August 2021

GAN expands Italian presence with Goldbet

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Europe Southern Europe Italy Casino & games Email Address Content supplier now has deals with partners making up 45% of Italian market Topics: Casino & games Tech & innovation iGaming platform and content supplier GAN now services clients accounting for almost half of all online casino revenue generated in Italy after it launched with Goldbet.Sports betting and casino operator Goldbet has launched content from its new partner following a platform integration. Goldbet runs over 900 betting shops throughout Italy and also operates an iGaming offering, which holds a market share of around 3%.As a result of the agreement, GAN’s iGaming clients now account for around 45% of total gross gaming revenue generated in the country. The supplier already has deals in place with eight operators in the country, including high-profile brands such as Snaitech and Sisal. “GAN continues to win major clients in Italy by delivering an increasing number of high quality internet casino games to our Italian clients, carefully procured from independent casino game design studios worldwide as well as major land-based casino equipment manufacturers,” GAN chief executive Dermot Smurfit said. “GAN’s distribution reach now extends to nearly half of the regulated Italian internet casino gaming market.” In the first six months of the year, revenue from Italy at GAN amounted to £1.7m (€1.9m/$2.2m), just under 40% of total revenue in the period. The first half proved to be a mixed period for GAN, with overall revenue up 11%, but the supplier’s loss after tax widened to £2.9m. However, GAN last week was boosted by the news that client revenue was up 40% year-on-year to $26.7m in the third quarter, compared to $24m in Q2. Results were helped by the launch of its sports betting partner FanDuel in New Jersey, as well as the roll-out of online and simulated gaming for Atlantic City’s Ocean Resort Casino.Image: Marco Verch 26th November 2018 | By contenteditor GAN expands Italian presence with Goldbet Tags: Online Gambling Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

BetVictor to settle BetBright ante post bets

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Finance Tags: Online Gambling BetVictor to settle BetBright ante post bets Online gambling operator BetVictor has reached an agreement to reinstate and settle all ante post bets placed with now-shuttered BetBright. The Irish operator ceased operations earlier this month after its acquisition by 888 Holdings. Online gambling operator BetVictor has reached an agreement to reinstate and settle all ante post bets placed with now-closed BetBright.The Irish operator ceased operations earlier this month after its acquisition by 888 Holdings, and customers were left in limbo as to the status of their bets, with many airing their frustration on social media.However Rich Ricci, former executive chairman of BetBright, has come to an agreement whereby former BetBright customers that had ante post bet voided when the operator closed can choose to have these reinstated with BetVictor.Players have until April 4 to put forward their request and will be need to have a valid account with BetVictor. The offer does not apply to ante post bets placed on this month’s Cheltenham Festival.“I am pleased that with the help of BetVictor, ante post bets placed by BetBright customers can be honoured,” Ricci said.Matt Scarrott, director of sportsbook at BetVictor, added: “We’re happy to be supporting Rich to address this situation, enabling former BetBright punters to reinstate their ante post bets via our BetVictor betting platform – we’ll make the process as simple and frictionless as possible to provide customers with an enjoyable betting experience with us.”Earlier this month, 888 agreed to pay £15m (€17.4m/$19.5m) to purchase certain assets of Dedsert Limited, Dedsert Ireland Limited and its affiliates, which together operated as BetBright.At the time, 888 said the integration of the BetBright sportsbook into the group would give 888 complete ownership of its technology and product development across four key online betting verticals: casino, sports betting, poker and bingo.BetBright shut down its customer-facing site on March 5, less than 24 hours after the acquisition was agreed. Regions: UK & Ireland Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 29th March 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Finance Strategy Email Addresslast_img read more

Danish regulator begins video game gambling education effort

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Nordics Denmark Casino & games Tags: Video Gaming Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Video gaming AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Danish gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has launched a new initiative aimed at improving public knowledge of gambling linked to video games, namely skin betting and so-called loot boxes. Danish gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has launched a new initiative aimed at improving public knowledge of gambling linked to video games, namely skin betting and so-called loot boxes.Spillemyndigheden has seen an increase in the number of parents contacting the regulator over concerns related to skin betting and loot boxes, it said, with many that do get in touch having limited or no knowledge of such activities.Loot boxes offer random rewards and can be acquired by players either through gameplay or by spending real money, while skin betting allows gamers to use virtual items from the games as collateral for wagering. Spillemyndigheden has been particularly keen to crack down on skin betting over the past year, due to concerns that it may encourage underage gambling. In April it revealed it had successfully petitioned the country’s telecommunications providers to block access to 15 of these sites.The regulator will deliver free presentations to help boost awareness of skin betting and loot boxes and set out its own rules and regulations for such activities.It will focus on three key target groups: parents and other interested parties; children and adolescents under 18; and a combination of children and their parents. Sessions will take place at various locations such as school, sports club and esports association venues.“We would like to tell children and young people, as well as parents and other interested parties, about the framework and rules for skin betting and loot boxes,” Spillemyndigheden explained. “We pay special attention to when it comes to money games.”Image: Max Pixel 12th June 2019 | By contenteditor Danish regulator begins video game gambling education effortlast_img read more

GLMS files 64 suspicious activity reports in H1

first_img Topics: Sports betting Sports betting The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), the sports betting integrity body for the lottery industry, reported 64 matches to its partners in the first half of 2019 as a result of suspicious betting activity. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 12th July 2019 | By Daniel O’Boyle The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), the sports betting integrity body for the lottery industry, reported 64 matches to its partners in the first half of 2019 as a result of suspicious betting activity.In total GLMS sent out 432 alerts during the first six months of the year, the first stage in its reporting process. This suggests there is evidence suspicious activity based on betting patterns around a sporting event. The vast majority of these alerts (324) concerned football matches, and related to European events (312). Of the 432, 25 were red alerts, suggesting there were serious irregularities or allegations of match-fixing made by a named source. After alerts are sent out, if an investigation can uncover no explanation for the suspicious activity, GLMS then generates a report on that match. Of the 64 reports issued to June 2019, 35 concerned football matches, with 22 reported to the sport’s world governing body FIFA and 13 to its European equivalent UEFA.A further six events were reported to the International Olympic Committee, while two tennis matches were flagged to the Tennis Integrity Unit. An additional 38 events were reported to other sporting bodies, with certain events flagged for more than one partner.“We constantly make our best efforts to enhance all our Monitoring and Integrity services, including our education and prevention programmes and we are always available to effectively support members and partners with the development of ad hoc education and prevention tools in compliance with national regulatory and public needs,” GLMS President Ludovico Calvi said.Looking ahead to the second half of the year, Calvi pledged to continue GLMS’ efforts to uphold sporting integrity ” with renewed enthusiasm and passion”. GLMS files 64 suspicious activity reports in H1 Email Addresslast_img read more

European Casino Association unveils new board structure

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The European Casino Association (ECA) has announced a series of changes to its board, as well as naming the Czech Casino Association as its latest member.Approved at the ECA’s first General Assembly of the year, which was held at ICE London last week, the restructure will see a number of new individuals added to the ECA board.Bettina Glatz-Kremsner from Casinos Austria and Jari Heino from Veikkaus will join the board to represent Austria and Finland, respectively. Pascal Camia from Société des Bains de Mer – Monte Carlo was also named as vice chairman of the ECA.The restructure comes after the ECA last month confirmed that Dietmar Hoscher had resigned as vice-chairman, while Tracy Damestani also recently left her role as vice-chair. The new board structure will remain in place until at least the next general elections in February 2021.“The new board, approved by the Assembly, is now ready to work hard to promote the interests of our members and strengthen the voice of the European licensed land-based casino industry,” ECA chairman Per Jaldung said.Meanwhile, the ECA General Assembly last week also approved the membership application of the Czech Casino Association. The organisation operates on the basis of contributions from its members and has eight permanent and affiliated members operator.In addition, the ECA has awarded certifications based on its Responsible Gambling Framework to a number of its members.Certifications were awarded to Casino Société de Bains de Mer – Monte Carlo, Westdeutsche Spielbanken and Merkur Spielbanken Sachsen-Anhalt, both in Germany, while Grand Casino Beograd in Serbia renewed its certificate.“We are delighted our members commit to the responsible gambling framework, indicating a general willingness to multiply efforts in this direction,” Jaldung said “We now look forward to working together this year and strengthening the land-based casino industry even further.” Casino & games 13th February 2020 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresscenter_img The European Casino Association (ECA) has announced a series of changes to its board, as well as naming the Czech Casino Association as its latest member. European Casino Association unveils new board structure Topics: Casino & games People Strategy Regions: Europelast_img read more

Smarkets launches in Sweden

first_img Email Address 28th July 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Legal & compliance Regions: Europe Nordics Sweden Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Exchange operator Smarkets has launched in Sweden, having received a betting licence from the country’s Gaming Authority (Spelinspelktionen) in April.center_img Exchange operator Smarkets has launched in Sweden, having received a betting licence from the country’s Gaming Authority (Spelinspelktionen) in April.The operator will be the second licensed betting exchange in Sweden, following Betfair.For Smarkets, the launch is the second new market in as many months after rolling out its fixed-odds SBK sportsbook app in Colorado in June, having received a licence two months earlier. The business also has plans to launch in Indiana later this year. “We know that customers in Sweden have been eagerly anticipating us going live, so I’m very excited to launch the Smarkets exchange there,” Jason Trost, Smarkets founder and chief executive said.“I am confident that our market-leading prices and superior product will appeal to Swedish customers. The fact that we own our tech stack is one of the reasons we are able to offer the best pricing in the industry, and I’m really looking forward to growing our user base in Sweden.”Smarkets’ licence will last until April 2025 and covers the operator’s site.In total, 98 operators have become licensed since Sweden opened up its oline gambling market at the start of 2019.As well as holding licences in Sweden and Colorado, Smarkets has also been certified by the British Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Smarkets launches in Sweden Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

BHA forms steering group to assess Levy reform

first_imgHorse racing AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Saumarez-Smith said: “There have already been extensive discussions recently about the various options for reforming the Levy. Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Regulation Horse racing Email Address Major stakeholders from British horseracing have formed a steering group that will collaborate on a single set of proposals for reforming the Levy. “I am pleased that industry leaders have agreed on a united approach to government and the support this has had from trainers, breeders and racecourse groups,” BHA chair Annamarie Phelps said. “Now more than ever, racing needs to talk with one voice to government. “The Levy steering group has the full support of the representative bodies in racing and will now draw on the expertise of stakeholders across the industry, who will work with me and the BHA executive team to try and reach a united view of the industry on this crucial area of funding of the sport.” The steering group will also carry out a rapid assessment of Levy options as the government considers how best to help sports threatened by a further six months without spectators. The group will work closely with the BHA’s public affairs team, which led and coordinated the effort to extend the Levy to offshore betting. “It is vital that we work through the appropriate channels, recognising racing’s close relationship with the betting industry. Pursuing alternative routes risks dividing racing into competing factions.” Regions: UK & Irelandcenter_img The group is to be chaired by British Horseracing Authority (BHA) independent director Joe Saumarez-Smith. It will meet for the first time this week, to assess all the options for Levy reform in light of the impact of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and the expected economic downturn. Phelps added: “The Prime Minister promised that the Chancellor would prepare a package of support for sport. BHA forms steering group to assess Levy reform The steering group will also include representatives from both racecourses and horsemen, including acting Jockey Club chief executive Nevin Truesdale and Arena Racing Company CEO Martin Cruddace, and Charlie Parker and Philip Freedman, present and past chairs of The Horsemen’s Group. Will Lambe and Richard Wayman will be the BHA executive’s representatives. “We have sent government at their request a new assessment of the impact of COVID on the finances of racing, including the potential mitigating impact of reform to the Levy, and making clear that the return of the public to racecourses is essential. Further proposals on the Levy are now being developed, supported by Nick Rust and his team. The need for Levy reform was included in the BHA’s Racing Recovery Plan, which was published in August and laid out how the sport intends to work towards the resumption of full racing activity in front of spectators. In early September, the UK pilot events that allowed small numbers of fans to attend racing and other sporting fixtures was abandoned. 7th October 2020 | By Aaron Noy “Both I and other BHA board colleagues have been having constructive conversations with industry colleagues over the past few weeks. As a governing body, it is vital we listen to the views of those whose livelihoods are dependent on a prosperous and sustainable industry.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

Flutter raises expectations amid 30% revenue growth in Q3

first_imgIn addition, Flutter said over half of the margin reduction reflected strategic investment ahead of the return of sports following the Covid-19 shutdown, as it focused on key promotions such as FanDuel’s ‘Spread the love’ campaigns and ‘Odds Boost’ offers. However, Paddy Power Betfair retail revenue slipped 1.3% to £74m, due to the impact of continuing novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions in place across the UK and Ireland. Some 97% of retail sites were open in the period due to the relaxation of measures, but local restrictions meant some shops had to close for at least part of the quarter. In a trading update, Flutter said total revenue for the three months through to 30 September amounted to £1.33bn (€1.49bn/$1.76bn), up from £1.04bn in the same period last year. Email Address Flutter raises expectations amid 30% revenue growth in Q3 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Analysing the performance of each of Flutter’s divisions, the core Paddy Power Betfair business saw overall revenue climb 9.0% year-on-year to £351m, with sports revenue up 5% and gaming revenue 31%. Flutter Entertainment raised its earnings guidance after it reported a 30% year-on-year pro forma increase in revenue for Q3, powered by growth within all of its divisions except of UK and Irish retail. In the US, Flutter said it anticipates generating more than $850m in net revenue due to better-than-expected new customer volumes, but associated investment means it now expects an EBITDA loss in the US of between £160m and 180m. “During the quarter we continued to expand our recreational customer base while bringing our businesses together.” “We are now a truly global business with significant scale,” Jackson said. “As such we are in a unique position to respond to the many opportunities we see across our growing markets. Flutter also used the trading update to highlight a number of key developments in the US in Q3, including that it acquired over 450,000 new customers across the country during the period, with FanDuel active sportsbook players doubling year-on-year. Switching attention to the PokerStars business and revenue was up by 5.0% to £262m, due to a 6% growth in gaming revenue and 3% rise in sports revenue, though this figure was well below Q2. Average daily gaming customers climbed 23%, with Flutter saying just over a third of players acquired or reactivated in Q2 continued to play on PokerStars’ casino and poker platforms. Regions: UK & Ireland US Australia Meanwhile, in Australia, revenue from the Sportsbet business rocketed 76% to £320m, making it Flutter’s second highest source of income behind Paddy Power Betfair. The operation is solely focused on sports betting, with Flutter yet to roll out gaming services in the country. In addition, the migration of BetEasy customers over to the Sportsbet platform in September, ahead of the key Spring Carnival period, had a major impact on revenue growth. To date, customers accounting for over 90% of BetEasy’s revenue in the 12 months prior to migration have engaged with Sportsbet. Q3 results 2020 SBG gaming revenue also hiked 27% in Q3 due to recreational customer growth, with Flutter saying average daily customers was up 44% year-on-year. Flutter also noted the Sky Vegas gaming platform is now integrated with PokerStars’ ‘Group Gaming Network’, which it said will increase the speed with which additional gaming content can be provided to customers. Retail gaming revenue was up 22%, though sports betting revenue fell 9%. 11th November 2020 | By Robert Fletcher Flutter highlighted a number of key developments in Australia, including an 86% increase in average daily customers during Q3, as well as a shift of players from retail to online as local lockdowns and other Covid-19 restrictions remained in place. Though poker revenue fell 10% and returned to pre-Covid-19 run-rates, this decline was more than offset by a stronger performance in casino, where revenue was up 32% year-on-year. In terms of new launches, FanDuel’s online sportsbook went live in Illinois, with the brand also moving into Tennessee after the quarter and launches in both Michigan and Virginia planned in the coming months. Sportsbook stakes hiked 155% to £1.25bn, with stakes in existing states more than doubling. Net revenue margin was down from 5.2% in Q3 of 2019 to 2.1%, due to increased investment in customer acquisition on the back of better-than-forecast new player engagement launched ahead of National Football League season. “Flutter’s performance in the third quarter exceeded our expectations in both sports and gaming,” Flutter chief executive Peter Jackson said. “Our strong trading continued as we grew market share in key regions while retaining our commitment to safer gambling practices. Elsewhere, revenue from the Sky Betting and Gaming (SBG) business increased by 26.2% to £231m. Sports revenue was up 26%, helped by a 6% increase in sportsbook stakes and good underlying customer activity during the quarter. Tags: Flutter Paddy Power Sportsbet Topics: Finance Online casino Q3 results 2020 Online sports betting Retail sports betting The operator also agreed new strategic media and marketing deals with Turner Sports and sports radio group Entercom, both of which were brokered through its FanDuel business. “Looking ahead, whilst the outlook with respect to Covid-19 remains uncertain, we are confident that our business is well positioned to capture further growth in a sustainable and responsible way.” Growth here was primarily due to the performance of online, where revenue was up 12.6% to £278m. This, Flutter said, was driven by a 51.0% rise in average daily customers, as well as the launch of its ‘Unified Gaming Experience’ which combines all casino content into single customer propositions for Paddy Power and Betfair customers. In terms of gaming, revenue increased to £62m after what Flutter described as “excellent customer engagement” in Q3, with average daily customers up more than five-fold. However, it was in the US where Flutter saw the most growth, with revenue here jumping 82% to £161m for the quarter. Sports revenue was up 36%, but gaming revenue rocketed by 299% year-on-year, with some 1.8m real-money active customers engaged across all of its platforms in the country. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Looking towards the rest of the year, Flutter said assuming normalised net revenue margins remain and there is no major disruption to sports calendars, group earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA), excluding the US, should be between £1.28bn and £1.35bn. This is higher than the original forecast of £1.18bn to £1.33bn.last_img read more

PandaScore hires Betgenius veteran Niner as head of sales

first_img15th April 2021 | By Conor Mulheir PandaScore said Niner’s knowledge and experience cover all gaming verticals, from sports to casino and beyond, and will play a significant role in driving growth by securing new client partnerships. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Niner holds previous experience at Betgenius, Marathonbet, Oulala Games, and was most recently at start-up platform provider Atlas IAC as commercial director. Regions: Europe France PandaScore hires Betgenius veteran Niner as head of sales AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Flavien Guillocheau, chief executive at PandaScore, said: “I would like to welcome Oliver to the team and look forward to working closely with him as we continue to position PandaScore as the number one esports data and odds provider for the global online gambling industry.” Topics: Esports People esports betting HR People movescenter_img Email Address Esports data and odds provider, PandaScore, has appointed Oliver Niner as its new head of sales. Tags: PandaScore “Oliver has the talent and the experience required to ensure operators are aware of our market-leading products and services and to manage them from signing on the dotted line to integrating and launching our data feeds and odds. This makes him a great addition to the team.” People Niner added: “I am incredibly excited to have joined PandaScore at what is a pivotal moment in the company’s journey. They have already assembled a great team and I am honoured to now join their ranks and to lead sales activity and growth.” The supplier said that he will build on his knowledge and experience to onboard new clients and partners, and establish a sustainable platform for growth and long-term success. He will also be responsible for building out the company’s sales team as part of its wider expansion plans.last_img read more

F1 Styrian GP Live : Hamilton brilliant in Qualifying, will the…

first_img Football TAGSF1 Race CalendarF1 Styrian GP LiveF1 Styrian GP Live StreamingFormula 1 Styrian GP LiveLewis Hamilton brilliant lap in Qualifying SHARE WTC Final IND vs NZ: Virat Kohli displays his dancing skills on the beats of Bharat Army’s Dhol; Watch video POSITIONTIME It’s on days like this, when rain creates tricky driving conditions, that the great drivers come to the fore – and as if we needed further reminding, Hamilton showed us why he is arguably the greatest driver in Formula 1 history with a scintillating lap at the Red Bull Ring to beat the heir to his throne Max Verstappen to pole by a staggering 1.2s for the Styrian Grand Prix. 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But will the magic continue on the Formula 1 Styrian Grand Prix RACE DAY ? Even before Saturday’s rain-hit delayed qualifying session, the six-time world champion had long staked his claim as one of the sport’s finest to ever race in the wet — and yesterday he delivered an absolute masterclass.It will be interesting to watch – how the magic unfolds on Styrian Grand Prix RACE DAY. Watch the battle LIVE @ 6.40 pm LIVE & Exclusive in the Indian Sub-Continent on Disney+ Hotstar 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes1:19.273 F1 Styrian GP Live : Hamilton brilliant in Qualifying, will the magic continue in race tonite ? Watch it Live Latest Sports News 4 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes1:20.701 YourBump15 Actors That Hollywood Banned For LifeYourBump|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily Funny|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPast Factory4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. 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And considering it was raining more, it makes me even happier knowing I went a little bit quicker.“It definitely takes me back to times like Silverstone 2008. When you are really at one with the car. The conditions are shifting. It’s a massive challenge. I am smiling under this mask – so, yeah, super-happy.” 5 Esteban Ocon Renault1:20.922 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twittercenter_img Cricket WTC Final Day 3 LIVE Score: Devon Conway smashes fifty; R Ashwin gets Latham- NZ 101/1 (46 ovs)- Follow Live Updates 2 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing1:20.489 WI vs SA 2nd Test Day 3 Live: Roach removes Markram in the first over; SA 20/1 (6 ov)- Follow Live Updates Football Cricket By Kunal Dhyani – July 12, 2020 Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales LIVE: Bernardeschi denied by the upright as Italy come close to doubling advantage; Follow Live Updates Cricket F1 Styrian GP Live : Hamilton weaved magic on Saturday in Qualifying Hamilton finished a staggering 1.2 seconds faster than Verstappen, with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz third. Valtteri Bottas, in the same machinery as Hamilton, was 1.5 sec behind his team-mate in fourth. Throughout his career, Hamilton has generally excelled in wet conditions. His victory at the 2008 British Grand Prix, in which he finished a minute clear of the field and was at times lapping five seconds faster than anyone else, has gone down in the annals as one of the greatest drives in history. Cricket Formula 1 Qualifying Results & Grid Positions for the RACE DAY Live Tonite @ 6.30 PMQualifying results Previous articleLewis Hamilton wins the Styrian Grand PrixNext articleIPL 2020 : Without IPL 2020 and India cricket, fantasy sports industry staring at 40-45% revenue loss Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. WTC Final Live: Virat Kohli continues century drought as Kyle Jamieson wins IPL team rivalry Cricket Euro 2020, Switzerland vs Turkey LIVE: Shaqiri doubles Switzerland’s lead after Seferovic opener at HT; Follow Live Updates BCCI Apex Council Meet: BCCI to bid for 3 major global events in next tournament cycle starting from 2024; Check Cricket Facebook Twitter Sunday, 12th July 2020Main Race – Austria (Pirelli)6.40 PMlast_img read more