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- California voters to decide in 2022 whether to legalize sports betting
- Can the Champions League go on without Real, Barca, and Juve?
- What is sports betting middling?
- NBA Africa valued at $1 billion
- Check out the most curious stats and records of Premier League season
California voters to decide in 2022 whether to legalize sports betting
Will Californians soon be able to legally bet on Lakers, Clippers, Dodgets or Rams?
A measure to approve sports betting in California has qualified for the state’s November 2022 ballot. The initiative would legalize sports betting at tribal casinos and in-person sportsbooks at privately operated racetracks.
“This is an important step toward giving Californians the opportunity to participate in sports wagering while also establishing safeguards and protections against underage gambling,” said Mark Macarro, tribal chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, one of the eighteen tribes that are part of the Coalition to Authorize Regulated Sports Wagering, which is behind the ballot measure. Read more
Can the Champions League go on without Real, Barca, and Juve?
UEFA has initiated disciplinary proceedings against the three remaining European Super League (ESL) founders Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona.
How would the Champions League look like without these three giants?
“My personal opinion is that the Champions League is prepared to make do without Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus,” LaLiga president Tebas said at the Club Advisory Forum. Read more
What is sports betting middling?
Middling is not a very popular term among bettors. What is it and how does it work?
Middling bets is one of the strategies that allows bettors to gain an edge on the bookmakers by taking advantage of significant moves in point spreads. Why bet against a previously placed bet? Here’s how it works! Read more
NBA Africa valued at $1 billion
Basketball Africa League, a joint effort between the NBA and FIBA, has finished its first season.
The BAL was originally scheduled to start on March 13, 2020 in Dakar, Senegal, but had to be postponed due to COVID-19 crisis. The whole 26-game tournament was held in a bubble in Kigali.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said that the enterprise value for NBA Africa is nearly $1 billion. Read more
Check out the most curious stats and records of Premier League season
Another exciting season of the Premier League is over. Manchester City sealed a third title in four years, while at the other end of the table we bid farewell to the relegated trio of Sheffield United, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham.
Let’s take a look at the most curious statistics, facts, records and trivia to sift through. Read more
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