Sports Betting News: Apple Launches First Sports App

Sports Beting News
Sports Betting News: Apple Launches First Sports App

Apple has launched a new app which allows users to check scores, statistics, results, betting odds and more across numerous sports competitions. 
The Apple Sports app will initially cover the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and various other major leagues and tournaments from around the world. 
Read on as we look at this exciting addition to the sports app scene, before assessing some of the other top stories from the sports betting industry this week. 


  • Apple jumps on the sports app bandwagon.
  • Gosden blasts the UK government.
  • Littler the bookies’ favourite for BBC award.

Apple Develops New Sports App

In addition to covering the top football leagues in Europe, the Apple Sports app will also feature the NBA, NCAA basketball, NHL and several other competitions. 
Additional leagues will be added into the mix over the next few months including the NFL and MLB, while numerous women’s sports will also be featured.  
Fans can navigate across a plethora of features including betting sites offers and easy access to live sports action from Apple and connected streaming apps.  

Gosden Accuses Tories of Implementing ‘Crude Policies’

Top horse racing trainer John Gosden has accused the United Kingdom government of failing the sport with its ‘crude policies’ relating to gambling affordability checks. 
Gosden claims the implementation of such checks would fail to address problem gambling and may increase the likelihood of growth in black market betting. 
His comments will add further fuel to the fire ahead of a key debate on Monday which will likely have a major impact on UK betting sites in the future

Littler Backed to Win BBC Accolade

Darts sensation Luke Littler has been slashed in the betting to win the BBC sports Personality of the Year Award following his rapid rise up the ranks. 
The teenager finished runner-up at the PDC World Championship earlier this year and has followed up by impressing in several tournaments since then. 
Numerous betting apps rate him as a 6/1 shot to win the BBC accolade – odds which will likely attract interest from punters who love fairytale stories. 

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