#twitterlygaming - Esports, Nevada and Aintree

#twitterlygaming - Esports, Nevada and Aintree

Friday, July 28, 2017 Posted by Sam Cooke
We round up the best social media from the last seven days.

The gambling and iGaming industry can be a boisterous bunch at the best of times. There’s no place better to rant and ramble than in the realm of Twitter where every week a variety of topics tend to attract the attention of those in and around the industry.

Pinnacle's Content Manager, Mirio Mella was quick to reflect on the incredible news from the burgeoning world of esports, as the BBC announced that their online channel, BBC three would be showing live coverage of the Gfinity Elite Series.

The profits of Nevada sportsbooks continue to soar, ESPN gambling writer David Purdum pointed out just how much continued success that Nevada sportsbooks have enjoyed, pointing out the streak of profits is one that would make the Arsenal invincibles envious.

 

Baseball writer Dustin Gouker keen to point out that America’s favourite pastime provides Nevada sportsbooks with a big source of their profit for the Nevada sportsbooks.

Political betting expert Mike Smithson shared statistics that highlighted the significant decline of Boris Johnson. His chances of becoming the Tory leader in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum looked strong, however, now Johnson  is a rank outsider for the role.

Racing isn’t immune to the big ticket resale crisis. However, the Racing Post broke the news that Aintree promised to take action after sold out tickets for the Grand National appeared on resale sites.

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