Superbet enlists Betgenius as new in-play trading partner

first_img Betgenius expands virtual sports range with Kiron August 20, 2020 Related Articles Romania’s largest sportsbook operator, Superbet, has confirmed that it has signed a new multi-year deal with Betgenius which is set to become the operator’s new in-play trading partner.The long-term deal will see Betgenius offer its live-betting products to Superbet, covering a wide range of sports markets including football, basketball and volleyball, across both its online and retail platforms.Vlad Ardeleanu, General Manager Superbet Romania, praised the new partnership: “We are delighted to work with Betgenius as for Superbet’s business it is critical to work with the best possible partners. “Having the right technologies integrated into our final product is a key component for our overall growth strategy.”Through Betgenius’ new trading console, Superbet will be able to focus upon driving its profits through the customisation of sportsbook management features, ranging from fixtures and bet types offered to margin levels and suspension triggers.Matt Stephenson, Global Partnerships Director at Betgenius, added: “Investing in high quality, proven products is vital for an operator with the ambitious and exciting growth plans of SuperBet. “Our in-play trading service, which includes market-leading products for popular local sports like football, basketball, volleyball and handball, will no doubt play an important role in driving growth for SuperBet across their core Eastern European markets.”As it stands, Betgenius currently has partnerships with Romania’s top two operators – Superbet and Fortuna – and has been awarded a Class II supplier licence by the country’s regulator. StumbleUpon Share Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance  August 17, 2020 Submit Superbet doubles down on Lucky7’s challenger investment  July 27, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

Japan 5-0 in World Baseball Classic after beating Cuba

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error TOKYO — Tetsuto Yamada hit two home runs to lead Japan to an 8-5 win over Cuba in the World Baseball Classic on Tuesday.Pinch hitter Seiichi Uchikawa broke a 5-5 tie on a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning and Yamada made it 8-5 with a two-run shot to center field at Tokyo Dome.Yamada also hit a leadoff homer in the first inning.“I wasn’t pleased with my batting in the first four games,” Yamada said. “I was determined to do better today. I felt good in batting practice and felt this could be my day.” Japan, which finished third at the 2013 WBC, improved to 5-0 including first round games and will be looking to head to the semifinals in Los Angeles on a winning note.“We have some regrets from the last tournament,” Uchikawa said. “So we’ll be looking to win tomorrow’s game and go to the U.S. undefeated.”Even a win over the Dutch wouldn’t guarantee the Cubans a chance to move on. They will need to wait for the result of the Japan-Israel game.center_img Two-time champion Japan improved to 2-0 in Pool E and can advance to the March 20-22 championship round in Los Angeles with a win over Israel (1-1) on Wednesday. The top two teams in the group advance.The Netherlands (1-1) faces Cuba (0-2) in Wednesday’s other game.Cuba took a 4-2 lead in the fourth on Victor Mesa’s single to left. Japan tied it in the fifth on RBIs by Norichika Aoki and Yoshitomo Tsutsugo.Each team scored a run in the sixth.Tsutsugo also had a big game at the plate for Japan. His three hits in his first three at-bats included game-tying singles in the third and fifth innings.last_img read more

Child found wondering alone in Miramar neighborhood

first_imgAuthorities in Miramar are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the parents of a 2 or 3-year-old boy who was found wandering alone in a neighborhood.According to reports, the child was located near Southwest 68th Avenue and 18th Street on Sunday morning.A witness saw the boy wandering the streets, picked him up and called the police.Miramar Police along with Pembroke Pines Police went door-to-door in an effort to identify the child, his parents, or anyone who recognizes the child, however, they did not have any luck.As of Monday evening, the child remains in the custody of the Department of Children and Families.Officials say they have yet to identify the child nor has anyone come forward to claim him, however , they are now going through several tips they have received after posting the child’s photo. Authorities are urging anyone who recognizes the child or has any information on his parents to contact them at 954-602-4000.last_img read more