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UFC
Lewis wants the hype, Blaydes wants to fight for the belt. It all goes down on November 28.
We sat down with one of the European Gaming and Betting Association’s heads to find out more about gambling regulation in the European Union.
There are politicians who ask “why are you going to send five million people to hell?”, and other features of the African market and its regulation.
How and why we are purchasing a company that owns the Ninja Casino brand?
It's time for bookmakers to line up.
UFC
With one of MMA's most entertaining personalities returning, we preview McGregor's next UFC event.
Nobody will pull you out of your unprofessionalism.
Limited resources, logistics, and something else even more original.
The head of the communications department of Parimatch (Russia) explains why you need to contact with media and how many millions of PR value you can get from it.
Self-restriction and other limitations took the era of tough money-making in the past.
Why competitions organizers are greedy and how to recoup the costs of contracts with clubs - exclusive interview with the head of the sponsorship department at "Parimatch".
No one can explain better about bookmaker integrations in the world's strongest football league.
CEO of the creative agency Clickable will explain how to turn pictures and videos into money.
Exclusive interview with Legalbet's new expert, the co-founder of the Russian bookmaker Tennisi.bet
Since 2009 all gambling has been prohibited in Ukraine, only now it has been crowned with success.
Dainis Niedra starts his blog with a powerful post on how to go from being a student to a managing director of a betting company.
Gambling since its inception and even to this day has been associated in society to something terrible and flawed in a sense.
Nigeria’s Gambling officials (the NLRC) step up to the plate with promises of support to betting operators during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The absence of live sports has hit the betting fans pretty hard, but it seems that Sportradar has found an ingenious solution to engage the bettors.
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