Brazil finally legalizes betting, Betsson becomes the “official infotainment partner” of SSC Napoli, and record-breaking El Clasico is played in Dallas. Find out more in STATSCORE’s fresh Review!
- Brazil legalizes betting as president Lula enacts provisional measure
- Betsson Group strengthens presence in Italy with SSC Napoli partnership
- UK and Ireland progress towards hosting Euro 2028 following Turkey’s decision
- Saudi Arabia has “changed the market” – Guardiola says
- Record-breaking El Clasico played in Dallas
Brazil legalizes betting as president Lula enacts provisional measure
After years of delays, Brazil celebrates the legalization of sports betting as President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva signs the long-awaited Provisional Measure (PM) to implement the 2018 law.
With the enactment of Provisional Measure No. 1,182, the 2018 Brazil sports betting regulations, initially approved in Law No. 13,756, finally come into effect, featuring several amendments. These amendments comprise a slightly higher gross gambling revenue tax, more detailed marketing restrictions, and an increased license fee. Read more
Betsson Group strengthens presence in Italy with SSC Napoli partnership
Betsson Group’s StarCasino Sport platform is set to significantly boost its profile in the Italian betting market and sports scene as the “official infotainment partner” of SSC Napoli.
Having previously collaborated with the Serie A club during the 2022/23 seasons, the operator is excited about this renewed partnership, with a primary focus on enhancing fan engagement among Napoli supporters. Read more
UK and Ireland progress towards hosting Euro 2028 following Turkey’s decision
A promising joint bid from the UK and Ireland to host the men’s European Championship in 2028 takes a significant stride forward after Turkey and Italy announce their collaboration for the 2032 tournament.
With England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland as the sole contenders for the 2028 bid, Turkey’s partnership with Italy for the 2032 edition means that the UK and Ireland bid is set to proceed unopposed for the tournament five years earlier. Read more
Saudi Arabia has “changed the market” – Guardiola says
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has acknowledged the Saudi Arabian football league’s transformative influence on the transfer market.
Speaking during his team’s pre-season tour in South Korea, Guardiola talked about the trend of “extraordinary players” opting to agree to transfers in the Middle East, a prospect that he believes will become increasingly common in the future. Just a few months ago, such moves to the desert kingdom seemed unimaginable, highlighting the league’s rapid evolution and rising prominence. Read more
Record-breaking El Clasico played in Dallas
Barcelona secured their first preseason victory with a spectacular 3-0 win over Real Madrid, captivating a massive crowd of 82,026 attendees at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
This historic El Clasico, garnered global attention and could very well be an eye-opener for FIFA, considering the stadium as a potential host for the 2026 World Cup Final. Read more
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