The world of sports betting is getting ready for a potential increase in sports wagering as different professional sports leagues are restarting up their seasons. In a few weeks, top sports leagues such as the NBA, and the MLB will be back. With easy access of Sports Per Head gambling software and a considerable wagering patronage, expect a rise in sports betting in the month ofJuly 2020.
Retail casinos and sportsbooks are having their reopenings. However, the attention of sports betting will most likely be on online wagering due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sportsbooks will now have a chance to redeem their losses, now that the MLB and the NBA are returning.
Rise in Sports Betting: The Demand for Sports Betting in the Month of July
Digital entertainment is getting more popular than ever, plenty of online sportsbooks are bringing in more clients. Betting through the clouds is not only the focus of the clients, people are looking into sportsbooks pay per head posts for tips on how they can make it into the sports betting business. As a way to have income from local budget deficits, the state government is now turning to sports betting for profit.
Sports betting stopped on its tracks due to the Covid-19 pandemic last March. Immediately, different sports leagues stopped. It was not until May that the different sports events were slowly getting back on their feet. To name a few, the UFC, NASCAR, and some golf and tennis events are gradually resuming their schedules. More events are returning in June, most highlighted is the European Soccer League.
July Sports Events
Obviously, the return of MLB is big news for baseball fans, and sports bettors alike. Along with safety protocols for implementation, the league and the player union have agreed to follow. Similar with the NBA, where the rules of the season have been updated. Major changes have been made, such as – the absence of live fans, game rules, etc. But fans of sports betting are now ready to place their bets; they are merely waiting for the betting lines to go up. Expect that there will be a lot of action and a rise in sports betting.
July 2020 will mark history as the biggest month for Sports in America, due to the fact that many of the popular sports leagues will come back after their suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Also, the sporting events which never stopped their operations will continue as well. These sports are wrestling and the UFC to name a few who continued to hold events during the pandemic, with the absence of live fans.
Baseball is returning with 60 a season. Here is a list of the most awaited matchups this month.
July 23-26: Washington Nationals vs. New York Yankees
July 24-26: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs
July 28-29: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Houston Astros
July 30th will be the day when the NBA returns. The season will go on until October then there will be a break before 2020 – 2021 season will have it’s starting date on December 1st.
The NBA is expected to continue on July 30, 2020 until October 13, 2020. 22 teams will play to finish the NBA 2019 – 2020 season.
For the Easter Conference
- Milwaukee Bucks
- Toronto Raptors
- Boston Celtics
- Miami Heat
- Indiana Pacers
- Philadelphia 76ers
- Brooklyn Nets
- Orlando Magic
- Washington Wizards
For the Western Conference
- Los Angeles Lakers
- LA Clippers
- Denver Nuggets
- Utah Jazz
- Oklahoma City Thunder
- Houston Rockets
- Dallas Mavericks
- Memphis Grizzlies
- Portland Trail Blazers
- New Orleans Pelicans
- Sacramento Kings
- San Antonio Spurs
- Phoenix Suns
Disney and the NBA agreed to have the events held at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida. All games will be held in the Arena Field House and Visa Athletic Center.
July 2: PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic.
July 9: Expected PGA tournament not announced yet.
July 16: PGA Memorial Tournament.
July 22: British Masters (European Tour).
July 23: PGA 3M Open. Marathon Classic (LPGA)
July 30: English Open (European Tour). PGA Barracuda Championship. WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational
Phase 3 of the NHL’s plan to return will be on July 10. Training camps will start to reopen. No actual date of return was confirmed by the NHL.
Mixed Martial Arts
July 2: Invicta FC 40.
July 11: UFC 251 featuring Usman vs Burns. KSW 53.
July 15: UFC Fight Night: Fight Island 1.
July 18: UFC Fight Night: Fight Island 2.
July 25: UFC Fight Night: Fight island 3.
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