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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 08/11/2021

Lewandowski, Messi, Jorginho? Who’s going to win the Ballon d’Or 2021? Here’s the fresh STATSCORE’s Review!

  1. Seminole Tribe quietly kicks off sports betting in Florida
  2. Lewandowski, Messi, Jorginho? Who’s going to win the Ballon d’Or 2021?
  3. Fox Sports secures US media rights to EURO 2024 and 2028
  4. Are Black players more athletic or is it just how commentators tend to ‘see’ it?
  5. Braves unexpected World Series victory pushes them to front of sports stock index

Seminole Tribe quietly kicks off sports betting in Florida

The Seminole Tribe quietly launched online sports betting in Florida amid ongoing legal disputes regarding gambling regulations approved by state lawmakers in May.

Seminoles’ Hard Rock Sportsbook allowed users in Florida to download an app enabling them to make deposits and place bets on pro football, hockey, and soccer games and make bets on other sports. Read more

Lewandowski, Messi, Jorginho? Who’s going to win the Ballon d’Or 2021?

We are less than 30 days away from the annual Ballon d’Or ceremony. Who are the leaders to win this prestigious award?

Last year the ceremony was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which makes this year even more intriguing. And it seems that this time it’s not going to be Ronaldo vs Messi anymore! Read more

Fox Sports secures US media rights to EURO 2024 and 2028

Fox has reached a six-year deal with UEFA. The broadcaster will take over the TV rights from ESPN, which had covered the last four European Championships.

The agreement also includes the UEFA Nations League, European qualifiers for the World Cup, qualifiers for European Championship, and all UEFA-controlled friendly games. Read more

Are Black players more athletic or is it just how commentators tend to ‘see’ it?

Some say that sports commentators have a tendency to focus on Black athletes’ “pace and power” while pointing out intelligence or work ethic when it comes to white players.

According to recent research, this type of unconscious bias appears when talking about Black athletes in comparison to white ones, as well as in comparing men’s and women’s competitions. Read more

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Braves unexpected World Series victory pushes them to front of sports stock index

The Atlanta Braves won Major League Baseball’s  World Series for the first time since 1995 beating the Houston Astros in six games.

The unexpected victory also led to a run-up in its shares on the Nasdaq Stock Market, as the club has seen its stock surge 19% since October 11.

The financial boost from the World Series is also expected to manifest in areas such as new sponsorship deals, merchandise sales, and ticket sales. Read more

 

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