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UpNDown to be Presented Global Gaming Expo
SingleShot Entertainment's latest game upNdown has been selected as one of six
presentations at the American Gaming Association's Innovation Lab speaker series.
Robertson Rules In Riga
Neil Robertson won the first ranking title of the 2018/19 season by beating Jack Lisowski 5-2 in the final of the Kaspersky Riga Masters.
SingleShot Entertainment, Inc. Announces the Addition of New Board Members Neil Robertson and Moshe Adir.
Las Vegas, Nevada – April 9, 2018 - SingleShot Entertainment Inc. a Nevada registered company in the entertainment content industry, announced today that two high profile personalities have joined its board of directors.
PGA Tour supports legalized sports betting and its reasons may surprise you
The PGA Tour would welcome regulated and legalized sports betting on its competitions if the Supreme Court overturns the federal ban that prohibits such bets in most states.
Snooker: Opportunities galore for revolutionary 7ballrun
2010 World Snooker Champion Neil Robertson sees lots of potential for the new cue sport.
Betradar to launch sports betting solutions for US market
Betradar has detailed plans to launch "a comprehensive range of tools and services" to companies looking to provide sports betting in a post PASPA United States.
Michael März – Betradar – Building effective solutions to meet new market demands
März details to SBC readers how Sportradar subsidiary Betradar has developed effective operations with new products/services in order to meet changing client demands, in an evolving market place.
Legal sports betting? 18 states could introduce bills in 2018: Report
As many as 18 states could introduce bills this year to legalize and regulate sports betting, according to a report by industry trade group Eilers & Krejcik Gaming.
Affiliate site Gambling.com launches in the US
Affiliate network Gambling.com has launched a localised version of its affiliate site in the United States.
Indiana ramps up sports betting drive
Legislators in the US state of Indiana will soon consider a bill which will see sports betting legalised in the state, pending the outcome of the Supreme Court review into New Jersey's sports betting appeal.
Why ban on sports betting is close to being overturned
WASHINGTON — The politician who has pushed as hard as any other to legalize sports gambling in the USA offered up some inside information.
Neil Robertson claims Scottish Open glory after dramatic Cao Yupeng collapse in epic final
Neil Robertson won the final five frames to complete an astonishing 9-8 victory in the Scottish Open final as a nervy Cao Yupeng blew up on the cusp of victory at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.
NEIL ROBERTSON 7BALLRUN - THE LAUNCH
The official global launch of the Neil Robertson 7BallRun took place last week in Cambridge, as an all-star cast came out to experience this new and exciting Cuesport discipline.
NJ sports gambling case: Supreme Court leans toward allowing bets
U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday signaled a willingness to let New Jersey legalize sports betting in a case that could pave the way for other states similarly interested in allowing such gambling as a way to fill their coffers to do the same thing.
Sportradar in the News: A Singleshot Entertainment Partner
Michael Jordan, Mark Cuban, Ted Leonsis Betting $44 Million on Sportradar's Data.
SingleShot Entertainment, Inc. Announces the Launch of 7BallRun™ in Partnership with Neil Robertson
Cambridge, England – October 31, 2017 - SingleShot Entertainment Inc., announced today the launch of 7BallRun™, a live Cue Sports game that is an exciting and fast paced version of one of the world's most popular sports.
SingleShot Entertainment, Inc. Corporate Update
Second shareholder update with accomplishments from July to October 2017.
Why golf is the future of in-play betting
With The Masters just around the corner, Martin de Knijff, CEO & Founder of Metric Gaming, highlights the huge potential of in-play betting in golf and why operators are missing a trick by not tapping into this growing and lucrative market.
Global Online Gambling Market To Near $1 Trillion By 2021, New Research Says
The amount of money bet online is expected to approach $1 trillion by 2021, according to a study by Juniper Research.
Supreme Court Close to Legalizing Sports Gambling Nationwide
Yesterday the biggest sports news story of the 21st century dropped and most didn’t notice — the Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey’s appeal of a ban on the state being allowed to offer sports gambling. For those of you who aren’t aware New Jersey has been waging a six year battle to allow its citizens to gamble on sports.
Future of sports betting: the marketplace
The description contains plain words like "computer," "real-time" and "online." Figure 2, an accompanying diagram, shows the system's entire process in an eight-step flow chart that ends with "determine payout of event."
Fay Vincent says legalized sports gambling coming soon
Former Major League Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent believes that legalized sports betting in the United States would be one of the biggest developments in sports since the introduction of television.
Matthew Bolton set for Snooker tour debut
Australia’s Matthew Bolton will make his World Snooker Tour debut this week at European Masters, Indian Open and World Open qualifying in Preston.
SingleShot Entertainment Signs Agreement to Sponsor Mathew Bolton for the World Snooker Tour Season
Perth, Western Australia – June 25, 2017. SingleShot Entertainment, Inc., a Nevada registered company in the entertainment content industry, has agreed to sponsor Western Australia’s Mathew Bolton for the 2017/18 World Snooker Main Professional Tour season.
Shawn Budd takes prize for sportsmanship
IF SPORT had a weekly prize for sportsmanship - and it should - snooker ace Shawn Budd would have walked away with more than just the runner-up trophy at the national championships.
Shawn Budd in NSW Hall of Fame
Billiards & Snooker Association of New South Wales (Inc.) inducts Shawn Budd into its Hall of Fame.
The Masters had its lowest TV rating in 13 years. Why?
On the surface, the 2017 Masters had all the makings of an engaging, captivating broadcast. A beautiful day in Augusta. The leader board littered with big names. A fight to the finish, one prolonged via sudden death. The enthralling narrative of a maligned soul finally breaking through. Must-see theater, incarnate.
DraftKings Just Had A Record-Setting Weekend For Masters Fantasy Golf
The first major of the year, The Masters, marked the unofficial start to the daily fantasy golf season at DraftKings. (There are contests based on just about every PGA Tour event. But the biggest ones take place around the four major tournaments, including the US Open, the British Open and the PGA Championship.)
PGA Tour's Jay Monahan: Opportunity, complexities with gaming
The PGA Tour has been examining potential opportunities with sports betting, and new commissioner Jay Monahan says he'll have an "open mind toward it" in the future.
PGA Tour to Approve Legal Betting
You may one day be able to bet on the PGA Tour — with the Tour’s blessing. According to Bloomberg, the PGA Tour has submitted a “request for proposal” to several data companies, asking them to bid on the ability to package information from tournaments for the purpose of sharing it with gambling houses.
PGA Tour to consider gambling venture
Golf’s PGA Tour is said to be weighing up a new venture that will see it offer data companies the right to package real-time tournament data into feeds for betting and gambling operators.
PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan has an Open Mind Towards Gambling
New PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has been a tremendous spark since taking over for Tim Finchem, who was at the helm for 22 years. He’s mentioned schedule changes that include moving majors like the PGA Championship and has mentioned that the pace of play needs to be improved, which I think we can all agree with whether or not Jason Day likes it.
Masters Tees Off as PGA Tour Considers Getting Into Gambling
Golf betting generates an estimated $2.8 billion every year, and the PGA Tour wants a piece.
European Tour announces six-hole tournament
From night events to first-tee entrance music, Keith Pelly has not been shy to shake things up as CEO of the European Tour. This innovative approach has bore its latest creation: a six-hole tournament.
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New Poll: 15 Percent of Americans Would Bet On Super Bowl If Sports Betting Were Legal
A new poll showed that 15 percent of Americans would have bet on the Super Bowl, if it were legal to do so, and only nine percent admitted to wagering on the game via a bet or pool. But do those figures mesh with reality?
AGA estimates Super Bowl Ll to generate $4.7B in bets, most of it illegally wagered
The federal prohibition on sports betting turns 25 this year, but Americans aren't expected to have any trouble getting action on Super Bowl Ll.