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Update on the latest in sports:

first_imgThe plan would impact hundreds of prospects and cut player development expenses. An electronic negotiating session is scheduled for Wednesday.MLB last year proposed cutting 42 affiliates. The minors have fought the plan, but the new coronavirus pandemic has changed the dynamic and sapped minor league teams of revenue and willingness to fight.VIRUS OUTBREAK-DJOKOVICDjokovic says he may reconsider stance on vaccinationBELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Novak Djokovic has reiterated he is against taking an anti-coronavirus vaccination if it becomes mandatory to travel, but says he’s open to changing his mind. Naming rights to be sold to iconic Barcelona stadium to benefit virus fightBARCELONA (AP) — Barcelona’s soccer team will sell the title rights to its famed stadium for one year in an effort to raise money for the fight against the coronavirus.The Spanish club’s executive board says it will donate the entire fee raised by selling the title rights to the Camp Nou to fighting the global pandemic. The Camp Nou has never had a sponsor since it opened in 1957.In other virus-related developments:— Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson admits it was “bad timing.” The Baltimore Ravens quarterback threw footballs to teammate Marquise Brown and former NFL star Antonio Brown during an informal workout in Florida on April 1, without regard to social distancing. Jackson told reporters today that he’s now working out alone. Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditBASEBALL-MINOR LEAGUE CONTRACTIONMinor leagues prepared to accept contraction planNEW YORK (AP) — A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that the minor leagues are prepared to agree to Major League Baseball’s proposal to cut guaranteed affiliations from 160 to 120 next year. Tokyo spokesman Masa Takaya says the organizing committee asked the Switzerland-based IOC to remove a comment from its website suggesting that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed that Japan would pay most of the postponement costs.Media reports in Japan estimate the year-long delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic will cost $2 billion to $6 billion.Takaya says it was not appropriate for Abe’s name to be linked. The IOC removed the reference.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NCAA-BUFFALOBulls punished for recruiting issues Update on the latest in sports: The top-ranked Djokovic caused a stir when he suggested in a live Facebook chat over the weekend that if a vaccination becomes compulsory on the world tennis tour then he “wouldn’t want to be forced by someone” to take it.Djokovic says in a statement emailed to the AP that despite his personal objection to a vaccine, “if it becomes compulsory, I will have to make a decision whether to do it or not.”OLYMPICS-POSTPONMENT COSTSConflict over who will pay for the Olympic delayTOKYO (AP) — An open conflict has broken out between Tokyo Olympic organizers and the IOC over who will be paying for the unprecedented year-long postponement.center_img ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The hard-hitting, no-nonsense linebacker Mike Curtis has died. He died Monday in St. Petersburg, Florida.Son Clay says on Twitter his father died of “complications from CTE,” a degenerative brain disease.Curtis helped the Colts win a Super Bowl during a 14-year career spent predominantly in Baltimore. He earned the nickname “Mad Dog” because of his fierce play in the middle of a strong Baltimore defense. His interception in the waning minutes of the 1970 Super Bowl set up the winning field goal in the Colts’ win over Dallas.Mike Curtis was 77 years old.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s professional baseball league has decided to begin its season on May 5.The games will be played without fans until the risk of infection from the coronavirus is gone.The league plans to maintain a 144-game regular-season schedule but has decided scrap its all-star game and shorten the first round of the playoffs from a best-of-five to best-of-three series.The KBO says it could shorten the regular season if infections erupt. The league will advise players to wear face masks in locker rooms and require them to download smartphone apps to report their daily health status to league officials.SOCCER-BARCELONA STADIUM April 21, 2020 — The deputy head of Germany’s national disease control center has cautioned against coronavirus testing for soccer players in order to restart the league. Regular testing of players and team staff is a key element of a plan to resume German soccer in empty stadiums next month. Robert Koch Institute vice president Lars Schaade says he doesn’t “see why certain sections of the population … should be routinely screened.” Schaade says he would prefer testing to be focused on people who show symptoms or who are linked to an outbreak of the virus.— The men’s and women’s professional tennis tours plan to create a player relief fund to help those in the sport dealing with the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The ATP and WTA say they are in discussions with the International Tennis Federation and the four Grand Slam tournaments. Neither tour provided any specifics about how much money they are pooling or how it will be distributed. No tournaments will be played before mid-July at the earliest.— The Associated Press has learned the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee is bracing for cuts of 10% to 20% because of the coronavirus pandemic that has pushed the Olympics back one year and triggered losses across the nation’s sports organizations. The AP received a copy of a letter CEO Sarah Hirshland sent to leaders across the U.S. Olympic world in which she said the exact nature of the cuts would be determined by the end of May.NFL-OBIT-CURTISFormer Colts linebacker Mike Curtis dead at 77 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The University at Buffalo men’s basketball team has been placed on one-year probation after a former assistant coach was found to have forged recruiting documents.Buffalo also was fined $5,000, agreed to a two-week ban on communicating with potential recruits and reduced its recruiting days by five for the 2020-21 season.The decision was announced by the NCAA and the Mid-American Conference school as part of a negotiated resolution reached today. The school said it self-reported the infractions in October and cooperated with the NCAA investigation.SOUTH KOREA-BASEBALLSouth Korean season to begin in May without fanslast_img read more

GoldBet boosts its content offering by upgrading to NYX OGS

first_img Submit TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 StumbleUpon Italian bookmakers face cruel summer as ADM sanctions shop closures July 27, 2020 Related Articles Share Share CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach  August 27, 2020 GoldBet has boosted its existing content partnership with NYX Gaming Group by upgrading to NYX OGS™ (Open Gaming System) from the CGS platform.The partnership with NYX, who will serve OGS via its Game360 content studio, will see the Italian operator increase its offering with thousands of slot games, bingo and poker through a single integration.This deal gives access to all OGS games available in Italy, from NYX and third-party suppliers. More than 100 titles will be made available including premium NextGen titles such as A Dragon’s Story™, Gorilla Go Wild™, Medusa™, Merlin’s Millions SuperBet™ and the recent Wild Play SuperBet™.Andrea Guzzon, General Manager for Game360, commented: “With this integration GoldBet has boosted its games offering in one of the most important regulated igaming markets with a broad, country-specific, selection of proven content.“It is always a particularly encouraging sign for a business when it grows a brief with an existing customer, as we have done with GoldBet. The deal once again demonstrates the high value and flexibility that NYX OGS delivers to operators around the world.”Stefano Tino, Head of Marketing for GoldBet, added: “Integrating GoldBet to NYX OGS is a key step to helping us deliver on our ambitious expansion plans. We know the quality that NYX delivers, and are pleased to have stepped up our collaboration to offer a considerably expanded content library.”last_img read more

Real Madrid begin crunch month with Levante trip

first_img0Shares0000Real Madrid’s head coach Zinedine Zidane talks to Cristiano Ronaldo during a Spanish La Liga match in Valencia, on January 27, 2018 © AFP/File / JOSE JORDANMADRID, Spain, Feb 2 – Zinedine Zidane, whose Real Madrid side go to Levante this weekend, will soon find out if he was right to refuse to add to his squad in the January transfer window.There were no new arrivals at the Santiago Bernabeu, with a move for the Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga the most notable transfer that didn’t happen in La Liga. Kepa signed a new long-term contract in Bilbao after Zidane insisted that he did “not need a goalkeeper”. Instead he will stick with Keylor Navas, who faces his former club on Saturday.Madrid appeared to be in a full-blown crisis after they were dumped out of the Copa del Rey by Leganes, but they have won their last two games in La Liga, scoring 11 goals in the process.A 7-1 defeat of Deportivo was followed by a 4-1 win at Valencia last weekend, when Cristiano Ronaldo scored two penalties as Real moved to within two points of third-placed Valencia with a game in hand.“A crisis for Madrid is losing one game but nobody doubts their quality. All the small teams want to go through the crises that they have,” said the Levante coach Juan Ramon Lopez Muniz, whose team drew 1-1 at the Bernabeu in September.Ronaldo, who has scored four goals in two league games, has been struggling with a calf knock. However, he is expected to play as Madrid begin a month that will be shaped by their Champions League last 16, first leg against Paris Saint-Germain on February 14.– Catalan derby –Barcelona, who are 11 points clear of Atletico Madrid at the top, put their unbeaten league record on the line as they visit Espanyol on Sunday.It will be the third Catalan derby in under three weeks, after Barca won 2-1 on aggregate in the Copa del Rey quarter-finals.However, Sunday’s game falls awkwardly for Barcelona, in between the two legs of their Cup semi-final against Valencia. Atletico host Valencia on Sunday night.Among the busier clubs in the January window were Sevilla, future Champions League opponents of Manchester United.They have brought two players back to Spain on loan from England — midfielder Roque Mesa from Swansea City and Everton striker Sandro Ramirez.“Sevilla have been interested in me for a year and a half. They knew how much I wanted to be here,” said Mesa, who endured a difficult last six months at Swansea.“In the end our paths were destined to come together. This is a big club,” he added as Sevilla face Eibar after drawing 1-1 at Leganes in their Copa del Rey semi-final, first leg.Player to watch: Inigo MartinezThe 26-year-old Spain international says he is “proud” to become the most expensive signing in Athletic Bilbao’s history, after they paid his 32 million-euro (£28 million, $40 million) buyout clause to sign the centre-back from Basque rivals Real Sociedad.Athletic swooped for Martinez after seeing Aymeric Laporte move to Manchester City for a reported £57 million, and he could make his debut for his new club in Girona on Sunday.Meanwhile, Real Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay has hit out at the player, suggesting he should have waited for an offer from “a team that can win the Champions League, or at least get to the semi-finals.” And fans in San Sebastian will be allowed to exchange Real shirts with Martinez’s name on it for another one.Fixtures FridayReal Sociedad v Deportivo (11pm)SaturdayEibar v Sevilla (3pm), Betis v Villarreal (6:15pm), Alaves v Celta Vigo (8:30pm), Levante v Real Madrid (10:45pm)SundayGetafe v Leganes (2pm), Espanyol v Barcelona (6:15pm), Girona v Athletic Bilbao (8:30pm), Atletico Madrid v Valencia (10:45pm)MondayLas Palmas v Malaga (11pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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