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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 30/08/2021

Is this the craziest transfer window ever? How did the Yankees save their season? Could 9,000 Covid infections be linked to Euro 2020? If it’s Monday, it’s time for a fresh STATSCORE‘s Review!

  1. Is this the ‘craziest transfer window’ we’ve seen?
  2. How did the Yankees save their season?
  3. Fan commitment to women’s sports quickly growing
  4. theScore Bet teams up with Golf Canada
  5. 9,000 Covid infections linked to Euro 2020 matches

Is this the ‘craziest transfer window’ we’ve seen?

Leo Messi’s transfer from FC Barcelona to PSG, Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United, and Mbappe’s possible move from Paris to Madrid… It’s quite a spectacular football transfer window.

Ronaldo’s sensational return to Manchester gave the Red Devils’ fans thrills and perfectly encapsulated the dramatic transfer window. Read more

How did the Yankees save their season?

New York Yankees had started this MLB season on the wrong note. Then things got a bit better, though soon they deteriorated, but only to… get better again. What can the numbers tell us about their performance?

Could the Yankees’ recent fortune be just a matter of better luck, or are there any rational reasons behind their progress? Read more

Fan commitment to women’s sports quickly growing

The NWSL and WNBA were the only pro sports leagues in North America to have increased TV ratings during 2020 amid the pandemic.

The demand for women’s sports is growing, and metrics show that women’s sports have some of the most innovative and committed fans. Read more

theScore Bet teams up with Golf Canada

Score Digital Sports Ventures (Canada) Inc., better known as theScore Bet, has become the Official Gaming Partner of Golf Canada.

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The exclusive partnership makes theScore Bet the first-ever gaming partner for Golf Canada and its renowned National Open Golf Championships – the CP Women’s Open and the RBC Canadian Open. Read more

9,000 Covid infections linked to Euro 2020 matches

Data from NHS Test and Trace showed that 9,402 Covid-19 infections could be linked to Euro 2020 football games. Scientists have said the tournament generated “a significant risk to public health”.

Data showed 2,295 people in or around Wembley were likely to have been infectious at the time of the match, with a further 3,404 people in and around the ground potentially being infected around the time of the final. Read more

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