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STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review 31/08/2020

New opportunities for betting industry from machine learning technology, Premier League’s fascinating stats, and a look back at Messi’s career at Barcelona… Here’s STATSCORE‘s fresh Betting Industry Review!

  1. Teenagers score more goals in the Premier League
  2. Machine learning offers new opportunities to betting companies
  3. Fans or no fans? NFL teams have various guidelines
  4. Messi leaves Barcelona. A look at his career
  5. Is sports betting coming to Puerto Rico?

Teenagers score more goals in the Premier League

A growing number of goals scored by teenagers and Aymeric Laporte’s importance to Manchester City – here are some interesting stats from the Premier League season.

Teenagers managed to score 25 goals in this campaign of the Premier League, with 12 different scorers. In the previous two seasons, there were only 19 such goals. Let’s take a look at some fascinating stats from the season. Read more

Machine learning offers new opportunities to betting companies

Ball or strike? Hit, walk or out? Each baseball game produces hundreds of plays that people could bet on.

There are about 250,000 at-bats and 900,000 pitches in a full 162-game season, which can give betting companies amazing opportunities in offering millions of bets to their users. But how could such numbers of bets be successfully managed? Will machine-learning-based oddsmaking be a real gamechanger here? Read more

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Fans or no fans? NFL teams have various guidelines

As the NFL season approaches, different teams show different attitudes towards allowing fans in their respective stadiums.

Some of the franchises, including New York Jets and NY Giants, won’t be allowed to host any fans at their stadiums, because of the restrictions imposed by local authorities. Many others have been working on plans to allow hosting up to limited capacity (e.g. 20% or 25% seating). Read more

Messi leaves Barcelona. A look at his career

One of the world’s best football players ever, Lionel Messi has decided to leave FC Barcelona after almost 20 years. 

Messi will without a doubt go down as the club’s greatest ever star, as he has broken a number of amazing records in his career there. Read more

Is sports betting coming to Puerto Rico?

Public consultations are underway in Puerto Rico regarding regulated online betting and gambling.

Puerto Rico could become the first unincorporated territory of the United States to introduce legal online sports betting.

According to Specter Gaming Group, regulated sports betting and daily fantasy sports could boost Puerto Rico’s economy by generating worth up to $62 million within a year.

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