Online gamblers want one thing, money! Gamblers want to gamble, and it doesn’t matter the environment in which they are gambling, it doesn’t matter the times or what may be happening in the world. COVID-19 came along in March and shut everything down, with one exception; the online gambling industry. Bookies are still doing well and in fact, they are doing better than ever and there is one reason for this… the pay per head industry.
The pay per head has set up the bookie in a way to be successful and it doesn’t matter the times. What matters is gamblers want to gamble and bookies must offer them something to gamble on.
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.
Getting into the sports betting business is a popular venture. It has been so for that past few years. Learning how to be a bookie will open you to opportunities to earn money from wherever you are in the world. The best part, is you have the best bookie pay per head to help you get your sportsbook up and running.
And as sports betting is legalized in the US, most major US sports leagues are getting into partnerships or accept sponsorships from gaming operators. The Major League Baseball (MLB) is the latest to announce another authorized gaming operator.
The MLB’s second authorized gaming operator is DraftKings, coming after MGM Resorts last year. The terms of the deal is not being disclosed, but it does cover a multiple number of years. This deal will also allow DraftKings access to the official data feed of the MLB. In addition, DraftKings will have the right to use the league, as well as its teams’ trademarks for marketing through official channels of the MLB.
Last night, during the New African Woman magazine's Woman of the Year Award ceremony in Dakar, Fatma Samoura of Senegal received the 2017 New African Woman in Sport Award.
The event was being held at Terrou-Bi hotel in the Senegalese capital of Dakar to honor African women who excelled in their chosen fields.
This is the second year that this award ceremony is being held to celebrate African women who have made exceptional impact and change in their countries or communities in a particular year.
The winners were selected by a special panel of judges from 68 shortlisted candidates across 12 categories.