About Broward County TransitAnnually, Broward County Transit (BCT) provides nearly 40 million rides to customers. It operates 44 major routes within 410 square miles of Broward County, and also to Miami and connecting with neighboring transit agencies. Travel time adjustments and service improvements to address traffic congestion are among the latest changes for Broward County Transit (BCT), effective August 27, 2017.There will be changes to Routes 4, 11, 16, 36, 42, 48, 83, and 441 Breeze. Customers are encouraged to view new schedules before planning their trips since some may depart earlier or later than usual.Customers should refer to BCT timetables dated August 27, 2017 for details of these changes, or call the Customer Service Center at 954-357-8400 for assistance. Customers can also pick up schedules on the bus or view them online at Broward.org/BCT/Schedules.Fixed Route Changes:Route 4Weekday: The first northbound trip from Hallandale Beach Boulevard and NE 14th Avenue will now leave 5 minutes earlier at 5:30AM. Buses will now run every 45-55 minutes and times have been adjusted throughout the day. Saturday: Buses will now run every 50-55 minutes and times have been adjusted throughout the day. The time point at Dania Beach Boulevard and U.S. 1 has been removed for all days.Route 11The 5:15PM weekday westbound trip from the downtown Broward Terminal has been extended to 441 at Commercial Boulevard.Route 16Weekday and Saturday times have been adjusted. Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes. The first six weekday trips from Dania Beach City Hall and Pembroke Lakes Mall will depart 5 to 15 minutes earlier. Saturday times have been adjusted throughout the day.Route 36Weekday and Saturday westbound trips have been adjusted between A1A and Sunrise Boulevard.Route 42Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes. Saturday and Sunday times have been adjusted throughout the day.Route 48Weekday and Saturday service frequency is now 55 minutes. Times have been adjusted for both days throughout the day.Route 83Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes and Sunday service frequency has been changed to 60 minutes. The last weekday eastbound trip from Coral Ridge Drive will now leave 20 minutes later at 8:45PM. On Saturday, times have been adjusted and departure trips from U.S. 1 and from Coral Ridge Drive will now leave 5 minutes earlier.Route 441 BreezeService frequency is now 25 and 27 minutes in the evening to improve schedule adherence.
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MFM FC striker Stephen Odey says Enyimba captain Mfon Udoh has been his inspiration despite scoring more goals than the former Akwa United star.Odeh is the current top scorer in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) with 18 goals, six more than Mfon.However, the Super Eagles invitee refused to compare himself with Mfon, who holds the record for the highest number of goals scored in a single NPFL season – having scored 23 goals in the2013-2014 season.“Mfon Udoh is my senior man,” Odey said after Sunday’s 0-0 draw with Enyimba.When asked if the Enyimba striker inspires him, he said “Sure”.On his team’s title hopes, he added: “There’s nothing impossible, Plateau United went away and drew and (Enyimba) came to our home to draw.“We can also go away to win our away games.” Writer: Kingsley Oyero 1:48 1. RelatedFaouzi GhoulamJune 30, 2017Similar postNPFL: “Local Champion” Mfon Udoh Biblical on Foreign AmbitionFebruary 10, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL TRANSFER WINDOW: AKWA UNITED CLOSE TO MFON UDOH, SIKIRU ALIMI DEALSNovember 8, 2018In “Nigeria”
“I watched the boys in the first few games of the season and they’ve got a lot of energy. They’ve made some good signings and I feel this is a good move for me.” the Englishman told West Brom official website after the move.Gibbs made 230 appearances for Arsenal and also has 10 England caps to his name. Joins Oliver Burke, Gareth Barry, Ahmed Hegazi and Jay Rodriguez as West Brom’s new signings. West Bromwich Albion has completed the move for Kieran Gibbs from Arsenal for a fee reported to be around £7m.The 27-year-old left back, who was also linked with Watford, signed a four year deal with the Baggies after more than 10 years with the Gunners. RelatedWest Brom Completes Gareth Barry Signing from EvertonAugust 15, 2017In “England”Semi Ajayi Suffers Devastating BlowJuly 17, 2020In “England”Wenger: Mike Dean Is A DisgraceJanuary 16, 2018In “England”
Related Articles Share Submit SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Betfred counters Oppenheimer bid in race to rescue Phumelela August 26, 2020 Betfred extends World Snooker Championship deal until 2022 August 17, 2020 Updating the market, FTSE-listed Paddy Power Betfair (PPB) has confirmed that it has entered a long-term data usage partnership with Football DataCo.Moving forward, PPB teams will have access to in-depth match day data provided by Football DataCo for syndicated Premier League, EFL and SPFL matches’ across its digital channels and UK and Irish retail estates.PPB joins competitors bet365, William Hill and Betfred as a Football DataCo industry partner.Football DataCo welcomes PPB as its new top-tier bookmaker partner as the company celebrates its 15th year in business. The data provider has launched a new logo which aims to reflect Football DataCo’s ‘values as a premium data provider’.Adrian Ford General Manager of Football DataCo, welcomed the PPB as new partners stating;“British football continues to be a vital component for all betting businesses, both land-based and digital. There is growing acceptance that Football DataCo’s market leading product is protected by IP rights and a data usage licence is required to use it, as demonstrated by this deal. Football DataCo is going from strength to strength”
StumbleUpon Share Submit Digital Fuel boosts US Vision with Pennsylvania trusted approval April 25, 2019 Related Articles SBC Webinars series presents U.S. Publishing – Navigating the Fog January 23, 2020 Share SBC’s Year In Review: March 2019’s big betting news December 23, 2019 Digital Fuel Marketing is sponsoring Betting on Football 2017, the fourth edition of the largest international football and betting trade conference at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge.Ahead of the 3-5 May event, we spoke to Digital Fuel Account Director Andy Scott about why football is such an attractive sport for betting, how the market is changing from a consumer perspective and how betting and football stakeholders can work more effectively together.SBC: Why is football such an attractive sport for betting?AS: Primarily, football is an attractive sport for punters to bet on for the very same reasons that it became the most popular sport in the world – accessibility. With so much live football both TV and streamed, betting adds an extra level of engagement in fixtures that without such exposure might otherwise be a bit irrelevant. This might be highlighted by sports that are matched in terms of betting market options and structure but simply don’t get the wider coverage to allow punters to become fully engaged. There is so much data available to the general public to formulate opinion and no shortage of experts giving reason for a particular outcome that the consumer is going into every transaction feeling more empowered than ever. As Leicester proved last season, nothing is beyond the realms of possibility, games can change in an instant and it is a sport fuelled by opinion, passion and rivalry.SBC: From a consumer perspective, how is football betting changing?AS: Betting on football has never been more exciting for the punter. As incumbent tier one operators fight hard to retain their base and new challenger brands enter with both product and promotional innovation, you simply can’t afford to be left behind when it comes to your football product and how you market it – great from a consumer’s perspective.As brands identify new ways to harness the power of 1st, 2nd and 3rd party data, the packaging and relevance of content is subtly enhancing the experience for football consumers and moving the industry away from a reliance on promotions to retain.SBC: How can betting & football stakeholders work better and more effectively together?AS: Consumer engagement is what all parties are looking for and I think there is a huge opportunity to work closer to better understand the audiences that we are talking to. Rightly so, there are big concerns around the level of betting exposure young football fans are subjected to, but technology allows us to profile and target users based on their demographic and wider preferences. Just because you are a 24–35 year old male that likes football, it does not mean that you like to bet. This is extremely important for clubs and organisations that are looking to personalise their experience in ways that betting operators have been successfully doing for years.We are constantly looking for new ways to acquire and retain our desirable consumer and through more strategic partnerships; there is certainly an opportunity to improve the wider content strategy and thus user experience.SBC: What new technology do you feel will have the biggest impact on football betting?AS: From a marketing perspective, It is going to be interesting to see the impact of VAR. We have seen in other sports the opportunity for additional advertising during the review break. Will this be an opportunity to bring programmatic advertising opportunities in-play both in stadium and on TV? I am extremely excited and interested by the way search is advancing, particularly the rapid progression of machine learning, which is adding a new layer of context to what the user is looking for. Combining this technology with voice controlled assistants (VCA) and you could have an extremely immersive betting experience. Imagine a scenario where you are watching Spurs win and ask your VCA what the price of Harry Kane to score next is? The response “Harry Kane is currently priced at 3/1 to score next and has hit the net in 4 of his last 5 games scoring with 30% of his shots, would you like to place a £10 bet?” Adding context to a betting option and pulling in a user’s previous betting behaviour data could be extremely powerful – all without having to scroll, click or look away from the match. More immediately, advancements in geo-marketing and data management technology is allowing us to engage punters at a time when they are far more likely to respond. Again, utilising the power of data in ways that haven’t before been possible, means that we are in a far better position to improve product and communication and the appeal to a wider audience. SBC: What key agenda, debate or discussion do you want to hear at BOFCON 2017?AS: Given the work that we do at Digital Fuel, there are plenty of interesting topics around consumer engagement and I’ll be keen to hear thoughts around content marketing strategies. With an interest in multiple territories, there will be a few market profile sessions that I will be dropping in on for any insight that might impact Digital Fuel and our clients as we look to capitalise on new opportunities.
StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Luckbox outlines final TSXV roadmap July 29, 2020 IoM Digital appoints Chris Kissack as esports lead July 22, 2020 Luke Campbell, Champion Sports: Modular thinking most play the lead role in sportsbook migrations August 26, 2020 Share Submit Annexio used a visit from Sir Richard Gozney to underline the potential for the eGaming sector and its associated services in the Isle of Man.Gozney, appointed the Isle of Man’s 30th Lieutenant Governor in December 2015, was given an insight into the island’s eGaming industry during a recent tour of Annexio’s Lord Street offices.Accompanied by his private secretary and guided by Annexio founder Tom Brodie, Gozney met staff from all areas of the business to learn about how the company offers players a chance to bet on the outcome of some of the world’s largest lotteries, including the US Powerball and EuroMillions.Gozney found that these two lotteries created the biggest surge in interest, with peak betting time on Friday evenings and in the hours before each draw. He also learned about payment options in different countries and the company’s plans to apply for more licences in different jurisdictions, to add to those it already holds in the Isle of Man, UK and Ireland.Speaking after the event, Mr Brodie said: “It was a pleasure to welcome His Excellency to our offices and all our staff enjoyed meeting him and telling him about the work they do. The visit was very timely as we are experiencing a period of significant sustained growth that underlines the ongoing potential for the eGaming sector and its associated services in the Isle of Man.”Annexio General Counsel Paul Telford added: “Sir Richard was clearly interested in the operational aspect of our business and how the insurance risk based approach of Annexio works.“We were able to explain the benefits of using this model against the messenger approach, for example, where players are reliant on an agent buying physical tickets. It was a great opportunity for the staff to demonstrate their enthusiasm and everyone appreciated the interest that Sir Richard showed.”
Tempobet has agreed a multi-million pounds deal to showcase its brand on the LED advertising boards at a further seven Premier League football stadiums.The international operator, that is currently in the second season of an agreement to feature pitch-side at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, will now also feature at home games involving Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Swansea, and Watford. “We are currently expanding our operations in different countries around the world and creating brand awareness is an important part of the process for us, so we were delighted to have secured the deal.” Tempobet.com was founded in 2007 and now offers antepost and live sports betting service, as well as casino, virtual games, binary options, and lottery.The new deal with multiple Premier League clubs, follows on from the operator’s shirt sponsorship deals with English Championship sides Burton Albion and Preston North. Share Paddy Power: Maintaining brand identity with daring marketing campaigns July 27, 2020 Tempobet will be advertised prominently for a total of 500 minutes throughout the current Premier League season, with television pictures beamed throughout the world. Submit Paddy Power guarantees Hector’s Arsenal tree pledge June 24, 2020 MansionBet adds Bristol City to sponsorship portfolio August 20, 2020 Related Articles Tempobet CEO, Tim Peters, said: “The Premier league gets bigger and bigger every year and this was a great opportunity to link our brand with one of football’s most popular competitions. Share StumbleUpon
Expansion has continued for XLMedia PLC as the group has announced the acquisition of legacy UK online bingo community portal WhichBingo.co.uk, further growing it’s significant UK footprint. Founded in 2000 by webmaster Phil Fraser, WhichBingo is one of UK online gambling’s oldest affiliates. A leading authority for online bingo reviews and insights, WhichBingo utilises player content and opinion pieces to provide a comparison of the best online bingo sites that are accessible to UK consumers. Confirming the acquisition, XLMedia Chief Executive Officer Ory Weihs commented: “We are delighted to have acquired such a well-regarded UK brand. WhichBingo fits perfectly into our strategy of acquiring high quality assets across regulated markets.“We continue to see a healthy pipeline of acquisition opportunities as we seek to both strengthen and broaden our market reach during 2018.”It’s expected that the integration will be completed in the second half 2018, and it follows on from XLMedia recording a record-breaking 2017, in which the expanded enterprise reported an increase in revenue of 33%.The group also recently expanded its Finnish footprint with it taking control of a number of Good Game sites including Nettikasinot.com and Netticasinot.com. XLMedia confirms departure of Yehuda Dahan as CFO September 23, 2019 StumbleUpon Submit Publishing focused XLMedia sells Webpals Mobile asset August 9, 2019 XLMedia CEO Stuart Simms appointed to Board of Directors October 7, 2019 Share Related Articles Share
Intralot enhances Malta games offering with E*SOCCER launch July 13, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit Related Articles Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation July 29, 2020 Intralot strengthens U*BET offering with virtual sports addition August 6, 2020 Share Greek lottery and gaming systems provider’s Intralot Group has announced that one of its subsidiary’s, Polish firm Totolotek S.A, has been re-certified by European Lotteries (EL) for its responsible gaming (RG) principles.The country’s “longest running omni-channel betting” company, Totolotek successfully passed the certification through an external audit, carried out by the independent EL-approved assessor TUV, for offering players the highest standards of responsible gaming operations.Adam Lamentowicz, CEO of Totolotek, stated: “Intralot Group fosters responsible gaming as a means of sustainable growth. Our re-certification is a great achievement and recognition of Totolotek’s cross-functional efforts to always adhere to the principles of responsible gaming. “We work with EL to continuously improve our RG programmes and support the lottery community to the fight against illegal gambling.”EL re-certifies operators on a three-yearly basis, with Totolotek receiving its first receiving certification for responsible gaming programmes in 2015.Edmundo Martinho, Chair of the European Lotteries CSR/Responsible Gaming Committee, added: “I would like to thank Totolotek for its commitment to the EL Responsible Gaming standards. “Together with our members we always strive to align lottery and betting operations across Europe with the responsible gaming principles for the benefit of the players and the society at whole. Totolotek has been a valuable partner towards this goal.”The European Lotteries is the umbrella organisation of national lotteries operating games of chance for public benefit. EL brings together state-owned and private operators, both profit and non-profit, who offer gambling and betting services in the jurisdictions in which they are licensed by the respective national government.
TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Submit SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Related Articles Share CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach August 27, 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.This afternoon’s World Cup memories come courtesy of Square in the Air Director Robin Hutchison, who talks of a German invasion of Derbyshire, the sublime skills of Diego Maradona and having a soft spot for the plucky underdog. Favourite World Cup:Player Franz Beckenbauer. Never saw him play, but Franz Beckenbauer. Drawing a veil over recent corruption allegations around the allocation of the World Cups to Russia and Qatar, that is. Absolute class on the pitch. He and the West Germany team stayed in the Peak District during the 1966 tournament because their early games were at Hillsborough and Villa Park. There was a lot of unease locally as it was only 20 years after the war and the Derbyshire Yeomanry took a hammering in North Africa and Italy. But they trained on the local public park and couldn’t have been friendlier. Humble lads and real ambassadors. Franz even went to a barn dance, I’m told.TeamHaiti and Zaire, 1974. Retrospectively, because I wasn’t born, I have a soft spot for Haiti and Zaire at the 1974 World Cup in West Germany. Both managed to concede 14 goals each in three group games, which is some going. The highlight was the Zaire full-back charging out of the wall, and hoofing the stationary ball into Row Z before the waiting Brazilians could take the free-kick. The first time I played men’s football our midfield enforcer (every team had one) asked the referee to hold his false teeth, before punching his opposite number unconscious into the mud of the centre circle. They’re both up there for me as special football moments.Goal Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands v Argentina, 1998). Bergkamp against Argentina to win the Quarter Final against Argentina takes some beating. He’d been anonymous up until the point when Frank De Boer ale-housed the ball – though we are now contractually obliged to call it cultured Total Football – from one end of the pitch to the other. Bergkamp’s control was incredible, as was the flick inside milliseconds later to beat the full-back before again flicking it into the roof of the net past the despairing keeper. All in the 90th minute, as I recall.GameEngland v Argentina, (1986). There have been so many as a Scot brought up in England with allegiances to both nations. Wait, no there haven’t! I don’t think it’s my favourite, but the Hand of God game is the most memorable. That man Maradona again had just beaten Derby County’s Peter Shilton with a piece of cheating beyond the comprehension of a ten-year-old, when four minutes later he produced a goal whose skill was beyond the comprehension of all of us. “At least we got the Belgrano,” my dad said, less than diplomatically.KitScotland, 1986. The navy-blue jersey with the clipped collar was great, but the white shorts with the blue band round the middle were a work of sartorial genius. I got the full kit, including the red socks, for Christmas that year and looked so much better in it than Gordon Strachan. Denmark’s shaded Hummel kit from the same group – that progressed a little further in the tournament – was pretty good too. Very 1980s._________________________________________________________________First World Cup memory 25 June 1986 (Argentina v Belgium). A sunny summer’s evening in Derbyshire with a little bloke called Diego Maradona surrounded by what seemed like hundreds of legless Belgians. He was in Mexico; I was in Derbyshire. His second goal was sublime. I took an age drawing a picture of him at school the next day, complete with Puma football boots. I still have it. My dad says he was the best he’d ever seen – and he was one of 127,000 people who saw Alfredo Di Stefano and Ferenc Puskas destroy Eintracht Frankfurt at Hampden in 1960.The World Cup’s Finest is to be a regular feature during the Russia World Cup, profiling a different individual each week day.