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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 28/06/2021

Is this the end of single-game betting prohibition in Canada? Let’s find out with STATSCORE’s fresh Review!

  1. Single-game betting bill passed in Canada
  2. Chinese brands use Euro 2020 sponsorship to reach new customers in Europe
  3. Which MLB teams should go shopping?
  4. Who are the Euro 2020 favorites?
  5. Spanish government to let fans back into venues

Single-game betting bill passed in Canada

The prohibition on single-event sports betting in Canada is just about over!

Canadian Senate has passed Bill C-218 which legalizes betting on single sports games.  It now awaits royal assent to be enacted law.

The legislation legalizing single-game sports betting has been embraced by the biggest Canadian sports organizations, including the Canadian Football League, and the National Hockey League. Read more

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Chinese brands use Euro 2020 sponsorship to reach new customers in Europe

Chinese companies, Hisense and Alibaba-affiliate Alipay, became sponsors for the European football championships in a bid to boost their presence overseas.

What are the key goals they’re looking to achieve? “Chinese brands do not use football only for local marketing (selling their products to Chinese consumers), but also to open up new markets, especially in Europe,” says Pierre Justo of consulting firm Kantar. Read more

Which MLB teams should go shopping?

With MLB regular season almost halfway through its schedule, which franchises should be looking for reinforcements?

Cubs? Astros? Rays? FiveThirtyEight has got a special metric dedicated to finding out which teams should go shopping for new players. Read more

Who are the Euro 2020 favorites?

After an interesting group stage of the competition, it’s now time for the knockout part of the tournament. 

Strong Italy, star-packed Belgium, impressive Denmark – who’s going to win it? Here’s a power ranking for the remaining part of the competition! Read more

Spanish government to let fans back into venues

Spain’s Health Minister, Carolina Darias, has said that sports fans will be allowed to come back to the venues next season.

LaLiga and Liga ACB basketball arenas will be open for fans when their 2021-22 seasons start. Supporters were not able to attend La Liga games for the majority of last season due to restrictions related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more

 

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