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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 24/05/2021

If it’s Monday, it’s time for the fresh Betting Industry Review from STATSCORE! Let’s go!

  1. Florida House approves sports betting
  2. Dutch federation says women and men allowed to play together
  3. Is it time to get into esports betting?
  4. DAZN to offer UTS events across Canada and Japan
  5. NBA regular season is over. Who are the stats leaders?

Florida House approves sports betting

Florida is close to becoming the latest US state to legalize mobile sports betting, as legislators approved the biggest tribal casino revenue-share deal in America.

The Seminole tribe will have exclusivity on mobile sports betting, craps, and roulette, none of which were previously legal in the state.

“I believe this is a good deal. I believe this is a great deal, actually,” said Republican Sen. Travis Hutson. “This compact is going to bring in billions of dollars that we can use however we want to, either to plug budget holes, or to work on education, or health care, or more resiliency, or more septic to sewer, or making our beaches ready for hurricanes.”  Read more

Dutch federation says women and men allowed to play together

Previously, when women reached the age of 18 years old, they were unable to continue playing alongside their male teammates.

“We want girls and women to find a suitable place in the football landscape based on their qualities and own ambitions,” KNVB director of amateur football Jan Dirk van der Zee said. “Mixed football has so far been possible in the entire youth in the Netherlands.” Read more

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Is it time to get into esports betting?

The esports market reached $1bn in revenue last year. Will its explosion continue after the pandemic?

When the COVID pandemic halted traditional sports competitions all over the world, fans and bettors’ attention was redirected to esports. Now many operators wonder if this fresh trend is worth pursuing. Read more

DAZN to offer UTS events across Canada and Japan

Global sports streaming platform DAZN has secured a deal with Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) that will allow it to offer live and on-demand broadcasts of the event for the first time.

“We’re pleased to partner with DAZN, one of the world-leading platforms for live and on-demand streaming, in Japan and Canada. UTS is offering something new, fresh, and different – just like DAZN – and we wish to reach out to the largest possible audience” commented Patrick Mouratoglou, Founder of the UTS.

UTS is an international individual tennis league first played in 2020. DAZN and UTS will offer live content, exclusive team news, insights, and analysis. Read more

NBA regular season is over. Who are the stats leaders?

Yes, it’s time for the playoffs in the NBA! But first, let’s take a look back at players who were the stats leaders in the 2020-21 season.

Points, rebounds, assists, minutes played… Here come the leaders of the 2020/2021 regular season! Read more


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