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  • BookMaker.eu There’s a lot more soccer on the table this week as leagues in several different countries are back in action. That will give bettors more options to keep them busy in the middle of the week, and there is a veritable cornucopia of choices on Friday. Esports bettors will have reason to rejoice too as top tier League of Legends is back with China and Korea competing for the Mid-Season Cup. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu More soccer is on the slate this week. Hungary and the Czech Republic will see their teams return to the pitch, while teams in Germany, Costa Rica, and South Korea are happy to be playing once more. Other European leagues are slated to restart next week, giving sports fans the rarity of domestic soccer in the summer. That came at the expense of the Euros and other regional tournaments, but when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu Sports fans were thrilled to watch NASCAR and Bundesliga this weekend. Two sports that typically only have fringe popularity in the United States were fully in the spotlight, and they made the most of their situation. FOX was the beneficiary with the rights to both sports, and they were able to fill their slate with live sports for the first time in months. More European leagues are returning to the pitch over the next couple weeks, so we will see plenty more soccer soon.... 

  • BookMaker.eu After nearly two months without sports, there is now a chance that we have a cornucopia of new sporting options in the summer. The Bundesliga and NASCAR are back in action this week, and there is a good chance that we see the NBA return in June. The MLB is preparing for a June start, and soccer leagues in other countries are aiming to return in late May and early June. That will give sports fans real choices after the slate was barren from late March to early May. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu More sports are returning to action this weekend, and the midweek slate is offering more than just Esports now. Korean baseball returned to the field last Monday, and the UFC is thrilling fans after millions tuned in to watch UFC 249 on Saturday night. The return of Bundesliga and NASCAR this weekend has some fans over the moon, and it appears that baseball and golf will be back in June.... 

  • BookMaker.eu More sports are upon us, giving sports fans something to do other than aimlessly peruse Netflix. South Korean baseball and soccer are back in action, and NASCAR is set to start next weekend. One of the biggest soccer leagues in the world is set to resume play next weekend too when the Bundesliga starts on May 16, and there are rumors that baseball could return in June. That would be a welcome sight after sports took a back seat to public health concerns in the last two months. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu This week will see the return of a few more sports as Korea’s K-League, golf, and UFC are back in action. That will help give us something to cheer for after the League of Legends’ Spring Split has ended in almost every region, and Nicaragua’s Primera Division winner will be decided this week too. With NASCAR and the PGA Tour slated to return later this month, there is light at the end of the tunnel for sports fans.... 

  • BookMaker.eu Traditional sports are inching closer to a return as more states are deciding to open back up for business. NASCAR has announced that it will return to the track on May 17 at Darlington Raceway, and the Cup Series will hold four races over the span of 11 days. UFC will hold three events in Jacksonville, Florida between May 9 and May 16, and we will have a major horse racing event this week too. The four major sports have yet to announce concrete plans to return, but there is some optimism that we will have those sports back soon. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu There are multiple finals scheduled for this weekend. The LPL China Spring Split Finals will take place with Top Esports advancing to the final round for the first time in their history, and the Nicaragua Primera Division Finals will be set after the second leg of the semifinals this Wednesday. That gives sports fans something to watch while being stuck at home without the regular slate of sports to keep us occupied, and there is hope that sports will come back in some form this season with the NBA and MLB taking baby steps forward. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu The NFL Draft drew huge numbers on Thursday night as sports fans starved for anything sports related tuned in throughout the broadcast. It was a little strange to see the virtual format, but the event largely went off without issue and thrilled NFL fans that are already geared up for next season. The 2020 NFL Draft will conclude on Saturday evening, and it could be the most watched event on network television this weekend. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu The Nicaraguan Primera Liga has come to a close, depriving us of one of the few soccer leagues still in action. Fortunately, they are still playing soccer in Belarus and Taiwan though, and two central Asian countries are also back on the pitch too. We have soccer in Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, giving traditional sports fans something to cheer for in addition to the usual slate of Esports. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu The League of Legends Spring Split is wrapping up in Europe and North America this weekend, and the regular season has finished in Korea and will finish in China by Monday. That will leave Esports fans feeling almost as empty as fans of traditional sports. However, many of those fans have the benefit of simply turning to CS:GO, DotA 2, or Rocket League to pass the time. We’ll cover those Esports more in this space next week. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu The usual suspects of Belarus, Nicaragua, and Taiwan continue to offer traditional sports, but the Esports schedule dwarves every other traditional sport. There is CS:GO, Dota2, League of Legends, and Rocket League to bet on this weekend, so get in on the action today! ... 

  • BookMaker.eu We are still at least a month away from mainstream sports returning, but we have our now familiar standbys to keep us company in the meantime. Belarus, Nicaragua, and now Taiwan are all playing soccer, but the main attraction is Esports. Esports are having their moment in the sun, and this weekend, the Worldwide Leader will be airing the League of Legends LCS Semifinals on ESPN2 and the NBA 2K Players Tournament on ESPN. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu Russia, Belarus, Nicaragua, and Taiwan continue to have some traditional sports offerings, but the real action is in Esports. NASCAR’s iRacing has been growing in popularity, Madden 20 tournaments have been popping up with regularity, and an NBA2K Players Tournament was all over ESPN over the weekend. In addition to those games, there is still plenty of action in CS:GO and League of Legends to keep us all occupied while we’re stuck at home these coming weeks. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu After a few weeks in the wilderness, we are starting to see a couple rays of light at the end of the tunnel in the sporting world. UEFA has informed domestic leagues across Europe that play could resume in July, and other leagues are becoming a little more optimistic that they will finish their seasons. That will be especially cathartic for long-suffering Liverpool fans desperate to see their favorite club finally win a Premier League title, and we have traditional sports in smaller countries and Esports to hold us over until that point. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu The number of countries still playing sports continues to dwindle. Australia postponed its soccer, rugby, and AFL seasons last week, meaning that traditional sports are taking place in just three countries. Belarus’ leader Alexander Lukashenko has insisted that the country will proceed as normal during the coronavirus epidemic, so the country’s hockey and soccer leagues are continuing as normal. Nicaragua’s soccer league continues to play games, and Taiwan’s basketball league is back in action. China and Korea are expected to cautiously bring sports back in April, giving sports fans more options, but the main attraction continues to be Esports. Most Esports leagues are back in full swing, and the playoffs are set to start in both the LEC and LCS this weekend. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu If you’re a fan of traditional sports, the last week has been especially tough on you. Virtually every basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball league in the world has shut down, leaving all sports fans feeling incredibly empty inside. However, while physical sports have been sidelined, Esports have given us some respite. League of Legends, CS:GO, and NASCAR iRacing are some of the Esports keeping us occupied in these difficult times, and you can bet on all of them at BookMaker. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu If you’re a fan of traditional sports, the last week has been especially tough on you. Virtually every basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball league in the world has shut down, leaving all sports fans feeling incredibly empty inside. That has left a massive hole in the way we unwind over the weekend, but there are still a few sports left to watch and wager on this weekend. The land Down Under has rugby and soccer to keep us entertained, and the Esports scene is still strong with all competitions simply being moved online. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu If you’re a fan of traditional sports, the last week has been especially tough on you. Virtually every basketball, hockey, soccer, and baseball league in the world has shut down, leaving all sports fans feeling incredibly empty inside. That has left a massive hole in the way we unwind over the weekend, but there are still a few sports left to watch and wager on this weekend. The land Down Under has rugby and soccer to keep us entertained, and the Esports scene is still strong with all competitions simply being moved online. ... 

  • BookMaker.eu We’re in uncharted territory now. Almost every major sports league has shut down to prevent the spread of COVID-19, leaving sports junkies little to watch while we are practicing social distancing. That has turned active sports or sport-like substances that would typically barely register a blip on the radar into tentpole events for those of us that are craving some competition. ... 

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