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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 14/09/2020

What a week, what a week! SBC Summit Barcelona has been a great event. We put our eye especially on the discussion about the African market. At the same time the world of football is all about: will Frank Lampard make it after spending 200 million GBP this summer? You can read about this and much more in STATSCORE‘s fresh Betting Industry Review!

  1. African betting demands a local approach
  2. M88 partners with La Liga for Asian market
  3. Frank Lampard’s 200 million reasons to feel a pressure
  4. William Hill US a day before another big merger

African betting markets demand an individual approach

Globalization is passe. You need to switch to glocalization in order to make your business successful!

SBC Summit Barcelona brought lots of interesting discussions. One of them was focused on African markets and their needs. And it turned out that so many companies make mistakes by approaching them with the same model as in other areas, while the local needs are omitted. Read more

M88 signed a multimillion deal with La Liga

When you speak about one of the TOP 5 European football competitions, you need to be prepared that the stakes can go only high.

Not a surprise that the partnership between M88 and La Liga will bring the league millions of EUR as the first one has become the local partner for the competition in Asia. Read more

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How to make a gaffer’s life harder? Make him spend 200 mln GBP in one transfer window

Frank Lampard’s position could be the hottest one this summer after Chelsea FC became one of the most offensive transfer window players.

Signing the ones like Kai Navertz, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva made the fans enthusiastic for the upcoming EPL campaign. It has also risen the expectations as high as they have not been for a while. Will the former CFC captain make it? The first chance to check it is on Monday 14th September in Brighton. Read more

William Hill US to merge with Ceasars Entertainment

It has been reported that William Hills has been discussing with Ceasars Entertainment about merging their operations.

This could be a hot move as Caesars already owns 20% of William Hill US  as a result of a previous deal.  Read more

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