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A Step In The Right Direction For Sports

Since the spread of the coronavirus began at the start of the year, many sporting events across the world have fallen on difficult times as cancellations and postponements have been rolling out since March. We’ve already seen many of the biggest events of the year initially postponed be cancelled entirely – even something many thought could possibly be bulletproof in the Olympics has now officially been cancelled entirely – it had been moved forward a year to Summer 2021, but growing fears around whether or not that would still be possible led the IOC to cancel the event. 

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There has been some good news for sports fans however as it seems some restrictions are beginning to lift – within football it seems steps are being taken in the right direction to get things back on track. The Premier League in the UK last week had been unsure whether or not it would even see the season out, but now tentative signs are looking good that games may be played in June – similar stories are also true across Europe as the Bundesliga in Germany has seen teams return to training despite some hiccups with positive tests, La Liga in Spain is also seeing teams return to training too. 

The first big event of the year since March has already taken place in the form of UFC 249 – the highly anticipated MMA event took place without any fans in attendance as is expected to be the future of all sporting events for the foreseeable future, and this had been following a number of cancellations and disruptions. Despite these hiccups the event pushed forward to massive success, and in some ways has done its part to encourage others to follow suit and have systems in place to allow them to operate once any restrictions may be lifted.

This also spells good news for betting services as many said the most recent UFC event has been one of their most bet events in history – many of these betting services have relied on their online casino counterparts as the reduction in sporting events alongside initiatives to prevent some users from accessing the services have grown and been a threat to some operators – many of these online casinos are non gamstop accessible however and at a time with few other options in the way of entertainment, have served as a great distraction for many as traffic numbers and user figures continue to surge.

In many states the US restrictions have now be lifted, the UK has a tentative date of June 1st for their sporting events, and whilst some parts of Europe are still unclear on when sporting events will begin again it’s expected to fit a similar time frame – the next big event to be held may be seen in the form of the Royal Ascot, again without fans in attendance however, but it seems a regular sporting schedule may once again be around the corner to provide fans the world over with some entertainment once again.

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