Bovada Online Sports Betting
Miraculous as it may seem in the face of the USDOJ’s hostility towards the offshore sports betting industry, Bovada promises to carry the baton for the Bodog.eu brand, formerly the legendary Bovada.com. For all existing sports betters, casino aficionados, poker players and horse punters at Bodog, Bovada will be their new home, via a seamless transition throughout the day.
As of the 1st of January, expect to see a new brand ruling more than just the sports punting scene on the web in the US, but also the casino realm. Built on what was formerly the RTG (Real Time Gaming) casino software platform, Bovada currently runs its own proprietary software which its used to launch dozens of new slots and table games. This will ALL be featured in the brand new Bovada casino, so we highly recommend a quick visit!
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Category : Sports Betting News
The 2019 NFL regular season already looks like it'll be a dramatic affair. The reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots enter as odds-on favorites, but the league's pecking order is fluid. The Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and so many others are knocking on the championship door. Should the Patriots actually be favorites? And what's the best MVP bet? Let's get into it now.
Daniel Cormier vs. Stipe Miocic II is a rematch everyone has been waiting on for more than a year—ever since Cormier beat Miocic last July. But they aren't the only big fight on UFC 241's dance card. Chief among the others: Anthony Pettis vs. Nate Diaz. Let's take a look at the latest odds and suss out the best bets across the board.
UFC 240 is going to be a busy affair, and it will all be centered around the much-anticipated battle between Max Holloway and Frankie Edgar. Though Holloway enters as the overwhelming favorite, some think Edgar stands a chance. Who should you bet on? We've got you covered for this fight, along with the other four most important bouts.
Just four players remain in the men's and women's championship brackets at Wimbledon. And not surprisingly, this exclusive field includes big name after big name. Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are all alive for the men, while Serena Williams and Simona Halep both remain for the women. Let's figure out where you should funnel your money.