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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 01/06/2020

Top European football leagues are preparing for a return under strict social distancing rules. Meanwhile, Japan is testing solutions that would allow fans to cheer their teams from home. Check out STATSCORE‘s fresh review!

Premier League, Serie A and La Liga to return soon!

Great news has arrived from the top European football leagues!

English Premier League is going to return on June 17! There are 92 more games to be played this season! Read more 

It has also been confirmed that the Italian Serie A will resume on June 20! This decision has been officially confirmed by the country’s sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora. Read more

Spanish La Liga is going to come back on June 11, the league’s president Javier Tebas confirmed. Read more

It’s not just football (or soccer) that’s coming back!  It seems that the NBA is close to approving a restart plan! Read more

Stay updated about EUROPEAN LEAGUES COMING BACK!

Residents of Washington D.C. can now legally bet on sports

Professional dart matches and German Bundesliga games are among the first legal betting opportunities available to residents of the American capital city.

Sports betting became legally available in Washington D.C last Thursday.

Get your betting business ready for sports comeback!

Wagers can be placed via a city-sponsored website. Read more

Betting operators call for global data standards

Betting operators speak out in favour of global sports data standards to protect the integrity of sport, its data, betting markets, and consumers.

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The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) is asking all parties engaged in the supply chain of sports data for betting to adhere to global best practice standards.

“Upholding the reliability and credibility of sporting event data is of paramount importance for my members and the challenges posed by the pandemic have further highlighted the necessity for robust data chains,” IBIA chief executive Khalid Ali explained. Read more

Japanese sports fans to cheer remotely with a new app

Want to cheer your team but can’t go to the stadium? Japan is testing a ‘remote support system’. 

These are difficult times for sports fans around the world. Even though many competitions are coming back to life, in most cases supporters won’t be allowed to cheer for them in the stands. Did the Japanese find a solution to this problem? Read more

Minor league baseball cuts hundreds of players

Minor league baseball almost sure to be cancelled, and hundreds of players lose their jobs.

The coronavirus crisis hits hard in the Minor League Baseball with hundreds of players being cut by their teams. Read more

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