The following information includes events available for betting, along with those cancelled due to the global pandemic; it is accurate as of April 2nd. We appreciate the situation is changing all the time so if please help us to keep this up to date via our Twitter account.
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Sports Events/Leagues still available for betting
The following sporting leagues and events are either currently in action or scheduled to take place, notwithstanding changes as the situation evolves.
Bandy, a form of hockey and a distant relative of ice hockey is active in the Swedish Elitserien.
A few leagues are still action cross Europe and Asia:
- Russian MLBL League
- Russian Regional Leagues
- Taiwan Super Basketball League
- Tajikistan Basketball League
The situation with boxing is very fluid, made more difficult by the various boxing bodies. The best way to see the available markets is to check our latest boxing odds.
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Chess is now available on our new Beta platform. The Candidates Tournament in Russia is currently underway until April 3.
As much of the eSports calendar consists of online events it provides plenty of betting opportunities. Our new Beta platform includes eSports were we've just launched 67 new markets. Esports on offer include CS:GO, Dota 2, FIFA 2020, League of Legends, Overwatch, Rainbow Six, Rocket League and Starcraft. Live streaming is available for certain competitions taking place on CS:GO, Dota 2 and League of Legends.
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The Swedish Futsal League Playoffs are underway.
The Belarus National Championship and Super Liga Division 2 is still on in Europe.
The Belarus Extraliga is continuing despite many other European leagues being put on hold.
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The following leagues are still active for March. Check our soccer menu for full details:
- Angolan Girabola
- Belarusian Vysshaya Liga
- Burundi Premier League
- Club friendlies
- Nicaragua Liga Primera
The following Table tennis competitions are still continuing across Europe:
- Czech TT Star Series
- Ukrainian TT Cup
- Setka Cup (men and women)
There are some volleyball leagues still taking place around the world:
- St Petersburg Volleyball Championships
- Russia Pro League
UFC 249 - Nurmagomedov vs Ferguson, April 19th, 2020
Arguably the biggest event still claiming to be going ahead is UFC 249, which sees Khabib Nurmagomedov making a third title defence against Tony Ferguson. Originally scheduled to take place in New York, UFC President, Dana White, stated on March 16th, that the fight will go ahead, with an as-yet unspecified change of venue.
Statement from @UFC on upcoming events ⤵️:https://t.co/e6pP5RD24Q
— UFC News (@UFCNews) March 17, 2020
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Major Sports’ Cancellations
The following leagues & events are currently suspended until the indicated date. Any news on restart is entirely dependent on the effectiveness of measures country-by-country to contain the spread of Corona Virus, the seasonal impact on its spread and logistics.
Aussie Rules Football has been suspended until May 31. The league will revisit the decision at the end of April to decide whether to extend the lockout.
The next three Diamond League meetings are cancelled; the Olympics in Tokyo are currently expected to continue, though qualifiers and preparation have been hugely impacted.
Baseball Events cancelled
- MLB - Postponed - Regular season was due to start on March 26.
- Japanese Nippon Professional Baseball - Postponed. Regular season was due to start on March 20.
- Korean KBO League in South Korea - Postponed. Regular season was due to start on March 28.
Basketball Events cancelled
Most major leagues around the world are heavily impacted by the pandemic, which includes:
- NBA - Suspended as of March 11th
- FIBA Competitions - Suspended as of March 13th.
- March Madness/Men’s NCAA Tournament - Cancelled.
- South Korean Basketball League - Suspended from February 29th.
- VTB Unified Basketball League (Russia) - Suspended until end of April
- Australia's NBL ended early with Perth crowned champions on March 19th.
Cricket Events cancelled
- IPL - Postponed until April 15th.
- PSL - Suspended until further notice.
Golf Events cancelled
- US Masters - Was scheduled for April 9th, but has been postponed to a later date.
- PGA Championship - Was scheduled for May 14th, and has been postponed.
The US PGA Tour has cancelled all events up until mid-May.
- The Players Championship - Started March 12 with one round completed, but was abandoned.
- The Valspar Championship - Was scheduled for March 19th but cancelled
- The World Golf Championships Match Play - Was scheduled for March 25th, but cancelled
- Valero Texas Open - Was scheduled for April 2nd, but cancelled
- RBC Heritage - Was scheduled for April 16th , and has been postponed.
- Zurich Classic of New Orleans - Was scheduled for April 23rd , and has been postponed.
- Wells Fargo Championship - Was scheduled for April 30th , and has been postponed.
- Byron Nelson Championship - Was scheduled for May 7th, and has been postponed.
Formula One events cancelled
The Australian Grand Prix, traditional curtain-raiser for the new F1 season was cancelled after the McLaren Team withdrew. The Bahrain Grand Prix was due to go ahead without any spectators but has been cancelled. The Dutch Grand Prix on May 3rd, is the next scheduled event
- Bahrain Grand Prix - Was scheduled for March 22nd - Postponed
- Vietnamese Grand Prix - Was scheduled for April 3rd - Postponed
- Chinese Grand Prix - Was scheduled for April 17th - Postponed
- Dutch Grand Prix - Was scheduled for May 3rd - Postponed
- Spanish Grand Prix - Was scheduled for May 17th - Postponed
- Monaco Grand Prix - Was scheduled for May 31st - Postponed
- Azerbaijan Grand Prix - Was scheduled for June 7th - Postponed
Ice Hockey events cancelled
- KHL - Suspended until the end of April
- NHL - Suspended until further notice.
Rugby League events cancelled
- All RFU activity suspended indefinitely
- All European competitions suspended indefinitely
- Gallagher Premiership for five weeks from March 16
- Guinness PRO14 season
- NRL - Suspended indefinitely
- Rugby Football League - Suspended until April 3rd
- Rugby Union Events currently suspended by Corona Virus
- Super League - Suspended until April 3rd
- Super Rugby League (New Zealand) Postponed from March 20th
Snooker events currently suspended
- China Open - Cancelled
- World Championships (April 18) - In doubt
Soccer events currently suspended
Euro 2020 and Copa América has been postponed until 2021.
Soccer leagues across the world have been hugely impacted by Corona Virus, with too many to list, so we have focused on the most high profile leagues.
- Bundesliga - Suspended until April 2nd
- EPL - Suspended until April 30th
- Eredivisie - Suspended until April 6th
- La Liga - Suspended until April 4th
- Ligue 1 - Suspended until further noticeEuro 2020 - Moved to June 2021
- MLS - Suspended until further notice
- Russian Premier League - Suspended until the end of April
- Serie A - Indefinitely suspended; country in lockdown
- Turkish Süper Lig, 1/2/3 Lig
- UCL - Suspended until further notice
- UEL - Suspended until further notice
- All professional soccer in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland cancelled until Aptil 30th at the earliest.
Tennis events currently suspended
All WTA and ATP tournaments through to June 7 will not be held as scheduled.
The French Open was due to start May 24th, but has been postponed until September 20th. This means it will be one week after the current scheduled date for the US Open.
WTA events currently suspended
The WTA has cancelled all events up to the beginning of June, when it will review the situation. Here are the WTA events that have been impacted by Corona Virus.
- Miami Open - Was scheduled to start March 24, but has been postponed.
- Volvo Open (USA) - Was scheduled to start April 6th, but has been postponed.
- Copa Colsanitas (Colombia) - Was scheduled to start April 6th, but has been postponed.
- Porsche Grand Prix (Germany) - Was scheduled to start April 20th, but has been postponed.
- Istanbul Open (Turkey) - Was scheduled to start April 20th, but has been postponed.
- Prague Open (Czech Republic) - Was scheduled to start April 27th, but has been postponed.
- Madrid Open (Spain) - Was scheduled to start May 2nd, but has been postponed.
- Rome Open (Italy) - Was scheduled to start May 11th, but has been postponed.
- Strasbourg Open (France) - Was scheduled to start May 17th, but has been postponed.
- Rabat Grand Prix (Morocco) - Was scheduled to start May 17th, bus has been postponed.
- Bol Open (Croatia) - Was scheduled to start June 1st, but has been postponed.
ATP events currently suspended
The ATP has suspended its schedule up to the beginning of June, when it will review the situation. Here are the ATP events that have been impacted by Corona Virus.
- Miami Open - Was scheduled to start March 24, but has been postponed.
- US Clay Court Championship - Was scheduled to start April 6th, but has been postponed.
- Grand Prix Hassan II (Morocco) - Was scheduled to start April 6th, but has been postponed.
- Monte Carlo Masters (France) - Was scheduled to start April 12th, but has been postponed.
- Barcelona Open (Spain) - Was scheduled to start April 20th, but has been postponed.
- Hungary Open - Was scheduled to start April 20th, but has been postponed.
- Estoril Open - Was scheduled to start April 27th, but has been postponed.
- Munich Open - Was scheduled to start April 27th, but has been postponed.
- Madrid Open - Was scheduled to start May 3rd, but has been postponed.
- Rome Open - Was scheduled to start May 10th, but has been postponed.
- Geneva Open - Was scheduled to start May 17th, but has been postponed.
- Lyon Open - Was scheduled to start May 17th, but has been postponed.
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