Season opener with fans at Benton County Speedway Sunday, June 7

first_imgVINTON, Iowa – The 2020 point racing season will take the green flag this Sunday, June 7 at the Benton County Speedway, The Bullring. Under the direction of the Dripps family, the Speedway located on the Benton County Fairgrounds has undergone many improvements and upgrades. The track is in excellent condition and with all the time and effort put into enhancing the surface, the track is going to be very conducive to extremely exciting racing.   “We are really excited to welcome the fans to The Bullring this Sunday,” stated Rick Dripps, “Our goal is to provide an exciting, fast-paced show that will be run in a timely fashion “  Sunday night’s racing under the IMCA sanction will see racing in the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock divisions. center_img By Jerry Mackey  On Sunday, the warmup session will get underway at 4:30 p.m. with the first race scheduled to go green at 5 p.m.last_img read more

Metric Gaming boosts US product capacity with Sports IQ odds

first_img tweet Metric Gaming launches InAndOutBet sportsbook January 20, 2020 Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon Bet.Works agrees new partnership with Sports IQ August 5, 2020 SvenPlay confirms Metric Gaming sportsbook extension February 20, 2020 Share Martin de Knijff – Metric GamingMetric Gaming has entered a strategic partnership with US sports odds compiler Sports IQ to build and launch a full suite of next generation US sports betting products.Updating stakeholders, Metric Gaming and Sports IQ will team-up to develop a one-stop solution for the major US pro-leagues (NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL), delivering an optimal ‘simple price feed’ for US wagering incumbents.Partnership frameworks will see Metric combine its sportsbook development capacity with Sports IQ’s deep data proprietary modelling technology providing robust pricing and superior product features tailored for US sports audiences.Collaborating with Sports IQ, Metric Gaming management will seek to display new wagering provisions in Q1 of next year.Martin de Knijff, CEO at Metric Gaming, said: “We are delighted to partner with a company of Sports IQ’s calibre. The two businesses have similar DNA; we’re both committed to working at the sharpest end of the industry, competing on quality and winning in the right way. These products will represent a sharp improvement on the current quality benchmark of US Sports products available, particularly for the nascent US market.”Omer Dor, Co-Founder at Sports IQ, added: “We believe there is a new standard of expectation from suppliers to deliver innovative, reliable and best-in-class products. We are delighted to be working with an exciting company like Metric Gaming as they match our aspirations, and we recognize their huge potential to further disrupt the B2B sport betting market in Europe, the US, and beyond. We look forward to their new and existing clients benefiting from the Sports IQ suite of products.”last_img read more

DeMarcus Cousins injury update: Warriors center ‘day-to-day’ after MRI on ankle

first_img Giannis Antetokounmpo dunks on Ben Simmons, calls him ‘baby;’ Simmons immediately dunks back  Cousins’ foot has been sore and he left Saturday’s 110-88 win over the Thunder in the fourth quarter. He was initially listed with a sore right ankle. With Cousins’ injury, the Warriors have shifted their plans for center Andrew Bogut’s return. He will now join Golden State in San Antonio and make his season debut Monday. The initial plan was for Bogut to stay in the Bay Area and debut against the Pacers at home Thursday due to the amount of travel he has done in recent weeks. Related News Additionally, Golden State is expected to get star forward Kevin Durant back Monday after he’s missed the last week due to a right ankle injury.The Warriors hold a 47-21 record and are sitting atop of the Western Conference, one game ahead of the Nuggets. DeMarcus Cousins avoided a serious injury but is not quite ready to return to Golden State’s lineup. An MRI on the Warriors center’s right ankle came back clean, the team announced. He is out of Monday’s game against the Spurs and will be day-to-day going forward. last_img read more