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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 30/05/2022

ATP and WTA strip Wimbledon of ranking points, Caterpillar becomes sponsor of Major League Soccer, and New Hampshire betting handle goes up 57.5% year-on-year – here comes the fresh edition of STATSCORE’s Review!

  1. ATP and WTA strip Wimbledon of ranking points
  2. How would sports betting change Massachusetts?
  3. Polsat signs 10-year deal with Volleyball World
  4. New Hampshire betting handle goes up 57.5% year-on-year
  5. Caterpillar becomes sponsor of Major League Soccer

ATP and WTA strip Wimbledon of ranking points

The two tennis governing bodies have decided to penalise Wimbledon for its decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from the tournament.

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“The ability for players of any nationality to enter tournaments based on merit, and without discrimination, is fundamental to our Tour,” said the ATP in a statement. “The decision by Wimbledon to ban Russian and Belarusian players from competing in the UK this summer undermines this principle and the integrity of the ATP Ranking system. It is also inconsistent with our Rankings agreement. Absent a change in circumstances, it is with great regret and reluctance that we see no option but to remove ATP Ranking points from Wimbledon for 2022.”  Read more

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How would sports betting change Massachusetts?

So far 30 states and D.C. have decided to allow sports betting in the past four years, including most of Massachusetts neighbours.

The Bay State is likely to join soon. What will change in Massachusetts when sports betting finally arrives there? What kind of options will bettors have? Here’s what the experts have to say. Read more

Polsat signs 10-year deal with Volleyball World

Volleyball World, the sport’s organising body, has signed an agreement in Poland with commercial broadcaster Polsat.

The agreement will apply to all international volleyball and beach volleyball events over the next ten years.

This includes the men’s and women’s FIVB Volleyball World Championships that will be held in 2022, 2026 and 2030, as well as the Beach Volleyball World Championships, the annual Volleyball Nations League (VNL), the Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour, Olympic Qualifying tournaments and a new FIVB World Event in 2025 and 2029. Read more

New Hampshire betting handle goes up 57.5% year-on-year

Bettors in New Hampshire wagered $73.1m on sports this April, up 57.5% year-on-year, while revenue in the US state also edged up.

DraftKings’ mobile app accounted for the majority of bets, with a total of $60.5m wagered in April, The remaining $12.7m was spent at DraftKings-branded retail sportsbooks in  Manchester, Seabrook and Dover. Read more

Caterpillar becomes sponsor of Major League Soccer

The top tier of US soccer/football has secured a multi-year deal with construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar Inc.

“Caterpillar is eager to partner with Major League Soccer, as we share a joint commitment to being leaders in the communities where we live, work and play,” said Yvette Morrison, global director of marketing and brand for Caterpillar. “We celebrate the people who do the work every day and are constantly looking for new ways to engage with our next generation of employees, customers and their families. This sponsorship provides a perfect opportunity for us to introduce Cat to a broader audience.” Read more

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