UltraPlay enhances Esports betting experience

first_img Submit Share BUFF.bet weighs up IPO options after X-Bet.co merger April 27, 2020 Related Articles Betway & Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP) head up elite speaker lineup at ESI London September 7, 2018 Online betting solutions provider UltraPlay has announced that its live betting model has been further extended to offer a more exciting experience, when it comes to betting on esports.Already known for its strong position in the esports betting industry, UltraPlay has recreated the years of esports experience and profound knowledge into its sophisticated live betting model, which will provide more markets for players to place bets on. Amongst the new markets are Decider Map Played, Correct Score, Map Advantage, which every player can choose from during the game and enjoy the enhanced live betting powered by UltraPlay. The wider markets provision on live betting gives a greater advantage to the operators trying to catch the interest of the savvy esports punters.Peter Ivanov, Head of trading at UltraPlay has commented: “We are proud to provide the most advanced and competitive esports live betting model on the market right now. The highest-quality product comes as a result of more than a year research and development in order to meet the expectations of both operators and players for dynamic esports betting. The model will also serve as a solid ground for introducing more games into live betting in the future.”The upgraded live betting model already covers all major events from the three leading games – CS:GO, Dota 2, and League of Legends. So far the collected results show a positive effect on the customer satisfaction in terms of increased volume and interest towards the games. More markets and new game titles are expected to be added to the model throughout the year with the main focus of the game objectives and personal markets.The new model is already available through the company’s match-predicting system Odds.gg, which serves to hundreds of leading iGaming operators across the globe entering or expanding their esports betting coverage. Through Odds.gg bookmakers use the rich portfolio of UltraPlay, consistent with 25 competitive game titles, 3000+ eSports events per month, 1500 in-play events as well as 50+ market. Peter Ivanov – UltraPlay – Betting patterns in esports February 13, 2018 StumbleUpon Sharelast_img read more

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Felix Annan ruled out for one month

first_imgAsante Kotoko keeper Felix Annan has been ruled out one month after he suffered an injury in their opening league fixture against WAFA last Saturday.The 22 year-old shot stopper  was stretched off the in 24th minute after clashing with first goalscorer Charles Boateng.The former WAFA keeper had to be stretchered off the field and endured double agony as his side lost 2-0 at Sogakope Park.Scans have revealed that Annan will only be out for a month.Annan has now joined the club’s ever-growing injury list which include, Isaac Amoako, Kwame Boateng, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, Dauda Mohammed, Theophilus Nyame and Jackson Owusu.Kotoko’s next league fixture is another away game against Medeama after their game with Ashantigold was postponed due to the involvement of the Miners in continental action. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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Daniel Jones wins Giants job, Tom Brady passes Patriots torch and more Week 1 preseason overreactions

first_imgEveryone knows that everything seen in Week 1 of the NFL preseason is exactly what it will be for the 2019 regular season.Or not. Overreaction: Ravens are letting Lamar Jackson loose as a passerThe second-year quarterback had a terrific outing early in Baltimore’s 29-0 rout of Jacksonville. Jackson was near-perfect efficiency-wise (4-of-6, 59 yards, TD, 138.2 rating) and in full command of Greg Roman’s offense. Of those passing yards (9.8 per attempt), 48 came from plays to wide receiver Chris Moore, 30 from an after-the-catch burst and 18 on a downfield throw.Days before the game, Jackson suggested he would not be running as much as he did as a rookie. But then coach John Harbaugh contradicted that by saying he could see Jackson running as much as Cam Newton did early in his career. The heart of this team is still power running behind a mighty offensive line and complementing it with a pounding defense.Jackson might have more success with calculated deep passes this season, but that will be because of how much teams respect how the Ravens can run the ball in different ways. Baltimore is built to be league’s most run-heavy team, and it can’t afford to rely too much on a wide receiving corps that’s in flux. Now that every team has played at least one game that doesn’t count, it’s time to react to the first live action of the NFL season. Here we add a dose of reality to the most hyped storylines coming out of the weekend.2019 NFL PREDICTIONS:Standings, playoff projections, Super Bowl pickOverreaction: Patriots are ready to replace a retiring Tom Brady (again)Brady and his wife are selling their mansion in Massachusetts. He is set up to be a free agent in 2020. At the same time, while Brady sat out New England’s preseason opener, rookie fourth-rounder Jarrett Stidham parlayed his strong training camp into a fine debut (14-of-24, 179 yards, TD, 95.7 passer rating) against the Lions.Stop if you’ve heard this before: From all accounts, Stidham’s talent, toughness, smarts, knowledge of the offense, confidence and poise already make him a worthy heir apparent to Brady. So it looks like the Patriots have their new Jimmy Garoppolo, just in time for Brady’s true swan song as a 42-year-old.After all, Brady will be lost with a limited receiving corps behind Julian Edelman and can’t possibly lead his team to a fourth Super Bowl in six years. We’ve heard all about this perfect story to write him off before. Haven’t we learned by now that the GOAT we see is the GOAT we get?Overreaction: Giants are fast-tracking Daniel Jones to starting statusNew York fans are wishing and hoping they saw the end of the end of Eli Manning as the team’s starting quarterback when Jones relieved him against the Jets and rated perfectly (5-of-5, 67 yards, TD, 158.3). There’s also the sense that Giants officials might have extra motivation to prove all those who doubted Jones’ No. 6 overall selection.But the Giants are methodical with these things, and coach Pat Shurmur already told everyone to “slow their roll.” Manning is still the favorite to start in Week 1 when it counts, but Jones is a good bet to start most of the team’s games in 2019.There’s no point in rushing to the Jones era for a team playing the long game with its personnel.MORE: Breaking down Jones’ debutOverreaction: Steelers have their surefire Antonio Brown replacementPittsburgh’s leader to be the new No. 2 starter opposite elevated No. 1 JuJu Smith-Schuster was  Donte Moncrief early in training camp. Second-year speedster James Washington, however, made a solid case for that role by catching four balls for 84 yards — including an eight-yard TD and a 43-yard play — against the Buccaneers.That was an impressive, needed performance from Washington, but his big-time playmaking is not the question mark. It’s more about matching the consistency level of Brown to win routes against tough coverage everywhere on the field.Rookie Diontae Johnson still profiles better as a Brown- or Emmuanuel Sanders-like wideout for Pittsburgh, and despite a recent hip injury, he should be ahead of Washington (and Moncrief) because of his well-roundedness.Overreaction: Cowboys can’t move the ball without Ezekiel ElliottDak Prescott got some tune-up work, and Dallas failed to score a touchdown in its 17-9 loss to San Francisco. Among Mike Weber, rookie Tony Pollard and Darius Jackson, none had any highlights running the ball. Without Amari Cooper, there was no pop in the passing game; just a whole bunch of spreading around.Jerry Jones saw the Zeke backlash coming and went to share his high confidence in Pollard “carrying the whole load.” This is on the heels of Jones saying he thinks the Cowboys can win the Super Bowl without Elliott.Expect the Cowboys to have worked hard on the contingency plan with new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and their non-Zeke personnel. Don’t expect them to tip their hand on how their offense will really look with or without Elliott.MORE: Why Cowboys are SN’s pick to win Super Bowl 54last_img read more

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VICTORY OVER KERRY: GREAT DAY FOR DONEGAL, SAYS BOSS JIM, BUT MORE TO DO!

first_imgJIM McGuinness was clearly delighted after Donegal overcame Kerry today – but was keeping his feet on the ground as favourites Cork lie ahead in the semi-final on August 26.And the Donegal manager admitted that his side nearly lost it against the Kingdom towards the end.“We nearly threw it away,” said Jim. “We had a six point lead and we we were in control – and then a goal goes in and we nearly paid the price,” he said, “Kerry really came back at us.”But he winning the ball in midfield at the end to allow Karl Lacey to point again “really mattered.”Said McGuinness: “From our own point of view we are just happy to get over the line. Great scenes for the supporters out there today and to play Kerry for the first time in the championship and get a victory is fantastic.“We are now in the semi-fnal and not getting too carried away. Hopefully we can bring the thing forward im the coming weeks.”  VICTORY OVER KERRY: GREAT DAY FOR DONEGAL, SAYS BOSS JIM, BUT MORE TO DO! was last modified: August 5th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BUT MORE TO DO!SAYS BOSS JIMVICTORY OVER KERRY: GREAT DAY FOR DONEGALlast_img read more

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10 months ago​PSG star Rabiot considers Tottenham ‘below’ his level

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​PSG star Rabiot considers Tottenham ‘below’ his levelby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveParis Saint-Germain star Adrien Rabiot does NOT want to join Tottenham.Per ESPN FC, a source close to the player has said that he sees Spurs as “below” his level.The 23-year-old central midfielder is seemingly destined to leave PSG, as he cannot agree on a new contract.And it is reported that Barcelona want to sign him on a free transfer in the summer.But no agreement is final. And other clubs have an interest, including Juventus and Spurs.PSG wanted to keep Rabiot, but his wage demands of €10 million a year proved too steep.But the developments have annoyed PSG chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who is unhappy the saga has dragged and that PSG will lose another homegrown talent. last_img read more

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a month agoArsenal hero Parlour advises Emery to make Carabao Cup aim

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Arsenal hero Parlour advises Emery to make Carabao Cup aimby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal legend Ray Parlour thinks Unai Emery should be aiming to win the Carabao Cup.The Gunners host Nottingham Forest in the third round on Tuesday night as they start their campaign at the Emirates.”I think he mixed the team with experience and youngsters,” Parlour said of Arsenal’s run to the quarter-finals in last season’s Carabao Cup.”There is no problem with that, it is good to give the youngsters game time and they have some very good youngsters at Arsenal – Reiss Nelson, (Ainsley) Maitland-Niles, Joe Willock and Emile Smith Rowe. It is great to see players like that come into the team.”But you can also see how important the competition is to teams like Manchester City and it is another trophy to talk about at the end of the season.”It is a magnificent achievement to win any competition and for Arsenal and Unai Emery, and the rest of the top six, they should be – and probably will be – taking it seriously.”There are a lot of games and you get injuries through the season so it is a bit about balancing the squad.”He added: “The big teams have got bigger squads but it still baffles me when you get to the latter stages of any cup competition and rest players.”Arsenal fans would embrace another day out at Wembley and have a good time, as well as challenging to win the trophy – something Arsenal will be wanting to do, I’m sure.”If you ask any fan around the country and say ‘do you want a Wembley day out to go for a cup and win a trophy’ they would say ‘yes, definitely’.”I’m really surprised sometimes when teams rest players. It was the first ever trophy I won as a player and I really enjoyed it and now Emery could make it his first title in England as well.” last_img read more

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2 days agoChelsea boss Lampard: Me? Scared?

first_imgChelsea boss Lampard: Me? Scared?by Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Frank Lampard has dismissed claims of being intimidated by Ajax ahead of their Champions League encounter.The Blues are set for a critical match with the Eredivisie champions, who have won both of their first two Group H matches comfortably against Valencia and Lille.A journalist suggested during the pre-match press conference that he looks scared of the Dutch giants.However, the Chelsea legend brushed that comment off with a cheeky remark of his own claiming that “is just my face”.Lampard said: “That is just my face.“It is a really tough match against a team that we know how they performed last year and how they’ve started this group, winning both games comfortably.“So it’s going to be a tough match, I don’t think the five wins mean anything other than that hopefully we have some confidence.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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