Will Premier League clubs voluntarily resign from betting sponsorships? What will be the effects of climate change on tennis? Will F1’s growing appeal translate into betting opportunities? Here’s STATSCORE’s new Review!
- Premier League asks clubs to phase out betting sponsorships
- Will tennis be the sports’ first victim of climate change?
- Women’s Euro 2022 set to be a record-breaking tournament
- Will F1’s growing appeal translate into betting opportunities?
- Trial against WNBA star Brittney Griner starts in Russia
Premier League asks clubs to phase out betting sponsorships
According to Sky News, the Premier League has proposed a move that would see bookmakers disappear from teams’ shirts within the next three seasons.
A voluntary ban would come into effect at the start of the 2022-23 campaign, but would allow existing agreements to run their course, providing they expire no later than the 2024-25 season. The effort is aimed at averting a government-imposed ban on gambling sponsorship.
Almost half of EPL clubs were sponsored by betting companies last season. Read more
Will tennis be the sports’ first victim of climate change?
Tennis is certainly a hot sport. Unfortunately, the word ‘hot’ applies not just to its attractiveness. The sport is likely to become of the victims of climate change.
Climate change has already been impacting at least some sports disciplines. Postponed games, ruined schedules, more serious injuries – these are some of the effects.
What might be the hottest temperature during the 2050 Australian Open in Melbourne? – FiveThirtyEight looks into the question. Read more
Women’s Euro 2022 set to be a record-breaking tournament
Women’s football has become one of the world’s fastest-growing sports. The ongoing Euro 2022 is expected to reach a global audience of 250 million!
Around 500,000 tickets have been sold for the 16-team tournament held in England, far exceeding the previous record of 240,000 set in the Netherlands in 2017. Read more
Will F1’s growing appeal translate into betting opportunities?
Legions of new fans have started following Formula 1. The sport’s popularity has been driven, among other factors, by Netflix’s docu-series Drive To Survive.
The popularity of F1 has been significantly growing, which is especially visible in the United States. Next season, the US will host more Formula 1 races than any other nation.
Will the growth of fan engagement translate into new betting opportunities? Ross Fruin, GridRival CEO and Founder, has his say. Read more
Trial against WNBA star Brittney Griner starts in Russia
Griner, a center for the Phoenix Mercury, has been detained since February. Russian authorities allege she was in possession of cannabis-derived vape cartridges.
The 31-year-old WNBA player, who has played in Russia during the American league’s offseason, was arrested a week before Russia invaded Ukraine. She went on trial on drug smuggling charges, an offence punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Read more
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