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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 07/12/2020

Will the wave of sports betting legalization continue in the US in 2021? How much will the postponement of the Olympics cost? What can we expect from the new NBA season? Let’s find out more with STATSCORE‘s fresh review!

  1. Which US states will legalize betting in 2021?
  2. Official sports data crucial for the future of sports betting
  3. NBA releases official schedule for the first half of the season
  4. Cost of postponed Olympics reported at €2.3bn
  5. It’s time for the 2020 SBC Awards!

 

Which US states will legalize betting in 2021?

In 2020, Louisiana, Maryland, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, and Washington passed legislation to legalize or expand sports betting. Which states will follow them in 2021?

Sports betting proves to be a great source of revenue for numerous US states in which it is already legal. It’s no wonder then that when the Covid-19 pandemic causes so many economic losses, more states are looking forward to legalization. Read more

Official sports data crucial for the future of sports betting

Dinos Stranomitis, Director and COO at Altenar, says that the future of betting lies in the development of software able to independently adjust probabilities based on the availability of data.

What will the world of sports betting look like in 10 years? Stranomitis underlines the role of the development of new software, ‘clever money’, and more accurate data. Read more

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NBA releases official schedule for the first half of the season

The 2019-20 campaign was unique in the history of the NBA. What can we expect from the new season, which tips off on December 22?

A number of coaching changes, the draft, and a condensed free-agency season – that’s what’s been going on during the 72 days after the LA Lakers won the championship last season. Read more

Cost of postponed Olympics reported at €2.3bn

¥294bn (€2.3bn/$2.8bn) – that’s the estimated cost of the delay of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Kyodo News reports that local and central governments are going to step in to help cover the costs after reaching an agreement with the organisers. Read more

It’s time for the 2020 SBC Awards!

The SBC Awards are major industry event held in recognition of the achievements of the world’s top betting operators, affiliates and suppliers – including sports data providers.

STATSCORE with two nominations at the SBC Awards 2020!

This year’s laureates will be announced in a ceremony broadcast live to a global audience of sports betting and iGaming industry professionals on Wednesday, December 9. Read more

 

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