Regions: Europe Malta-based Max Entertainment has joined forces with esports betting brand GGBet to launch a new online gambling site focused on the European region. Max Ent and GGBet target Europe with new esports betting site Tags: Online Gambling Esports 30th July 2019 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Esports Sports betting Tech & innovation Malta-based Max Entertainment has joined forces with esports betting brand GGBet to launch a new online gambling site focused on the European region.GGBet.com will enable consumers across Europe to place bets on esports events around the world, including next month’s CS:GO Majors and DOTA 2 tournament The International.Payments on the site will be processed through SafeCharge, while the customer services team will be based outside of Max Entertainment’s native Malta market.The site will run under Max Entertainment’s Malta licence.“Interest in esports continues to increase each year, and the growth of GGBET is both to be expected and a noteworthy benefit to European enthusiasts looking for a safe, reliable site to use which is one of the pioneering platforms in esports betting,” MaxEnt said.The GGBet global brand launched in August 2016 and offers odds on a total of 14 esports games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2 and NBA2K18. Users also benefit from integrated real-time streaming functionality for certain esports events. Email Address
Regions: Russia Sweden Given its active rosters across several esports titles, Gambit said it understood that some fans might want to follow specific rosters or games, and therefore partnered with Abios to create a detailed match calendar detailing all of its upcoming matches and tournaments, divided by title. The calendar is powered by Abios’ Rest API, using normalised data from each title. Alongside the calendar, Gambit also uses Abios data and statistics to create content for its Twitter, Instagram and Facebook profiles. Abios announces data partnership with Gambit Esports Email Address Earlier this year, Abios explained to iGaming Business how providing access to fast, reliable and accurate data can revolutionise the esports betting market, as part of the ICE 365 content series. “Our goal is to provide unique content and this partnership should ensure that our fans are more involved with what’s happening with the team,” said Nikita Koroteev, head of media at Gambit Esports. The calendar gives fans results from past matches as well as a clear schedule of upcoming matches, which Gambit said made it easier for fans to follow all the rosters in the team. Tags: Abios The team said it had teamed up with Abios to get the esports data needed to create additional value for engaging its fans on social media. All of this content increases engagement and adds value for fans, the team said. “Our journey together has only begun and we look forward to seeing which other verticals we can explore to create an even better experience for the esports fans and supporters through engaging data-driven content.” Esports Gambit Esports, a Russian professional esports team with several competitive rosters in titles such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), Valorant, Dota 2 and Apex Legends, has announced a partnership with esports data supplier Abios. 20th May 2021 | By Conor Mulheir Topics: Esports Marketing & affiliates Content marketing Social media marketing “Integration with a great and comfortable API went smoothly due to Abios’ willingness to help.” Jacob Howard, key account manager for Abios, added: ”Abios is happy to support Gambit Esports with anything necessary in their quest to create additional value for their esports fans.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter It said that the granularity of esports data makes for interesting facts that work well on social media, such as information about which player has thrown the most flash grenades during a CS:GO match, or which player has killed the most enemies with a particular weapon in Valorant.
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Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2012 interim results for the half year.For more information about Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Limuru Tea PLC (LIMT.ke) 2012 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileLimuru Tea PLC (formerly Limuru Tea Company Limited) owns 275 hectares of tea plantations situated four kilometres to the east of Limuru Town. The Company is an outgrower to Unilever Tea Kenya Limited (UTKL), the largest private sector tea company in Kenya. UTKL acts as the Limuru Tea Company’s managing agent in the growing, manufacturing, sales and marketing of its tea. The Limuru Tea estate green leaf is manufactured in the nearby UTKL’s Mabroukie factory from where it is sold mainly for export. Limuru Tea PLC is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
Neimeth International Pharmaceutical Plc (NEIMET.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the half year.For more information about Neimeth International Pharmaceutical Plc (NEIMET.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Neimeth International Pharmaceutical Plc (NEIMET.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Neimeth International Pharmaceutical Plc (NEIMET.ng) 2014 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileNeimeth International Pharmaceuticals Plc manufactures and markets a range of Pfizer pharmaceutical and animal health products in Nigeria. The company has one of the most modern pharmaceutical manufacturing plants in West Africa located in Oregun, Lagos. Products in its ethical range include the flagship product CIKLAVIT for the treatment of sickle disease; and Normoretic, Flexodene and Tiocosid. Products in its consumer range include well-known brands such as NCP, Pyrantin, Obron-6, Homtamin G and Pancemol. Products in its animal health care and veterinary range treatments for diseases in poultry and cattle. Neimeth International Pharmaceuticals has business interests in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Gambia. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Neimeth International Pharmaceuticals Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news regarding the Pro14. Take a look at our 14 players to watch in the Guinness Pro 14 here. LEINSTERWith 83, Leinster scored more tries than any other team in the Pro14 regular season. Then their backs coach, Girvan Dempsey, left for Bath. So all eyes will be on ex-fly-half Felipe Contepomi, who has returned to Dublin to join the coaching team, to see if he can maintain their standards in attack – and take them to a higher level.MUNSTERWhile lock Tadhg Beirne comes in with the promise of turnovers to come, it is exciting young Ireland fly-half Joey Carbery who will garner the most attention. It’s his time to shine, away from the RDS.OSPREYSAdam Beard had a breakthrough summer tour with Wales, where he showed ball-carrying prowess, a hunger in defence and set-piece solidity. It could be the springboard to him starting regularly.SCARLETSSam Hidalgo-Clyne went off the boil in Scotland in recent seasons and will hope a move to West Wales has the same rejuvenating effects as it did on John Barclay. Gareth Davies is first-choice nine but this Scot will be sure to make an impact from the bench.SOUTHERN KINGSIn some very trying circumstances last season, lock Bobby de Wee was a binding force and a fulcrum point as the pressure came on. He and flank Tienie Burger are hard-working young men you will spot again and again.ULSTERMany want to see Jordi Murphy as the out-and-out, run-hungry No 8 for this province, then there’s the continued rise of the lethal Jacob Stockdale on the wing. However, the instalment of Billy Burns at ten will be the most fascinating aspect. Can he get this side firing and playing with a nice rhythm?ZEBREIf there was one bright spot from a dismal Six Nations for Italy, it was the joyful broken-field running of Matteo Minozzi, who crossed the whitewash four times in five games. Just 22, the hot-stepping full-back is full of enterprising play. Guinness Pro14 Players To WatchWhich players should you be keeping an eye on this upcoming Guinness Pro14 season? We take a look at one player for each team in this piece.BENETTONHe scored eight tries in his 11 Pro14 appearances last season, including a hat-trick against Scarlets, so expect to see more of 23-year-old wing Monty Ioane this term. If he doesn’t touch down himself when making breaks and beating defenders (he appeared in the top charts for these stats despite playing in only half the games), he can help set up chances for others.CARDIFF BLUESWhen Tom James took a break from the game, many feared a dearth of power on the wing, but Owen Lane, a 20-year-old from Rhiwbina, filled the void with six tries in 19 games. A 13 by inclination, Lane has the pace and near 16st frame to excel out wide.CHEETAHSScrum-half Rudy Paige will be motivated to prove John Mitchell wrong after being cast into the wilderness by the Bulls coach. With sharp service and masses of Super Rugby experience, the scrum-half should prove a calming influence on an exciting back-line.CONNACHT Bundee Aki is the star attraction but fellow centre Thomas Farrell also caught the eye last term. He topped the Pro14 charts for most carries (217) and offloads (43 – 14 more than Charles Piutau) while he was fourth in the list of defenders beaten, too, with 55. Connacht need more of the same from him.Related: 2018-19 Guinness Pro 14 FixturesDRAGONSHooker Elliot Dee seems to have already announced himself on the Pro14 scene in a big way, but there is some huge buzz building for a front-row buddy of his. Much is expected of tighthead Leon Brown in the near future. Now capped, he is described as an athlete with freakish strength who could become a Test titan.EDINBURGHSimon Hickey, brought in at No 10 from Bordeaux having previously played for the Blues in Auckland, is an exciting capture. Edinburgh have been without a commanding fly-half for a while and the word on Hickey is he could be the answer to what has been a problem position for the club. If Hickey is the real deal, they’re in business.GLASGOW WARRIORSWith Russell gone and Pete Horne likely to be part of Gregor Townsend’s international squad, this could be a big season for Adam Hastings. The 21-year-old fly-half was capped for the first time on Scotland’s summer tour and was excellent in the demolition of the Pumas in Resistencia.
2019 Rugby World Cup: Wales 29-17 FijiHead-to-headPlayed – 12Wales wins – 10Fiji wins – 1Draws – 1Did You Know?Alun Wyn Jones won his 140th cap (Wales and Lions Test appearances) against Fiji, so overtook George Gregan to move into fourth in the all-time most-capped player list. He is now one behind Brian O’Driscoll, two behind Sergio Parisse and eight behind Richie McCaw.Wales have never lost a Rugby World Cup pool match when leading at half-time.Wales have now scored six hat-tricks in World Cups: Ieuan Evans 4 v Canada (87); Glen Webbe 3 v Tonga (87); Gareth Thomas 3 v Japan (95); Scott Williams 3 v Namibia (11); Cory Allen 3 v Uruguay (15); Josh Adams 3 v Fiji (19).Related: Rugby World Cup FixturesIn A NutshellA penalty try, a hat-trick, four yellow cards – there was plenty going on in this match.Fiji were electric at times, with Semi Radradra at his elusive best, but Wales managed to hold off the waves of attackers in white in the second half to book their place in the quarter-finals. It’s now a case of whether they can top Pool D – next up it’s Uruguay on Sunday.Warren Gatland had talked pre-match about how well Wales had been starting matches at this World Cup, but it was the opposite here. They seemed to sit back in defence and give Fiji space, allowing the islanders to rack up a ten-point lead in as many minutes.Josua Tuisova kicked things off by barrelling his way through three Wales defenders – Josh Adams, Dan Biggar and Josh Navidi – to score in the corner. Then a few minutes later Fiji attacked down the right-hand side again and Kini Murimurivalu contorted his body into various angles to ground the ball on the line despite being faced with a number of Welsh defenders.There was plenty happening in between those two scores too. First Navidi was sent over the line by a George North pass but the try was ruled out by the TMO for an earlier Hadleigh Parkes knock-on. Then Ken Owens was sent to the sin-bin for a dangerous tackle on Viliame Mata – had the Fiji No 8 not landed on his back it could have been red.Wales managed to take a little more control of the game and when Tevita Cavubati was yellow-carded for a shoulder charge at a ruck, they scored a try from the resulting penalty. Dan Biggar found touch in the Fiji 22, they worked through the phases from the lineout and then Biggar’s cross-field kick was plucked from the air by Adams to score in the corner.Showing their colours: Fans at the Wales v Fiji game in Oita (Getty Images)They used their one-man advantage to put on pressure up front by opting for scrums from a series of penalties and not long after Cavubati had returned, Semi Kunatani was sent to take his place in the sin-bin for an offside offence.Wales attacked again from their scrum platform, using a set move from the base to make ground before spreading the ball wide. Quick hands between Biggar-Liam Williams-Jonathan Davies-Adams and the wing was over for his second. With Biggar’s conversions they were leading 14-10.Fiji showed more flashes of their attacking threats before the break but Wales weathered the storm. Could they do the same in the second period?Pure power: Josua Tuisova charges over for a try in the opening minutes (Getty Images)The second half started similarly to the first with Fiji in the ascendency. Radradra became more prominent, continually making ground with ball in hand, and when James Davies was sin-binned for slowing the ball down after one such break, Fiji capitalised from the ensuing penalty.Having found touch five metres out, Cavubati won the lineout at the back, their drive kicked into gear fast and referee Jerome Garces awarded a penalty try for Wales collapsing the maul.Soon after came a nasty aerial collision between Liam Williams and Biggar. A miscommunication saw them both leap for the ball and the fly-half came off worse. Rhys Patchell arrived in his place and kicked a long-range penalty to level the scores with 20 minutes to go. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Over time: Josh Adams scores Wales’ first try (Getty Images) Then Wales showed some flair of their own. Jonathan Davies powered through the Fiji defensive line and somehow offloaded in a tackle close to the line to find Adams. The wing managed to stay in the air long enough as he dived for the corner to ground the ball before going into touch.Bonus time: Liam Williams scores the fourth try (Getty Images)Adams was involved again as Wales secured the bonus point. After his initial run, he offloaded to Ross Moriarty then Gareth Davies took the ball on before passing to Liam Williams inside him and the full-back scored under the posts.Job done, quarter-final place secured and expect to see a few changes to the Wales line-up for Sunday’s match against Uruguay.Related: Rugby World Cup TV CoverageStar ManSemi Radradra was superb again but purely because we gave him the award after Fiji’s match against Georgia, we’ve opted for Josh Adams. He had a torrid first ten minutes, not only being bowled over as Fiji ran in those early tries but knocking the ball on when he could have had a clear run down the wing. Yet he recovered to score a hat-trick and troubled the Fijian defence whenever he had ball in hand. There were a couple of other occasions he crossed the line only for the try to be ruled out by the TMO and he played a part in setting up the bonus-point score for Liam Williams. TAGS: Fiji Wales book their quarter-final place with a bonus-point win over Fiji The ReactionWales coach Warren Gatland: “We knew Fiji would be tough. They’ve got some absolutely world-class athletes and we were disappointed to concede a penalty from the start of the game and they scored off that.“To be 10-0 down and finish with a bonus-point win, I thought we showed some great character as a side, particularly given how hard and physical it was. We got ourselves back into the game and finished strongly.Fiji coach John McKee: “We came here with high aspirations and did want to get to the play-offs. We’ve not achieved that, which is disappointing, but having said that the World Cup is a competitive environment and it’s very difficult to get out of the pool phase for any team.“For me, the team can come away with their heads held high after that performance today. It’s pleasing to get the opportunity on the world stage to show what this team is capable of.”The TeamsWales: Liam Williams; George North, Jonathan Davies (Owen Watkin 63), Hadleigh Parkes, Josh Adams (Tomos Williams 71); Dan Biggar (Rhys Patchell 56), Gareth Davies; Wyn Jones (Rhys Carre 71), Ken Owens (Elliot Dee 67), Tomas Francis (Dillon Lewis 71), Jake Ball (Aaron Shingler 71), Alun Wyn Jones (captain), Josh Navidi, James Davies (Elliot Dee 12-18, Aaron Wainwright 68), Ross Moriarty.Tries: Adams 18, 31, 61, L Williams 70. Cons: Biggar 2, Patchell. Pen: Patchell.Yellow card: Owens 8min, James Davies 53min.Fiji: Kini Murimurivalu; Josua Tuisova, Waisea Nayacalevu, Levani Botia (Jale Vatubua 32), Semi Radradra; Ben Volavola, Frank Lomani (Nikola Matawalu 67); Campese Ma’afu (Eroni Mawi h-t), Samuel Matavesi (Mesulame Dolokoto 71), Manasa Saulo (Peni Ravai 52), Tevita Cavubati (Api Ratuniyarawa 64), Leone Nakarawa, Dominiko Waqaniburotu (captain), Semi Kunatani, Viliame Mata (Peceli Yato 62).Tries: Tuisova 4, Murimurivalu 9, penalty 54.Yellow card: Cavubati 16min, Kunatani 29min.Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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Tomorrow night and through Wednesday, things will be interesting along and south of I-64. The snow map at right shows the heavy snows down in KY…but we will continue to watch for accumulations in counties north of the river, and especially along the river.Bitter cold air in behind the front. New model information shows temps in northern parts of the state may have trouble breaking the teens on Thursday…normal highs are in the mid 40s. But…if we can get through this cold push, temps moderate to near normal over the weekend. A sloppy mess works through the state this morning with a chance of rain, ice and snow, or all three depending on where you are at. Rain and all rain will mostly fall today south of I-70. Temps will stay warm enough there to keep liquid top of mind. From central Indiana up into the northern part of the state, we have to have a concern about ice this morning and over the far northern part of the state (still thinking north of US 30 we will see snow that changes to ice. The frozen precipitation will transition to light rain by early afternoon. In terms of totals, we look for a coating to 2 inches of snow from US 30 northward, a coating to a tenth of an inch of ice from US 30 to i-70. And then a few hundredths of an inch of rain south of 70. By Hoosier Ag Today – Mar 3, 2015 SHARE Previous articleGrowth Energy Holds 6th Leadership ConferenceNext articleMorning Outlook Hoosier Ag Today BEYOND INDIANA:CORN WeatherGood moisture over the northern half of Argentina here through Wednesday afternoon. Then we see drier air move in to finish the week and for this weekend as high pressure is in control. The drier pattern still looks to hold next week too. Temps nearly normal. Scattered showers and storms now through the end of the week, then a cold front pushes north through the region from Rio Grande do Sul up into Sao Paulo this weekend into early next week. The front looks similar to yesterday’s model runs, with 1-2 inch rain totals, and a few isolated 3” spots. Today is the day in the US Corn Belt, as light moisture moves across the northern part of the Corn Belt. Heavy moisture and snow hits areas south of the belt in the coming 36 hours…but most corn belt areas will be seeing under 2 tenths of an inch of actual moisture. We will see liquid end as rain over most of the Corn Belt as temps warm briefly this afternoon. Bitter cold air in for the rest of the week, but temps moderate this weekend. Dry weather holds through most of next week too. A big push in temps to above normal levels for the 11th-17th will lull some into thinking that the cold winter is over…but we look for a cold and stormy period to finish the month and that will try to continue into early April. SOYBEAN WeatherNo major changes here. Scattered rain action fills in more and more over Brazil in the days ahead as we finish the week. We still have a front working into eastern parts of the soy belt, mainly into Goias and Minas Gerais. 10 day rain totals still show at least 1-3” over all Brazil crop areas and that will keep harvest delays at the forefront of our minds. WHEAT Weather Dry and cold initially over the HRW belt through Thursday. Then dry and warmer the rest of the 2 week period. In fact, temps go above normal for most of next week. Colder air reasserts itself around the 18th-19th. Heavy snow potential comes into southern SRW areas from tomorrow night through Thursday. Snow totals could be substantial. Farther north, a little bit of moisture today, but in general, then dry and cold for the rest of the week, with moderating temps this weekend and next week. Models continue to show 2 fronts passing over Ukraine and FSU areas through the next 10 days Moisture totals can be up to half an inch in Ukraine, but under a quarter of an inch over the rest of western Russia. Temps above normal through Thursday, then slightly cooler air is still on track to work in over the Volga region and western Kazakhstan late this week and weekend. SHARE Midweek next week through early the week following we will see temps normal to above normal over the entire state. This will be a head fake, with a colder push from the 20th through the end of the month and likely through the first third of April as well. Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 3/3/2015 Facebook Twitter Home News Feed Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 3/3/2015 Facebook Twitter