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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced last Saturday that major professional sports competitions such as La Liga, may resume from June 8. This means that Lionel Messi and other football stars will be returning to the field in just a few weeks. This, of course, is a decision widely welcomed by soccer fans as well as those of us at Bet Sports Online.
La Liga was suspended last March 12 when Real Madrid had to go into quarantine. One of the basketball players in their sporting club tested positive for the Coronavirus. This prompted La Liga to temporarily stop the season. Those who run bookie pay per head operations have been waiting for the league to restart its season since then.
There is a light at the end of the no sports pandemic tunnel, but meanwhile, bookies can see their way through by offering their players eSports.
It will surely be a different feeling around the Patriots going into the fall. With longtime quarterback Tom Brady gone, it’s a new era in New England, with Jarrett Stidham now tasked with leading them team behind center. However, they still have the bulk of their defensive core in place from last year, which was among the best in football, as well as head coach Bill Belichick.
UFC is one of the leagues that have tried the hardest to remain active and give us good entertainment during this pandemic. It’s no secret that Dana White and company have made all sorts of efforts to keep the events coming, they even looked for a private island to try to make it happen, but unfortunately, it didn’t happen, at least in the first try.
While many racetracks in the United States have shut their doors to the Covid-19 Pandemic, one popular racing venue remains open. Oaklawn Park located in Hot Springs, Arkansas, runs races every Thursday through Sunday.
Horseplayers know Oaklawn Park well. The horse racing track has produced top thoroughbreds for over 20 years. Some of the best jockeys and trainers in the United States call Oaklawn their base of operations.
No sports betting league remains safe in this pandemic. With both professional and college sports being postponed or cancelled, the sports betting world is in limbo. This could be the perfect time to practice becoming a bookie, with the limited betting options. And while you are learning how to use a white label sportsbook, let’s take a look at what is in store for one of the US’ most popular sports leagues.
The Major League Baseball, or MLB, is one of the most popular sports people bet on. It was supposed to start its season last March 16. But because the pandemic has any public gatherings cancelled, league officials announced early on that nothing but game replays will happen.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission voted to suspend boxing, MMA, and other combat sports events until March 25. Nevada suspends combat sports events after the conclusion of an emergency meeting to address the COVID-19 outbreak.
The NSAC scheduled their next meeting on March 25. The commissioners will vote on that day on whether they will allow combat sports or continue with the suspension. They named NSAC executive director Bob Bennett as the lead person in recommending how they will move forward after the next meeting.
Bennett told PPH bookie reporters that he is continuously communicating with medical professionals. Also, he knows all the amateur and professional sports events suspended for an indefinite period. He will continue to collect data to provide more information about the virus at their next meeting.
As a result of the suspension, Tuff-N-Uff was canceled. There were no major professional MMA or boxing events scheduled for the weekend in Vegas. However, there are three events scheduled three days after the next NSAC meeting, according to sportsbook PPH sources.
James Wiseman is the potential number one pick in the 2020 draft. He signed with Excel Sports, which means the end of his collegiate basketball career. The 7-foot-one-inch center is currently playing in Australia.
Other potential top picks in next year’s NBA draft are LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards. Earlier in December, Wiseman announced his plans to play in the NBA. He left Memphis to prepare for the next chapter of his life.
Wiseman made his decision to leave Memphis instead of completing his 12-game suspension given by the NCAA. He was guilty of accepting $11,500 from coach Penny Hardaway in 2017. Hardaway donated $1,000,000 to the school in 2008 that made him a university booster in perpetuity.