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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 18/01/2021

Is Michigan sports betting ready to take off? Will the Olympic Games be postponed again? Can footballers avoid celebrating goals? Let’s find the answers with STATSCORE‘s fresh Review!

  1. Michigan sports betting ready to take off
  2. FC Barcelona with a record number of social interactions
  3. Can players be stopped from celebrating goals to avoid contagion?
  4. NHL entered 2021 season – how will the pandemic affect it?
  5. Will the Olympic Games be postponed again?

Michigan sports betting ready to take off

Legal online sports betting is close to launching in the state of Michigan.

In-person wagering in the state started on March 11, 2020. Now it’s time for online gaming and betting, which are expected to start this month!

“We’re very close,” said Michigan Gaming Control Board executive director Richard Kalm. “I wish I could give an exact day and time, but each day that changes. We’re gathering information daily.” Read more

FC Barcelona with a record number of social interactions

Barça has broken the record of social interactions for the sixth successive year.

The club was involved in 1.6 billion social media interactions throughout the year of 2020 – over 0.2 billion more than Liverpool FC (1.4 bn), which is the second club in the classification.

Who’s next in that ranking? Manchester United (1.4 bn), Real Madrid (1 bn) and Juventus FC (796 m)Read more

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Can players be stopped from celebrating goals to avoid contagion?

Premier League footballers have been told that “handshakes, high fives and hugs must be avoided”. This proves to be really difficult for them when they’re celebrating goals…

The league expects players and staff to avoid “unnecessary contact”, because of the risk of contracting COVID-19.  Read more

NHL entered 2021 season – how will the pandemic affect it?

A 56-game regular season started on January 13 and will go on until May 8. What are the rule changes for this campaign?

The regular season has been shortened to 56 games. All teams will play only divisional opponents during the regular season, and the divisions were realigned (all Canadian teams play in the same division). The league has also decided to implement some big rule changes. Read more

Will the Olympic Games be postponed again?

Organizers postponed the Tokyo Games for one year last March. Will they have to be postponed again?

The ongoing surge of COVID-19 cases across areas of Japan has reignited speculation about the Olympic Games, which are scheduled to open in Tokyo in just over six months’ time. Read more 

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