Colorado Sports Bettors Can’t Get Enough Table Tennis

Written By Ian St. Clair on 07/07/2020

Who knew Colorado sports fans were so devoted to a game that Forrest Gump made popular?

Table tennis has been the lone constant since sports bettinglaunched in Colorado on May 1.

That tends to occur when you have no significant US activities to wager on.

But over the last month or so, the UFC has returned to The Octagon, the PGA to the links and NASCAR to the tracks.

Across the pond, English Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A have all returned to the pitch.

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Colorado sports bettors can’t get enough table tennis, despite the fact that those activities are back, at least this weekend on BetRivers. Soviet table tennis in special.

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It was strange last week that the UFC wasn’t listed among the top 10 activities at BetRivers. Additionally, there was a possible Fight of the Year member as well as the UFC Fighting Night.

Perhaps a trend was developing.

However, there is one that goes in a totally unique way. And it & , which is much more hazy.

Last weekend, BetRivers placed bets in the bottom 10 sports teams.

Sport/League percentage of the total amount bets
Soviet board tennis’s Moscow Liga Pro 20.91%
Songs from the US Pro Tennis Series for women 19.18%
PGA Tour( tournament wagers ) 15.09%
Premier League of England 5.56%
PGA Tour( 2 balls, 18-hole wagers ) 4.80%
Italy’s Serie A 4.67%
Korean Baseball Organization( KBO ) 4.23%
Spain’s La Liga 4.10%
( Cup Series ) NASCAR 4%
People’s songs from the US Pro Tennis Series 3.34%

activities in the bottom 10

Activities in the bottom 10 percentage of the total amount bets
Tennis 26.34%
sport at a table 22.84%
Golf 19.90%
Soccer 19.08%
Baseball 5.7%
Motorsports 4.02%
Basketball 1.16%
Football under American laws .51%
Rugby League .19%
Union Rugby .17%

Colorado gamblers enjoy playing golfing

Colorado sports bettors enjoy placing wagers on golf and( real ) tennis, according to BetRivers’ report andmdash, which are two additional things that stand out from this weekend & .

As we inch closer to the return of MLB, the NBA and NHL, it&;ll be fascinating to see if this affinity for table tennis holds up.

Did Colorado and US activities punters discover a secret after big US sporting events were shut down? Or is this the result of potential bookmakers who have nothing to wager on and are just looking for? some sort of diversion from the never-ending conflict?

How is the UFC doing?

The UFC is the other thing to keep an eye on.

It was unexpected to not be in last weekend & ’s top 10 at BetRivers, as was already mentioned.

It is obvious that bettors have no interest in the UFC given the placed function that will take place this Saturday for the occasion 251.

Of course, it’s difficult to take your eyes off table tennis if you’re looking for the second Forrest Gump.

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Award-winning sports journalist Ian is a student of the University of Northern Colorado. He is a local of Colorado and has more than ten years of experience in both college and professional sports. As soon as Colorado legalized sports betting in 2020, he made his way into the gaming world. Ian currently oversees the websites for some of North America’s largest betting markets and works as a PlayinСolorado analyst.

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