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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 14/04/2020

The coronavirus crisis is still raging and it’s posing huge challenges for the world of sports and betting. Stay updated with STATSCORE‘s fresh review!

No sport? Esports is booming!

When there’s no ‘real’ sport, esports is having its moment, as people tune in to everything from Counter-Strike to League of Legends.

No sports to watch or bet on? There are of course some exceptions, with esports among the biggest winners of this unusual situation.

According to the Time magazine, viewership on Twitch, the go-to site for game streamers, was up 31% in March. Read more

As coronavirus hits sports, bettors look for new opportunities

Table tennis, marbles and the Swedish trotting? Gamblers all over the world are on the search for new things to wager on.

Betting in crisis? STATSCORE has a solution!

With the most popular sports suspended all over the world, bettors are turning their focus to some previously underappreciated disciplines. Read more

Could the NHL hold games at neutral sites?

Could the NHL hold a playoff tournament in a neutral site? The league is receiving pitches from different cities and venues.

Grand Forks, North Dakota; Manchester, New Hampshire; and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are among the cities where the NHL could finish out the regular season and hold a playoff tournament. Read more

The NHL declares that it would be willing to play games behind closed doors at neutral sites to make it possible to complete the season, which had been paused on March 12 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.

Get your betting business ready for sports comeback!

“I’d say it’s one possibility, for sure, and it’s something that has been considered and something that has been discussed,” Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said. “It’s not our preferred result or outcome.” Read more

NBA is considering a 25-day return-to-basketball plan!

There have been many plans made about how the NBA season could resume.

According to Brian Windhorst, ESPN NBA Reporter, the league is currently looking at a 25-day return to basketball window: “An 11-day series of individual workouts, where there’d be social distancing for a period of time, and then hopefully, if the clearance comes that they can play five-on-five basketball, a 14-day training camp.” Read more 

Will Serie A come back?

Is it possible for Serie A to recommence the season in May? Turns out that some plans are being made!

The Italian government suspended all sporting events in the country indefinitely as part of its measures to address the coronavirus pandemic.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, a plan is now being prepared for Italian clubs to return to play in late May or early June. The most probable date for the resumption would be May 31. Read more

Opinions are divided among Italian players, club owners, fans and managers as to whether it would be a good idea to continue the season. Read more

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