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NBA will not “jump in line” for Covid-19 vaccines, says Adam Silver

The last few days of 2020 have filled the world with hope, as both Pfizer and Moderna were able to release their Covid-19 vaccines to the public and start distributing to different countries, as the biggest effort so far to try to contain and, hopefully, eliminate the Coronavirus threat that has changed humanity during this whole year.

A total of ten countries were able to be ready to approve, receive and start vaccinating in the first few days; the United States was one of those, of course, as well as Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Chile, in America. The United Kingdom, China, Russia, and Israel were the other four.

As we can imagine, there are many procedures to follow now by these countries, as well as priorities, as for who gets the vaccine first. Older or high-risk people and health workers are an example of the ones who will be first in line.

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Wild Card Weekend: Colts at Bills

billsnflIt’s the opening weekend for the NFL Playoffs, and sports news sites like Sports Interaction are focused on one thing: Wild Card Weekend. Wild Card weekend has 6 games for this round, and we’re bringing you the news on the first game of the weekend, the Colts at Bills. Number 7 Colts will play at Number 2 Bills this Saturday, at 1:05 PM Eastern. Let’s take a look at both teams and their chances for the first game of the round.

Many sportsbook pay per head bookies already have the lines set for this, with some having a spread for Buffalo at -6.5. As an overview, the Bills are in the playoffs 3 out of 4 recent years, after not getting into the playoffs for around 17 years. However, the team has not been able to win a single game in the playoffs since the 90’s. Buffalo, meanwhile is on a roll. They have been good at outscoring their opponents since week 12.

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Oryx Gaming Enters Swiss Market via Grand Casino Luzern

oryx gaming enters swiss marketOryx Gaming enters Swiss market through a deal with Grand Casino Luzern’s mycasino.ch. The latter is the biggest casino company in Switzerland. It announced that its online gambling platform earned CHF8.9 million in 2019.

According to a gambling blog, mycasino.ch was the second online gambling platform launched in 2019. It was only last year that Switzerland opened its online gaming market. The Oryx Gaming-mycasino.ch deal came after the former earned its ISO certification last July.

The deal brings Oryx Gaming’s premium games that include Fancy Fruits, Ramses Book, and Crystal Ball. Mycasino.ch will also get special gambling features and side-game prizes. The company has a wide range of games that appeal to various players. Also, their jackpots and features are top tiers.

Oryx Gaming Enters Swiss Market

Grand Casino Luzern will be the first operator to offer online casino games with the help of Oryx Gaming. According to sportsbook pay per head sources, the casino operator is confident that players would enjoy playing online games.

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Picking the Right Sportsbook for the 2021 NHL Season

Picking the Right Sportsbook for the 2021 NHL SeasonThe 2019-20 NHL season ended in September, with Tampa Bay defeating Dallas in six games in the Stanley Cup final. The end of the regular season and the playoffs were played in bubble sites.

The NHL is scheduled to begin the 2021 season on Jan. 13 with a pared-down 56-game schedule. Where possible, teams will allow fans in the arenas depending on local regulations.

As with all the other sports, navigating the shifting league, national, provincial, state and local protocols will be challenging. There have been other significant changes made to accommodate COVID-19-induced restrictions. The most notable is the realignment of the teams into four new divisions.

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Betting College Basketball This Season

Betting College Basketball This SeasonIt has been a long offseason, but college basketball has arrived. The season didn’t start as early this year after last season’s NCAA Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Even though fans aren’t present in most venues, this doesn’t stop college basketball betting. The college basketball season gives bettors daily opportunities to win big.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL IS BACK ON THE BOARD AT AMERICA’S BOOKIE

But there are some things that you need to focus on to create long-term winning.

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NBA releases Health and Safety Protocol Guide for 2020-2021 season

NBA releases Health and Safety Protocol Guide As the NBA opens training camps and released the preseason schedule in recent days, it has also released a formal 134-page Health and Safety Protocol guide, similar to what was presented by the league and the NBAPA for the Orlando Bubble a few months ago, with the purpose of making very clear what the Covid-19 protocols will be for the new, 2020-2021 season.

There are important differences this season, compared to the Orlando Bubble, which was a complete success, Covid-19 wise. The most important one so far is the fact that there will be no bubble this season, at least not for the regular season, but each team will play home and visit games, 72 in total.

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Football Clubs Prepare for Fans in EFL and Premier League

football clubs prepare for fansThe government announced that they are allowing spectators in outdoor sports venues in England starting December 2. Thus, football clubs prepare for fans in the stands.

Ten Premier League teams are in tier two, including West Ham, Everton, Tottenham, and Liverpool. They can have a maximum of 2,000 fans in the venue to watch live games. On the other hand, ten teams are in tier three. They can’t have fans in the stands.

English Football League teams and eight Women’s Super League teams can welcome fans back in their stadiums. However, they haven’t confirmed if they are going to allow fans to watch the games live. At present, there are no teams in tier 1, which allows up to 4,000 fans in the venue.

Football Clubs Prepare for Fans

According to pay per head reports, Arsenal will be the first Premier League team to host fans. They will play against Rapid Vienna at home on December 3. The first Premier League match to have live audiences will be the Manchester United vs. West Ham fixture on December 5. Later that day, Leeds will face Chelsea.

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