Gastro outbreak cripple athletes’ chances at World Championships

first_imgMany track and field fans across the world were in shock and awe after witnessing women’s 100 meters favorite, Elaine Thompson, struggling to hold on to fifth place in a race which she was clearly heads and shoulders above the opposition in London at the World Championships.It was later revealed that Thompson was vomiting unceasingly before the finals and even before her semi final race which she won comfortably in the fastest time at the games.Gastroenteritis outbreakThompson’s dilemma was brought on by the devastating gastroenteritis disease which affected many of the athletes who trained tirelessly to put on a show for the fans. The ailment also affected Botswana’s Isaac Makwala who was barred from entering the stadium after falling victim to a norovirus outbreak that has affected more than 40 athletes and officials from a number of nations.In addition, the winner of the women’s 100 meters, American Tori Bowie, did not start in her 200m meters heats due to the same illness.More burning issuesA highly placed source in the Jamaican training camp has confided with CNW that the stomach bug crisis is but one of many burning issues that have plagued the London World Championships.With all the terrorist acts that have been happening in Britain recently, the source claims security surprisingly lapses. There is no athletes’ village as is par for the course in games of this magnitude.No athlete’s village“The village is a sterile and secure area, where teams are housed during the period of the championships. The British have chosen instead to use a few hotels to house the delegations. The athletes are out in the preview of all British citizens and visitors. In other words, an ill meaning person can bump off Bolt as he leaves the hotel to get to the bus. Not one law enforcer in sight,” the source claimed.The complaint also ranged into a lack of proper food.“There is exactly the same menu every day, three times a day. No consideration for variety of culture or tastes.”“For this fiasco to be called a global championship in the historical leadership of colonialism and home to the current head of the IAAF, leaves a very bitter taste in my mouth,” the source said.last_img read more

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Will votes trump hate?

first_imgCaribbean-American students at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and across Broward County hope voting in this November’s mid-term elections will help stem the rising tide of hate being leveraged against the school’s emerging activists and the Never Again Movement.Three students, all female and all almost 18, told CNW they will be eligible to register to vote this Fall and hope exercising their democratic right, will make a difference. Voting for change“We will definitely be voting for change in November. This is where the Never Again Movement will really make a difference,”the three, who declined to have their real names used for this article because of fear of reprisals like the ones being hurled at Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg, said Jill, not her real name, who attends MSD High in Parkland, said that she and her colleagues are extremely concerned about what they refer to as“insane political pu sh back.”Unbelievable hate“There’s a lot of hate especially for Marjorie Stoneman Douglas students,” she said. “This is unbelievable. People are expressing hate for us after a gunman killed 14 of my fellow students, and three staffers. Can we be blamed for wanting to reform gun control after this tragedy?”A Miami Herald report recently indicated that a memorial set up for MSD student victim, Alaina Joann Petty, had been “politicized by marchers, who planted political posters around flowers.”“To show how hateful people opposed to the movement are, can you imagine people have vandalized the memorials that was set up for some of those who were killed on Valentine’s Day?” Jill shared. However, none of the three students have plans to pull out of the movement but are refraining from having their names used or their pictures taken because of concern from their parents.Getting out the youth vote“We will still be very engaged in getting young people to register to vote in next November’s mid-term elections,” Jane, another student who spoke to CNW only on condition that her real name not be used, said. “It’s only that we, personally, would prefer less visibility.”Not a political movementJill believes “staunch” opposition will increase against the movement because its opponents “misinterpret it as a political movement. You can see from the nasty and caustic posts on social media ok, that people have interpreted the movement as political,” she said, adding emphatically that it is not a political movement.  “This isn’t political,” Jill reiterated. “What the movement is seeking is for elected politicians to vote for laws that will, for example, create intense background checks to buy guns and ban or make it harder to buy assault rifles. It was an AR-15 that killed 17 people at my school.“Because we want to vote out politicians who do not want to change existing gun laws, we are being branded as a political movement. Gun violence is an American problem that affects people regardless of political party,” she added.  So wrongThe Caribbean roots student also referred to the hate being thrown primarily at two of the movement’s founders and leaders, Cuban roots Gonzalez, and journalism student Hogg, both survivors of the Feb.14th Parkland school massacre. “Look what they did to Emma over the weekend. Someone photoshopped her image to make her falsely appear to be destroying a copy of the American constitution!”  Jill exclaimed. “This caused so much hateful reaction to her. It’s so wrong to do something like that!”Meanwhile, even though the three expressed satisfaction with the march in Washington on Saturday, March 24th, Jean revealed that there was even some level of hate there and not “everyone in that crown was supportive of the movement.”Youth tired of gun violence“I heard people in the crowd, mainly adults, who were critical of the speakers, saying they were coached by politicians opposed to the government,” she said. “Why can’t people believe this movement is born from our guts and our hearts? Young people are sick and tired of so many dying from gun violence.”For now, the three hope their votes, and the votes of their colleagues this Fall, will be the answer to the hate that continues to rise up against MSD and the Never Again Movement.last_img read more

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Haiti appoints Jean Michel Lapin as interim Prime Minister

first_imgPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – The Government Haiti on Thursday announced the appointment of Jean Michel Lapin as interim Prime Minister.The Ministry of Communication in a message via social media on Thursday said Lapin was appointed until the formation of a new government. However, no date for when he assumes the role has been communicated.On Monday, 93 deputies out of 103 voted in favor of removing Prime Minister Jean-Henry Ceant.  He has not yet left office, saying he was waiting for the final decision of the Senate.Six months after he was sworn into office, the government of Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant was forced out of office Monday after the Lower Chamber of Deputies voted overwhelming to remove him from office.The move came as Prime Minister Céant had gone to the Senate for a meeting only to find 13 Senators present. “The Government of Jean Henry Céant received a motion of censure from the Chamber of Deputies with 93 votes in favor, 6 against and 3 abstentions,” the Chamber of Deputies announced just after midday on Monday.“It was illegal. It was unconstitutional,” said Deputy Sinal Betrand, who was among the six who voted against the government’s censure.Political observers said that in the absence of a quorum in the Senate on Monday morning, Prime Minister Céant could not benefit from a six month stay by way of a vote of confidence.Céant later told the Miami Herald newspaper “the decision is illegal and was outside of the constitution, It is unacceptable.”He said that the justice system needs to shed light.The Senate is trying to fight Céant’s ouster.Céant and his 21-member cabinet will remain in office as caretakers until a new prime minister is named by President  Moïse.Under Haitian law, a caretaker prime minister and government can only oversee the country’s day-to-day affairs, and cannot enter into any new contracts.last_img read more

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Jamaican Elected Treasurer of Consular Corps Association in Philadelphia

first_imgJamaica’s Honorary Consul in Philadelphia, Christopher Chaplin. WASHINGTON, DC – Jamaica’s Honorary Consul in Philadelphia, Christopher Chaplin, was elected Treasurer and a member of the Executive Committee of the Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia at its meeting on December 11, 2019, in Philadelphia.Mr. Chaplin takes over from Mr. Jerry Sorkin, Honorary Consul for Tunisia, who served the Association with distinction. Commenting on his election to the position, Mr. Chaplin said, “ Jerry’s shoes will be hard to fill but I am confident that my banking experience will enable me to perform well in the role. I look forward to working with my consular colleagues on the many exciting projects that our association is involved in”.At the election, Mr. Peter Longstreth, Honorary Consul for Uruguay in Philadelphia was returned as President and Ms. Susan Satkowski, Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Norway was returned as Secretary. Mr. Miguel Alban, Honorary Consul of Peru, was elected Voce President.Mr. Chaplin is a career banker and has worked at financial institutions in both Jamaica and the United States. He was appointed Jamaica’s Honorary Consul in Philadelphia by Jamaica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator The Hon Kamina Johnson Smith in April of 2019.The Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia (CCAP) is the oldest consular organization in the United States and its members represent 63 countries around the world.As a 501(c)(3), non-profit corporation, CCAP is governed by a four-member Executive Committee elected each year by its members and is funded by dues, contributions and sponsorships. Like any association, CCAP’s fundamental responsibility is to assist its members in maximizing their individual effectiveness. More specific objectives include:Improving CCAP  Members’ access to Philadelphia’s business, non-profit and political leadership.Facilitating communication, education and mutual support among CCAP Members.Providing  Philadelphia with a window on the diplomatic world – in Washington, D.C. and abroad.Partnering with selected cultural, educational and charitable organizations which contribute to Philadelphia’s international agenda.last_img read more

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William Hill adds cash in roulette via Be The House

first_img Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 Share William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit It has been announced today that gaming company Be The House is launching its unique Cash In Roulette product with William Hill, as it looks to breathe life back into the casino vertical. Cash In Roulette offers bets over consecutive spins of a roulette wheel, in addition to the traditional single spin roulette.This enables players to be able to place bets on outcomes like one number eight in the next 10 spins, or 14 black numbers in the next 20.William Hill is planning to offer liabilities of up to £1m per line which is a huge increase on traditional roulette. Cash In Roulette attracts players with the potential for higher payouts, greater control over their volatility, and, crucially, the ability to cash out during a multi-spin bet.Benefits to operators include the ability to attract new players to this exciting new twist in roulette, a wider customer base to cross sell to and longer sessions from players.Be The House holds a pending patent for accumulative casino on all table games and will be rolling them out over the next few months.Seth Freedman, CEO and co-founder of Be The House, said: “The online casino vertical has been lacking a truly innovative product for some time now, and we firmly believe that Cash In Roulette is a game-changer for operators and players alike.“We are thrilled to be launching with William Hill, whose confidence in our product is proof of just how exciting and fresh it is. We are sure their players will enjoy the control and flexibility it offers, and that it will enhance their overall experience of the game.” William Mathieson, Head of Gaming Development at William Hill, added: “This is the first truly innovative and engaging roulette product I’ve seen in the last 10 years. It has such a wide variety of bets on offer, making it an exciting proposition for roulette and non-roulette players alike.“Combined with a better margin for the operator this was a great opportunity for William Hill to work with ‘Be the house’ and we look forward to its upcoming launch.” With this partnership in place William Hill becomes the second tier one operator to launch Cash In Roulette after Betfair was the first to flick the switch back in October. Share SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more

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Worldpay expects ‘60% Cheltenham Festival wagering increase’ as punters look for 2016 rerun of results

first_img StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Leading international digital payment supplier, Worldpay is predicting that online bookmakers will experience up to a 60% increase in turnover this week as British punters hope for a re-run of last years’ record-breaking Cheltenham Festival.A string of winning favourites at the 2016 Festival saw UK betting operators’ suffer losses of more than £60m, the worst in living memory.  But figures from Worldpay show that bookies have an excellent opportunity of recouping their losses if last year’s betting patterns are repeated.Worldpay date shows that 2016’s Cheltenham Festival saw 39% more online betting transactions compared to the week prior to the festival.The Gold Cup proved to be the most popular day for betting, seeing 57% more transactions than the previous week and an astonishing 66% more bets than the fortnight prior. The figures help to explain the large-scale losses suffered by the industry at last year’s event, and bookmakers will hope to avoid a similar situation in 2017.James McGurn, VP Growth – Digital Content & Gaming, at Worldpay commented ahead of Cheltenham 2017: “The Cheltenham Festival is the jewel in the crown of National Hunt racing, but bookies will be hoping for a much more successful year in 2017 following last year’s losses.“The good news for the industry is that last year online gambling firms saw a 39% rise in turnover during the week of the Festival compared with the previous fortnight, and if betting patterns this year are similar they can look forward to average bet values increasing by 19% as punters go large on the big races. The Gold Cup will prove to be the moment of truth: last year, bookies turned over a whopping 62% more versus the same day two weeks prior. It just depends, of course, on the right nags romping home.“In 2015-16 online gambling operators generated £4.5 billion in gross gambling yield*, powered to a large extent by mobile technology which has made it easier than ever for casual gamblers to have a flutter on the gee-gees – or any other sport, for that matter. In a couple of weeks we’ll see whether this year’s Cheltenham Festival was a winner for the gambling industry; but whatever happens we can be sure that there will be no shortage of bets from both casual and committed punters.” 6 of the Best – ICS’ Dean Rayson May 16, 2019 Lee Drabwell, PBS: Drawing in a customer base frustrated by the online experience April 10, 2019 Share College OTT FloSports secures Gold Cup coverage with HBA Media February 26, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

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Betway announces new £25,000 football promotion for the upcoming season

first_img Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Share Share ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Real Betis selects Betway as its official shirt sponsor August 10, 2020 Related Articles Alan Alger, BetwayHeading into the new Premier League season, Betway has announced a new promotion giving football fans the chance to win £25,000.In order to be successful in the free to enter game, punters are required to successfully pick the first four teams to score in the three o’clock kick-offs across each of English football’s four leagues. Betway’s Alan Alger, commented on the promotion: “Watching the goals fly in up and down the country has always been a staple of any Saturday, but with ‘4 to Score’, fans can add even more excitement to their afternoon.“By simply picking the first four teams to score, regardless of whether they win or lose, punters could win big by ten past three – something that will certainly add a lot more interest when watching Soccer Saturday or Final Score.”The new promotion debuts this Saturday 12 August, with the eagerly anticipated start of the 2017/18 Premier League season.The new promotion is the latest in Betway’s efforts to use new marketing and promotions to stay a step ahead of its competitors, discuss this and more on the Marketing panel at (BOSCON 2017 – 12-13 September- Olympia London). To find out more about the conference click here.last_img read more

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Saving Las Vegas: Can esports be the hero casinos need?

first_img Share GG.Bet scores ESL Counter-Strike & Dota 2 global partnerships July 15, 2020 Submit Related Articles Winning Post: UK racing must put its best foot forward … July 20, 2020 As casinos look to counteract an aging demographic of customers and players, one industry many operators are looking to is esports.This is understandable given the typical demographic of esports fans, which in particular titles’ scenes at least, is notably older than many outsiders would (and regularly do) presume. They aren’t all kids. A recent story on Fox Business opened with the line ‘casinos are slowly embracing competitive video game tournaments as a way to help their bottom lines’, and went onto explain that the money was coming from hotel rooms, food and drink. This of course is not necessarily a bad thing; casinos are evermore entertainment venues first and foremost as opposed to gambling halls.Regardless, declining revenues and player volumes on slot machines in Las Vegas and elsewhere have set the alarms off at management level of many casinos and a number of these are looking for ways to future proof their casino floors. One such option is skilled gaming machines, such as the VGMs produced by GameCo.At the upcoming Betting on Esports Conference in London (Kensington Olympia, September 13-15) the CEOs of Millennial Esports (Alex Igelman) and GameCo (Blaine Graboyes) will speak on a panel alongside Downtown Grand Chairman Seth Schorr on the topic of ‘Saving Las Vegas – how esports and land based casinos can work together’. Melissa Blau, iGaming Capital Director, will moderate.GameCo has agreed partnerships with the likes of Bandai Namco for branded titles, and has plenty more in the pipeline. Its VGMs are already in Atlantic City, Foxwoods in Connecticut, Harrah’s Cherokee in North Carolina, in Chile and in other Caribbean locations. The firm is looking at opportunities globally, and is in discussions with operators to enter the Macau market. European casinos too would be foolish not to consider this opportunity now.Naturally it will take time for players to adapt to such games, for the games themselves to be ‘perfected’ and moreover for word to spread and for them to be across enough casinos that you can reliably head into one and expect a top of the range skilled gambling machine. Change it seems though, is coming. It seems unlikely that the current generation of 20 and 30 somethings who grew up playing video games are ever going to be entertained by slots.Seth Schorr, Downtown GrandOver at Millennial Esports, whilst the group is expanding with various acquisitions across the esports space (such as analytics firm Stream Hatchet, IDEAS+Cars and more), it has its flagship venue at the Neonopolis in downtown Vegas. The key purpose of this is to host esports tournaments and it’s something it’s been doing since the ribbon was cut with the Mayor of Vegas in attendance. It’s venue space, and at a wider level the city’s infrastructure that comes with being a premier and experienced tourist hub, that right now offers casinos a prime opportunity to cut their teeth in esports.This is something Seth Schorr, Chairman at the Downtown Grand knows only too well. He told Esports Insider: “For nearly two years the Downtown Grand has been consistently running weekly esports tournaments. Throughout this process we have learned a great deal about the esports enthusiast and the nuances between the fans and players of each game genre. We have learned how to effectively program and promote our tournaments and have created a business model that has been positive to the bottom line of our organisation.”In the past six months we’ve also seen The Luxor (part of MGM International Group) commit to renovating a 30,000 sq foot nightclub space in its Strip based casino. From 2018 this will be “an esports mecca” in the words of The Luxor’s General Manager Nik Rytterstrom.We’ve also seen Caesars unveil a Vegas based production studio in association with Sidekick Productions which will involve esports to some degree. Casinos have the capacity to put on small to medium scale high level tournaments to attract an audience, and moreover smaller still tournaments to get people in and playing themselves. Whilst gambling on esports tournaments is not yet really an option right now (only limited options to do so have been granted), the path has been cleared for Senate Bill 420 which would legalise esports gambling statewide.Millennial Esports’ Igelman said of the bill: “The State’s approach to esports betting is cautious yet pioneering. In the foreseeable future a bet on a Rocket League or DOTA match will be as common as a bet on an NFL or NBA game.”The potential for this Bill is considerable. Casino floor designs could be altered, with a focus on fans of esports; a viewing zone showing live coverage of any ESL One or DreamHack tournament with a bar and food. The option to play some skilled gambling machines nearby, or take part in a small SFV tournament with friends old and new. There could also outlets to buy merchandise and apparel, there could be team meet and greets, and on key occasions tournaments with some of the bigger teams around.You only need look at the yearly pilgrimage to Seattle for The International or to Katowice for the Intel Extreme Masters to gauge the potential of becoming a place known and loved by some of these communities of fans. Esports alone are unlikely to save casinos’ bacon, but they could play a significant role in modernising them for a new audience if the operators do their homework and play it smart.You can learn all about the casino and esports opportunity, and have the chance to ask those in the know all the questions you can dream up at Betting on Esports 2017 (London, September 13-15).BoECon is a part of the wider #boscon2017 (same dates) featuring over 55 exhibitors, 160 speakers and 1,000 attendees. Tickets include full access to both shows, food and networking parties each evening. 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The Nerazzurri announces landmark sponsorship deal with bwin

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Three time European champions, FC Internazionale has announced a sponsorship agreement with online betting company, Bwin.The partnership which has been agreed until 2020, means bwin is the club’s first ever official betting partner. The Italian club will utilise bwin’s services to provide fresh and international content, introducing pitch side led screens that will advertise in-play odds during the Nerazzurri’s matches.The services were first enjoyed by Inter fans during the club’s convincing 3-0 victory against Fiorentina at the San Siro on the opening day of the Italian season.Bwin’s presence will also be felt on Inter’s social media channels and within the club’s digital sphere, as a digital content strategy will provide odds content to enhance sporting information.Michael Gandler, FC Internazionale’s chief revenue officer said: “We are very happy to have reached an agreement with a prestigious international brand like bwin, Inter and bwin are unified in their desire for growth and further development within their respective sectors. “We hope that this new agreement will lead to a future full of success and innovation. Bwin can make the most of the new and developing multimedia models that the Club is pushing forwards, leading to expansion within their business and providing unique and valued content for their own clients.”Moreno Maraso, country lead and member of the board of directors for bwin Italia said: “We are extremely proud to announce this partnership with Inter, historically, bwin have always supported and sponsored clubs who are at the peak of world football.“In addition to being an Italian concessionaire of the customs and monopoly agency, bwin is also a founding member of the ESA, therefore we consider it a privilege to have been chosen by Inter as their first betting partner. “This collaboration highlights our closeness to the world of sport and its values. After the opening first two league games, we believe that this year’s season will be a special one and we are happy to enjoy it alongside a team like Inter.” Share Belgian Pro League selects bwin as its new betting partner August 4, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Submitlast_img read more

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Perform Group’s John Harlow: Reinventing the role of the second-screen for betting

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile  August 25, 2020 Share Last week, John Harlow, SVP for Betting at Perform Group, revealed the slogan that explains why they’re seeing such interest in more detailed player data – ‘The game is the same, but the fan has changed’.Seven days on, we asked him to explain how much of this behaviour change is a derivative of fantasy sports, and tease some of the biggest product developments for Opta in 2018.SBC: Let’s look a bit closer at this message: “The game is the same, but the fan has changed”. How much of this change is a derivative of behaviours picked up playing fantasy sports?JH: Fantasy is a huge driver of interest in players and their stats, particularly in players from other teams. It’s great for sport and it’s great to give fans a reason to stay engaged for an entire season, even if their team has zero chance of winning anything or has been knocked of the World Cup. It’s a massive passion-driver that helps fans feel a real sense of ownership of THEIR team and THEIR players and in many ways, betting on player performance is a highly similar sensation.Opta’s live or post-match statistics actually power major fantasy sport providers around the world, which creates a reassuring consistency for fans and operators, similar to what we discussed last week. If I’m betting on shots on target for example, I expect to see the same numbers wherever I happen to look, be that on the TV, in the Fantasy Premier League app, on Google or in my betting app.Fans have, however, changed in many more ways than just taking more of an interest in player performance. Their attention spans are shorter than ever – described as 90 seconds not 90 minutes; they want to feel involved, not peripheral; they want personalised experiences; they can be impatient, need instant gratification; and of course they’re heavy social media users. These are additional reasons why ‘choose your own adventure’ single-game accumulators and player bets (eg on passes, tackles, goalkeeper punches; events that we’re collecting all the time) are quickly establishing themselves amongst the mainstream.SBC: Can you tease some of the biggest product developments for Opta in 2018?JH: The first big step is we’ll deliver all our deep player statistics in a live incident feed, like a detailed version of RunningBall’s API (RunningBall is Perform’s ultra-fast data service). We’ve been working towards this for a long time and there seems to be a genuine buzz from clients about what they can turn it into and what it will mean for bettors.Just as RunningBall helped pioneer in-play betting at scale, and Opta helped drive fantasy sports, now we’re going to do the same for pre-match and in-play bets on player performance. Operators can confidently increase the number of matches and leagues offering player bets, with much faster resulting – a real win for bettors and for client product and marketing teams, who will be able to start telling some truly unique stories, given the number of new ‘games within the game’  that can be created.Just as important is our continued focus on reinventing the role of the ‘second-screen’ for betting, hopefully in time for the World Cup. We think this is a big missing piece in the puzzle and getting it right will make the front-end betting experience significantly stickier and much more entertaining.Last but not least for now, we’re also looking at how some of the innovation coming from Opta’s data scientists can be applied in our sector. The potential there is enormous. It’s almost like someone’s given you x-ray specs, to see what’s really going on. A great example is the ‘expected goals’ metric (xG), which measures whether a given shot should have been scored (in real time) based on deep analysis of 300,000 chances from our database. Broadcasters like the BBC have started using these stats, so they’re starting to get into the mainstream language of sport. Earlier this season Arsene Wenger even explained during a post-match interview that Arsenal might have just lost, but according to Opta’s analysis of the game’s scoring chances, they should have won… tough to award him the three points for that but can’t argue the logic!Providing greater insight into underlying match performance could help everyone from odds compilers wanting deeper understanding of pricing trends, to marketing teams looking to activate or understand bettors. If the ‘expected score’ is displayed alongside the real score, that’s potentially more useful (and usable) at-a-glance information than traditionally basic statistics like WDL form guides – especially as our algorithm calculates the expected score live.One of the UK newspapers wrote an article on Opta last year saying we’d changed football and are shaping its future – I don’t think we’ve changed it in reality, as it’s of course still the same game, but I think we’re definitely changing what can make sport even more interesting for fans and I suppose it does mean we’re helping to shape its future. That’s a big responsibility, but a tremendously exciting place to be and we can’t wait to see the experiences our content will help to create.Perform Group will be exhibiting at ICE London (6-8 February), stand S1-240. 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