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  • Day 12 without sports: Virtual sports are better than no sports at all

    Whether we like it or not, Sunday may have given us a glimpse into the future of televised sports.CBS showed some classic March Madness games over the weekend to help viewers get their Basketball Jones, but as great as those games were

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  • Online sports betting: is it legal and how does it work?

    Sports betting doesn't have to be complex - keep reading to find out how widely available it is online and so easy to set up.

  • Gamblers raise stakes on creativity during sports shutdown

    by WorldTribune Staff, March 24, 2020 Bookies have never been accused of a lack of creativity, and they are proving that as the coronavirus outbreak has all but shut down sports in the United States. Bets can't be placed on who will pull off the biggest upset in the NCAA basketball tournament, how many three-pointers Steph Curry will hit in a given game, or who will have the low score at the Masters in April. Bookmakers are still offering sports-related bets — on...

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