You are here: Home Sports Betting News
NBA and Commissioner Adam Silver informed the Board of Governors that the league is planning -and hoping- for a pre-Christmas start for 2020-2021 season, despite former reports that said the new season would start not earlier than January 18th, and as late as mid-March. This early restart plan might come as a surprise for many, but the NBA has it clear, starting early gives time for a longer regular season and a good chance to return to “normality”, hopefully, for later on, for 2021-2020.
This plan is not yet approved and it does face many obstacles, starting with the fact that the Lakers just got their ring a couple of weeks ago, and teams that were in the bubble will not get much rest, as opposed to others who have been resting since March, or that just had little activity in the seeding games in Orlando.
Free agency just opened, and the NBA Draft is supposed to take place on November 18th, so all this makes it hard for teams to plan, and the transfer market will certainly be a little crazy as well.
The highlight of the Big 12 schedule this weekend is a first-place battle between No. 17 Iowa State (3-1, 3-0) and No. 6 Oklahoma State (3-0, 2-0). Neither team played last week as ISU had a scheduled off week, and OSU’s game at Baylor was postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak for the Bears.
This game kicks off Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET at T. Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., and will be televised on FOX.
Oklahoma State won last year’s game in Iowa 34-27, and it has taken seven of the last eight meetings. Iowa State won its most recent trip to Stillwater with a 48-42 win in 2018, its first road win in the series since 2000. Overall, Oklahoma State leads the series 32-19-3.
It is indeed possible to contract their bookmaking services out, easily, and affordably. Here is the skinny… Many local bookies have the idea they are doomed to “local”. There couldn’t be a worse place to be stuck in, than this way of thinking.
Why do many bookies believe this? They believe the cost of doing business with a PPH is simply too high and that finding an online presence is complicated and unaffordable.
None of the above is true and in fact, it’s all a giant misnomer. Contracting the services of a pay per head is quick (a day or two to be fully operational), it’s affordable ($7-13 per head), and there are no long term obligations.
Are you trying to get into the sports betting business? Have you been in this industry for some time already and want to get better results? Price per Head is the answer to all your bookmaking needs, and it’s time you start getting what you deserve!
How do you feel about your business? Is there anything you need to improve? Is it just too much sometimes? If you feel like this it is because you’re right. Sports betting is a huge machine that never sleeps, you must be aware at all times, bring your A-game every single day, make sure your lines are sharp, your platform is up and running, and your players are happy.
It’s not easy, as there are games and events to offer each and every day, and at all times of the day. So, how do you do it?
In the grand scheme of things, sports betting in the US is not that big of a deal to those outside of the industry. But because of the pandemic that is causing fiscal problems for states, sports betting is getting more attention than usual. Mostly, because of how the sports betting industry can help states with their fiscal woes. This brings about a good change in legislation, where more and more states are now opening their doors to gambling and sports wagering. Tennessee, for instance, is one state that is getting ready for its launch.
The tentative date for launching sports betting in Tennessee is November 1. So far, the state is currently reviewing the applications of would-be operators in the state. Those who want to bet sports online will be waiting quite a while since these applications need to be approved. The said approvals will be announced by October 5.
The NFC East was once the crown jewel of the National Football League. Dallas, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington. Every franchise has a deep, storied, history and most franchises in the division are bitter rivals. But over the last couple of years, it's become a two-horse race in pph sportsbooks. The Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles have bumped heads since at least 2018 while the New York Giants and the team that plays in D.C. have floundered.
Ironically, in Week 1, only the Washington Football Team, the biggest underdogs to win the NFC East, scored a victory with a 27-17 upset win over the Eagles as 5.5-point home dogs. Odds have barely shifted, though, and the jury is still out on whether the Cowboys or Eagles will win the division in NFC East betting.
Betcris becomes the first NFL Latin American sports betting partner. Thus, it becomes the second international sports betting partner of the National Football League. It joined Tabcorp from Australia.
As part of the deal, Betcris can use the NFL’s logos and branding. Also, it provides brand exposure on the league’s digital assets such as the NFL Fantasy app and NFL.com. It gets access to the football league’s official game data feed.
Betcris becomes the official sponsor of the National Football League International Series Games in 2021. It will take place in Mexico. However, both parties didn’t disclose the terms of the deal.
According to sportsbook PPH reviews and news sites, the NFL’s fanbase is growing in Latin America. The league must find an industry leader within the sports betting industry in the region.
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.