can emerge from under the radar at Russia 2018

International friendlies frustrate more than they satisfy, but in a World Cup year they take on great importance for those coaches hoping to make an impression in Russia this summer. They also provide a final chance for fringe players to force their way into the reckoning for the main event. Undoubtedly, there will be players, perhaps still under the radar, …

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