#twitterlygaming - New Jersey, Podolski and Wimbledon

#twitterlygaming - New Jersey, Podolski and Wimbledon

Friday, July 7, 2017 Posted by Sam Cooke
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.

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.

We’re edging ever closer to the resumption of football across Europe. The earliest qualification stages are underway for the Europa and Champions League and transfer rumours are rife across the industry. Additionally, it’s the time of the year again now where everyone’s favourite tennis tournament, Wimbledon, has arrived once again. Kicking off #TwitterlyGaming this week is Mirio Mella, Head of Customer Engagement at Pinnacle, sharing some odd research from the BBC that suggests pitch of grunting may correlate to winners. Will this result in a new betting strategy?

Away from sports and over to the United States, where the constant legislative battle continues to rage on. Esteemed analyst and writer Chris Grove has shared a worrying story, citing what a poor outcome in the New Jersey legal case could mean for sports betting across the whole of the States -- including Nevada:

Meanwhile, DFS guru Dustin Gouker has shared an article lambasting taxi company Uber, and suggested that the likes of FanDuel and DraftKings will no longer be claiming to be just like the now much criticised company:

With the football season edging ever closer, the outright markets are starting to blossom everywhere. Guy Harding, Head of Commercial at Oddschecker shared the market for the top scorer for the upcoming season. It’s unsurprising to see Tottenham’s Harry Kane heading the market:

Finally, Betway has kept up its strong social media game. This time taking a jibe at former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski who didn’t have the best of years at The Emirates. He’s now off to Japan and the bookmaker pounced at the opportunity to poke some fun at the German:

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