Lauderhill, Florida — Broward Health has expanded its testing for COVID-19 with a mobile testing unit at Central Broward Park and Broward County Stadium.The mobile testing site opened April 8 at 3700 N.W. 11th Place in Lauderhill and allows registered patients to drive through the park to be swabbed for COVID-19 from their cars. Wait times are short for those who need testing.To be tested, patients must pre-register for scheduled appointment times. No walkups or drive-ups can be screened or tested. To schedule a time to be tested, patients must have a written script from a physician and then call the Broward Health line at (954) 320-5730 to register.Photo ID, the written prescription for COVID-19 testing and registration are required at the mobile testing site to be swabbed and tested. Test results will be sent to the prescribing physician, who will then alert the patient of their status. If patients do not have a primary care physician and need assistance, they can still call (954) 320-5730 to speak with a nurse through Nurse Connect.ABOUT BROWARD HEALTHBroward Health, providing service for more than 80 years, is a nationally recognized system in South Florida that offers world-class healthcare to all.The Broward Health system includes the statutory teaching hospital Broward Health Medical Center, Broward Health North, Broward Health Imperial Point, Broward Health Coral Springs, Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital, Broward Health Weston, Broward Health Community Health Services, Broward Health Physician Group, Broward Health Urgent Care, Broward Health International, and Broward Health Foundation. For more information, visit BrowardHealth.org.
The new single is the first off Buju’s upcoming album, “Upside Down 2020” and the second collaboration for Banton and Legend. They first collaborated in 2009 on the song “Can’t Be My Lover.” In the meantime, Buju Banton is still finalizing his album, which was initially slated for an April release. The album will have 20 tracks and will be the deejay’s first album in a decade. Banton’s last studio album, the Grammy-winning, “Before the Dawn”, was released in 2010. John Legend also echoed similar sentiments, saying, “I was so excited to collaborate with Buju on another song. He’s an icon, and this song is another classic.” In an Instagram Live between the two grammy-award winning artists, Buju said the collaboration was just as special as the first. “Things change, people change, time changes but good friendship and memories will never change. This is another special one with my good friend John. We hope the masses love it,” said Buju. Reggae/Dancehall veteran Buju Banton has teamed up with R&B singer John Legend for a new collaboration titled “Memories”.
Plateau United won their first-ever Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) title after beating former champions, Rangers 2-0 at a packed Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos.The Peace Boys finished the season with 66 points from 38 matches, 4 points clear of runners-up, MFM FC who were beaten 2-1 by El Kanemi Warriors, to extinguish their slim hopes of claiming the NPFL title on the final day of the season.Emeka Umeh gave Plateau United the lead after 25 minutes when he slotted home from close range a cross from Kabiru Umar before Benjamin Turba put the icing on the cake a minute from time, firing home from inside the box in a one-sided match dominated by the home side.The NPFL Champions were presented with a dummy cheque of N50m for their efforts.Despite their defeat to El Kanemi Warriors, both MFM and Plateau United will represent Nigeria in next season’s lucrative CAF Champions League.Related
Video Credit: Twitter.com – BBC 606RelatedLiverpool Continue Best Start in its 126 year History Beating BurnleyDecember 6, 2018In “England”Another slip, Liverpool? Reds Pass on a Good Chance to Take Hold of the Premier LeagueJanuary 31, 2019In “Articles”Klopp Tactically Capitulates Against SpursFebruary 5, 2018In “England” Following midweek’s 2-2 draw at home against Sevilla in the Champions League, Jurgen Klopp’s men were frustrated to another 1-1 draw at Anfield by a compact Burnley team, in a game that yet again highlighted Liverpool’s defensive woes.“I’ve had enough now! We need a defence, and he hasn’t addressed it.”#LFC fan Frank is absolutely furious with Klopp! Do you agree? pic.twitter.com/j1O1CHjnEQ— BBC 606 (@bbc606) September 16, 2017Mohammed Salah pulled Liverpool level in the 30th minute after Scott Arfield opened the scoring three minutes earlier.Dominic Solanke came close to scoring the second for Liverpool but his side-footed volley could only find the bar as Burnley picked up another point on the road.
StumbleUpon Bookmaker Unibet has informed SBC, that it is recording strong trading for April 29’s Heavyweight World Championship boxing clash between Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Klitschko.Issuing a trading update, Anthony Cousins’ Head of Sportsbook for Unibet & Kindred Group details that thus far 72% of the wagers have been placed on Joshua, 2% Draw and 26% on Klitschko.However, Cousins details that in this ’50-50’ bout, Unibet has seen a significant amount of wagers placed on a Klitschko points victory. Joshua, who holds a record of 18 fights / 18 Knockouts leads the market for a ‘KO victory’.At present, Unibet predicts that Joshua vs Klitschko, will comfortably break the British wagering record for a boxing match.However, the bookmaker’s record boxing turnover remains 2015’s Mayweather v Pacquiao fight which Unibet states traded 8-times more turnover than the 2nd and 3rd biggest fights the bookmaker has recorded, between Wladmir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury and Wldmir Klitschko vs David Haye.Anthony Cousins, UnibetUnibet notes that a victory for Joshua, could turn the Watford heavyweight into a global box office draw. Joshua is already 7/2 to be crowned Sports Personality of the Year 2017 which the bookmaker details is a display of how much the athlete’s stature has grown in a short space of time.Unibet trading team commented on the market: “We opened with 1.44 on Joshua and have not had to adjust the prices yet in what appears to be a very solid market. You can make arguments for both fighters and the live market on the night is the one where we expect most volatility.”“There are question marks over both fighters – Klitschko is now 41 and not fought since his loss in 2015 but has years of experience on his side. 3 of his last 5 fights went the distance and that is not new territory for him.”” The youth, strength and agility of Joshua are not in dispute, but he has only fought in 5 sanctioned 12 round fights and 3 of them were ended before round 3. Joshua has never gone to points, or further then round 7 – it will be interesting to see if Klitschko can draw him into a long battle into the unknown.” Share Share Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity July 28, 2020 Kindred: Spelinspektionen has failed in its management of Swedish marketplace June 11, 2020 Related Articles Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Submit
Related Articles Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 Submit Retail closures have ‘severe’ impact on Playtech August 5, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 John Pettit, PBSUpdating the market, Playtech betting subsidiary Playtech BGT Sports (PBS) is gearing up for a critical new European football season detailing that it has enhanced its Self-Service Betting Terminal (SSBT) capabilities.Ahead of season’s kick off, PBS has added new dynamics to its terminals including a new ‘Goalscorer Coupon’, as well as ‘Asian Handicap’ betting lines for the first time, with both products set to greatly improve match coupon building capabilities for customers.Its new Goalscorer Coupon will highlight a list of likely scorers across multiple popular matches, following recent statistics suggesting anytime scorer betting is now outstripping first scorer bets by almost three to one.Adding further dynamics, PBS Asian Handicap offering will let customers take advantage of more flexible and competitive two-way total goal and handicap lines across major football leagues. PBS will further maximise player engagement on its terminals with an immersive 22” screens option.John Pettit, Playtech BGT Sport’s UK, Ireland, Asia and Australia Managing Director, commented ahead of the new European football season:“High street bookies are facing their fair share of challenges, but the progress and increased profitability of SSBTs has been very positive, as they are successfully providing the choice and ease-of-use that today’s customers demand.“Our SSBTs help our operator partners drive incremental revenues and we’re confident that our enhanced product range, new coupons, and greater functionality will help that further.”Playtech PBS states that its terminals will offer the most diverse betting experience for football customers, as the company its services available across 1,000 competitions in more than 120 countries.Furthermore, In-store customers will also see an improved all-round service, with a greater range of matches present across hundreds of recently-installed terminals in prime position for TV coverage. Share Share StumbleUpon
Related Articles The new executive leadership team of Spanish gambling firm Grupo Codere has dismissed reports that the company is seeking to merge with main Spanish market rival Grupo Cirsa.This January, Codere announced the appointments of Vicente Di Loreto as Group CEO, supported by Norman Sorensen Valdez as Executive Chairman.The new leadership team is supported by Codere’s debt-controlling private equity investors and sees the Spanish legacy gambling operator diminish the executive influence of enterprise founding family the Martínez Sampedros.A number of Spanish news sources had reported that Codere’s new executive team would seek to explore M&A opportunities, with some outlets further suggesting that Codere governance may seek to combine with main rival Cirsa, creating a Spanish gambling giant.Spanish rival Cirsa is currently reviewing its corporate options with its governance mulling a potential public offering or the sale of the business.Reacting to the speculation, Codere governance were quick to pour cold water on the Cirsa rumours, stating that it had no intention of reviewing its rival as a partner. As Di Loreto and Sorensen Valdez settle down as Codere leaders, the company is expected to pursue its ongoing South American expansion.In 2017, a restructured Codere noted significant progress in its core market of Spain, supported by accelerated growth for its Mexico and Argentina properties. Furthermore, the company launched its services within the newly regulated Colombian gambling market. Share Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Share Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020
Share Submit GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Revenues down 11% but product depth helps GVC through lockdown July 16, 2020 Related Articles Playtech offloads casual games subsidiaries July 16, 2020 Alan Jackson – PlaytechPublishing its full-year 2017 results (period ending 30 December) FTSE250 gambling technology supplier Playtech Plc has delivered metric growth in-line with corporate expectations, despite facing headwinds in both its regulated and unregulated operations.The industry technology provider reports full-year 2017 group revenues of €807 million, up 14% on corresponding FY 2016’s €708 million.Closing its 2017 accounts, Playtech governance declares an adjusted group EBITDA of €231 million (FY 2016: €202 million), combined with reported group net-profits of €248 million (FY 2016: €193 million).Playtech has faced a difficult end-of-year trading, as last November the FTSE firm was forced to revise its market forecasts due to a slowdown in Asia and problems delivering its Sun Bingo supplier contract.Despite its Asian trading woes, a diversified Playtech details a number of operational highlights achieved during 2017, which will strengthen the group’s long-term growth position and strategy.2017 highlights include the migration of live casino assets to Playtech’s new purpose-built Riga Studio, and the strong continued momentum of its enlarged Playtech BGT sportsbook division, which gained new clients in HpyBet, Magic Betting and SAS and furthermore, renewed tier1 partnerships with Paddy Power, Betfred, OPAP and Boylesports during 2017 trading.Commenting on full-year 2017 results Alan Jackson, Chairman of Playtech stated: “Playtech’s performance continues to be converted into strong cash generation enabling a 10% increase to the full year dividend.”“Playtech’s strategy to improve the quality of earnings for the Group, organically and through M&A, was evident in the increase in regulated revenue to 54%. The health of the core business coupled with the strength of the balance sheet means Playtech is strategically well placed to execute on M&A that will continue to drive this growth and further diversify Playtech’s revenue base.“The completion of the Playtech BGT Sports integration and the completion of the new Live Casino studio in Riga are key operational milestones in the extension of Playtech’s omni-channel offering and the quality of both offerings has already delivered new clients.“Momentum in TradeTech Group continued with improvements across all KPIs. The division is strategically well positioned for the potential incoming regulations in the financial trading industry and 2017 saw TradeTech consolidate its B2B offering creating a full turnkey financial trading solution.”Playtech FY 2017 Performance Overview
Submit StumbleUpon Share Luckbox outlines final TSXV roadmap July 29, 2020 Recapitalised Luckbox calls for a recruitment drive June 30, 2020 Share Related Articles Luckbox: How the return of live sport has affected esports betting July 10, 2020 Esports betting start-up Luckbox has confirmed the appointment of its first operations lead, hiring PokerStars’ Quentin Martin as Chief Operating Officer (COO).Seeking to launch its initial proprietary esports betting platform this 2018, Martin will be the key stakeholder in developing Luckbox’s operational framework supporting the firm’s future scale.Furthermore, Luckbox management detailed that Martin would lead the firm’s recruitment initiatives during Luckbox’s early start-up phase.“As a scale-up COO, my role is incredibly flexible and tough to define – essentially, everything that isn’t product, marketing, or finance based”. Quentin Martin commented on joining Luckbox.“I’m here to flesh out the rest of the organisation as and when we need new teams and to make sure we stay on track operationally. The job description could most accurately be described as ‘get stuff done!’.A seasoned industry executive, Martin joins Luckbox’s senior management team from PokerStars, where he most recently served as Head of Social Gaming (2014-2018).During his time at PokerStars, Martin has previously worked with Luckbox co-founders, Lars Lien and Mike Stevens.Preparing to make its debut in 2018, new industry incumbent Luckbox seeks to become the leading mass market bookmaker for esports enthusiast.“Luckbox is perfectly poised to create something big and I’m excited to be on board early and be a part of shaping our future,” Martin adds.
Share Brazil appoints agencies to accelerate Sports Betting launch August 21, 2020 Related Articles Share StumbleUpon Submit Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 IMG Arena nets major media extension with Brazil’s Liga Nacional de Basquete August 19, 2020 In The World Cup’s Finest we ask various individuals to delve into their own personal history of football’s quadrennial showpiece extravaganza, selecting a number of favourites as well as revealing what is their very first World Cup memory.Are you a fan of the USA World Cup held in 1994? Have a penchant for Swedish football? Or perhaps you just like delving into the history of World Cup’s gone by. Join Daniel Larsson, CCO at Enteractive, who brings a very distinct theme to today’s proceedings.Favourite World CupGoalThomas Brolin (Sweden v Romania, 1994). It’s one of the most famous free kicks in World Cup history, not only for the trickery but also for the emphatic finish. Almost everyone in the stadium expected Stefan Schwarz to take a direct shot at goal, except Tomas Brolin. He was brilliantly found in space, catching the Romanian defence off-guard and finishing well from a tight angle. A marvellous goal! GameSweden v Romania, 1994. This game had everything and was a real roller-coaster ride for every Sweden fan. Brolin’s wonderful strike, as mentioned above, appeared to be the winner but Romania pegged us back in the dying minutes. It looked all over for us when the Romanians took the lead in extra time, but thankfully Kennet Andersson was at hand to strike late on to send the game to penalties. The shootout was excruciating to watch, especially being a youngster at the time. However, the sheer joy of scoring that decisive penalty will never be forgotten.PlayerTomas Brolin. An all-time Swedish great and my favourite player. He was fantastic on the ball and certainly had an eye for goal, scoring plenty of them during his international career. He’s also the only Swedish player in my lifetime to make the World Cup all-star team – not even Zlatan Ibrahimovíc has achieved that feat!TeamSweden, 1994. It has to be the 1994 team, especially as we’ve struggled in recent years to make any sort of an impact at the World Cup. Despite being unfancied at the start of the tournament, we managed to progress out of a tough group and narrowly lost to Brazil at the semi-final stage. The ‘94 side played some great football and will long be remembered as one of our nation’s best teams.KitSweden, 1994. Given that all my previous answers have been associated with Sweden at the 1994 World Cup, it comes as no surprise to learn that I’ve opted for the kit the Swedes played in that tournament! The classic Adidas shirt has become a retro favourite.__________________________________________________First World Cup memory17 June – 17 July 1994 (World Cup, USA). It was the summer of 1994 when the tournament was held across the United States. Sweden had gone through what felt like the hottest summer I would ever experience. Due to the tournament being held in the US, I remember fighting my 6-year old’s fatigue to support Sweden during the early hours of the morning as they progressed to eventually claim third spot, our best performance at the World Cup in recent times.The World Cup’s Finest is to be a regular feature during the Russia World Cup, profiling a different individual each week day, if you would like to be involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.