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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 22/08/2023

Big business decisions, problems not necessarily of a sporting nature, big challenges and dilemmas around the world of sport. Dive into our Betting Industry Review and check them out!

ESPN enters the world of bookmaking

After long-term negotiations, ESPN’s entry into the sports betting market is becoming a fact. IGB has analyzed how the media giant will manage in this specific industry.

The solution to the eternal problem or a big flop at the Olympic Games

The Seine is to serve as a venue for swimming competitions, provided that the water in the river is treated by then. The French have been struggling with this problem for over 30 years, but the authorities have given assurance that everything will take place according to plan and will be completed in the timeframe set out. This assurance was given, even though in August further competitions were cancelled due to water pollution in the river.

Women’s football moves forward, but old problems remain

Women’s football is growing in strength, as is evidenced by the completed World Cup and related transactions. However, there are invariably problems related to the harassment of women in women’s football. Unfortunately, even as the tournament reached its climax, a now infamous incident was widely criticized.

The moral saga associated with Mason Greenwood has come to an end

After months of investigation, the club has finally made a decision that continues to stir controversy. The Athletic has analyzed this multifaceted case in great detail.

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