StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Share EveryMatrix increases virtual sports offering via CasinoEngine March 19, 2020 Si14Bet: P2P betting is a driving force for the future June 26, 2020 Igor Vasilj: Making sure the price is still right for NSoft May 22, 2020 Share Metric Gaming has agreed a fresh partnership, that is to see the firm supply its golf pricing solution to digital entertainment and sports betting company BetBright.The sports betting technology, software and services organisation details that its service “offers operators the chance to differentiate themselves from rivals in an increasingly competitive market”.Giving customers access to a broad selection of in-play betting options across outrights and other 72, 18 and hole-by-hole markets, the service also enables golf fans to their expertise to the test across a variety of major PGA and European tour events throughout the year. Owen Duffy, Product Manager at BetBright, said: “We are delighted to have integrated Metric Gaming’s golf solution. We see Golf as an important element of our overall customer proposition and we look forward to a successful partnership with Metric in to the future.” Available on a standalone basis through the Metric modulus platform, the company’s proprietary golf and racing products provide “cost effective access to customisable products”.Accessible as either a fully managed or feed-out service, plans to launch a fully managed football product later this year were also detailed, which will encompass a create-a-bet solution.Jim Supple, Chief Operating Officer at Metric, said: “We are delighted to partner with another fast-growing and forward-thinking brand like BetBright. Metric’s cutting-edge Golf product will complement BetBright’s existing product range and support the impressive momentum the company has achieved to date.”This follows news earlier in the week that BetBright has entered into an agreement with Betradar, in a deal that sees the firm set to utilise its Managed Trading Services (MTS) division.Detailing that it is to engage in selective trading in key sports for the Dublin based operator, it was also noted that its fully managed outsourced trading solution offers various degrees of support, including fixtures to resulting, odds compilation and risk management.
KEEMSTAR’s Friday Fortnite is back on June 7 for some Week 2 action, and this week we’ll see Ninja teaming up with PewDiePie instead of his World Cup partner Reverse2k.If you missed Week 1, the tournament rules are pretty simple. Each pair of contestants will join a public squad game with their opponents. But even though they are squadmates, the duos are battling against one another to get as many eliminations as possible. This is in a best of two setting. Getting a Victory Royale essentially means nothing in this tournament. It’s all about getting elims. Friday Fortnite rulesPairs of competitors will join a squad match. The duo with the higher amount of kills after two matches advances. The higher seeded team hosts the first match, and then the lower-seeded team hosts the second match. Duos are not allowed to sabotage the other Duos.Examples of sabotage:Breaking or weakening opponent’s built or non built structures or cover by any means.Causing opponents to miss shots or miss opportunities for advancing their scores in any way shape or form.Building in front of your opponent.Boogie Bombing your opponent.The use of a boogie bomb on your opponent at any point in the game are subject to disqualificationYou should have everything you need to know about the event now. This continues on round to round until there are two duos remaining for the championship. There is also a losers bracket, and as you can see in the bracket below, the losers get to play the winners at the end of the tournament.You can read the full rules below.MORE: When is the Fortnite World Cup? Full schedule, prize money, how to qualifyFriday Fortnite Week 2 BracketWhen does Friday Fortnite Start?Date: Friday, June 7Time: 4 PM ET / 1 PM PTHow can I watch Friday Fortnite?UMG will be hosting the event above where you can watch all of the action at once.But if you just want to watch a specific streamer, they will likely be streaming on their personal channels. In Week 1, Ninja streamed on his own channel during the tournament. He’ll be doing so again in Week 2, so if you want to watch him and PewDiePie exclusively you can do so on his channel.
1 Tottenham are on the brink of signing another defender, so talkSPORT’s Transfer Spotlight has more on Mateo Musacchio, Villarreal fans’ Player of the Season…Name: Mateo Pablo MusacchioDate of birth: 26 August, 1990Birthplace: Rosario, ArgentinaPosition: Centre-backClub: VillarrealInternational appearances: Two Argentina capsWhat’s the latest?Last season Liverpool, Man United and Barcelona were all linked with Musacchio’s signature, but it appears Tottenham will be his next destination. The club are prepared to pay £17m for him and he will partner Jan Vertonghen, while Younes Kaboul will leave for Lazio. Manager Mauricio Pochettino has clearly targeted strengthening the back and Musacchio will be the third defender to arrive at the club following Ben Davies and Eric Dier’s transfer.Did you know?1) Born in Rosario, the same Argentinean city to produce Lionel Messi, Angel di Maria and Ezequiel Lavezzi, Musacchio joined River Plate’s youth academy at the age of nine. In the club’s 2006/07 season, he made his first team debut against Velez, becoming their youngest ever debutant at the age of 16 years, three months and 14 days old.2) Musacchio became a champion at River Plate before Villarreal snapped him up in August 2009, initially making him a part of their B team in the Spanish second division. After 17 games with the reserves, he was rewarded with his first team debut in February 2010 against Athletic Bilbao. He impressed enough to appear in Villarreal’s next three first team squads, playing on two occasions.3) In the 2010/11 season Musacchio was promoted permanently to Villarreal’s first team, and played 31 games in all competitions for them that year. His displays earned him a place in UEFA’s La Liga breakthrough team of 2010/11, alongside the likes of Ivan Rakitic, Antoine Griezmann, and Iker Muniain.4) As well as playing in his natural centre-back position, Musacchio can operate at right-back and defensive midfield. Last season he played 32 times in the heart of the Villarreal defence, making an average 2.4 tackles and showing his impressive reading of the game with 3.4 interceptions, while he is also admired in Spain for his pace and aerial ability.5) Musacchio has dual Italian and Argentinean nationality, but has always opted to play for the country of his birth. He was an U17 and U20 international with Argentina, and made his senior Argentina debut against Nigeria in June 2011. His performances in La Liga last season had many of his supporters calling out for their defender to be included in Argentina’s World Cup squad. His only goal of the campaign came in a 2-1 loss to Barcelona where his display saw his name linked with a move to the Catalans.What is being said?He says:“The quality and level of [Musacchio] will make it difficult to find a replacement.”– Villarreal manager MarcelinoVideo evidence(All stats correct as of 05/08/14)Is Musacchio the man to form a rock solid partnership with Vertonghen in the heart of the Tottenham defence? Tottenham transfer target Mateo Musacchio