AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Perform extends betting rights deal with British Basketball League Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 21st June 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Sports betting Email Address Sports betting Tags: Online Gambling Stats-owned digital sports media and content provider Perform Group has extended a deal to continue as the exclusive betting rights partner for the British Basketball League (BBL).Terms of the agreement were undisclosed, but it was confirmed that the deal will cover Perform’s Watch&Bet live streaming service and RunningBall fast data offering.The extension builds on an existing partnership, under which Perform streamed live coverage of 242 BBL games on Live Basketball TV around the world, as well as 32 games on the BBC Sport website.“The income generated by this partnership will underpin the financial security of the BBL,” BBL commercial director, Bob Hope, said.“It will give us the stability we require to expand our presence in the UK sporting market and beyond even further, as well as enable us to forge new partnerships in a range of commercial sectors.”Alex Rice, chief rights officer at Perform, added: “We are excited about the BBL plans and are looking forward to continuing as the exclusive betting rights partner.” Digital sports media and content provider Perform Group has extended a deal to continue as the exclusive betting rights partner for the British Basketball League (BBL)..
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Read the full story on iGB North America Allied Esports has reported a $45.5m loss for 2020, though its poker assets such as the World Poker Tour, which it is in the process of divesting, brought in a $1.5m profit. Regions: US 1st April 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle Full year results 2020 Multiplatform content, on the other hand, saw revenue grow significantly, albeit from a low base. A 344.4% year-on-year rise took the multiplatform revenue for the year to $222,400. Allied Esports poker assets generate $1.5m profit ahead of Element sale Allied’s revenue from continuing operations – which excludes the poker assets – came to $3.2m, down 57.5%, over the 12 months to 31 December 2020 The business made $3.0m from in-person content, its main revenue stream, in 2020, down 60.0% compared to 2019, after live events were halted by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Topics: Esports Finance Poker Full year results 2020 Results 2020 Tags: Bally’s Corporation Allied Esports Element Partners Email Address
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In the Guinness Pro12, Munster claimed a first win over rivals Leinster in Dublin since 2008. They led 28-9 at half-time and despite having four players sin-binned in the second period held on to win 34-23 and move up to fourth in the table.Glasgow and Ospreys are the only teams with a 100% winning record this season, both overcoming Italian opposition this weekend to keep their places at the top of the table. Ten fantastic photographs from all the weekend’s rugby action across the world – / 10Credits: Michael Steele/Getty ImagesmoreShowing image 1 of 10 TAGS: Highlight WHAT A weekend of rugby! From Kingston Park to Johannesburg and Dublin to Mendoza, there were notable results across the rugby world – and these photographs capture the best of the weekend’s action.In the Rugby Championship, South Africa ended New Zealand‘s 22-match unbeaten run with a 27-25 win at Ellis Park. Pat Lambie slotted the winning penalty a couple of minutes from time as the Springboks became the first team to beat the All Blacks since December 2012.In Mendoza, Argentina secured their first-ever Rugby Championship win, capitalising on the dominance of their own scrum and Australia‘s ill-discipline to beat the Wallabies 21-17.Newcastle also pulled off a memorable win, beating Exeter 29-24 in their Aviva Premiership game at Kingston Park. It was their first win in the league for nearly a year and ended a run of 20 defeats.Saracens slipped to third in the table following their 21-11 defeat by Bath while defending champions Northampton lead the way with 20 points from their first five games. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Over in league, Bath’s big recruit Sam Burgess signed off his career at South Sydney Rabbitohs with a 30-6 win over Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL Grand Final. Burgess fractured his cheekbone in the first minute but played on for the full 80, although that injury could now delay his union debut.Want to read big-name interviews and see exclusive photographs every month? Then subscribe to Rugby World! Click here for all the latest deals, or find out how to download the digital edition here.
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In a 3 a.m. raid July 20, approximately 200 Black prisoners at California’s Soledad state prison were violently taken from their cells with nothing on but their boxer shorts.The men were herded into the chow hall, handcuffed with zip ties and forced to sit shoulder-to-shoulder without masks for hours, while their cells were ransacked. Their property, including books, letters and legal papers, was confiscated or destroyed.Guards brutalized and beat many prisoners, including Talib Williams, whose spouse Tasha Williams has written several extensive articles about this racist cell extraction for a national Black newspaper, the San Francisco Bay View. (tinyurl.com/y47mhuo8) He told her that prison guards were shouting, “Black Lives Don’t Matter” and calling the prisoners the N-word. An elderly prisoner was tossed down a flight of stairs.Talib Williams, in prison for 18 years (since he was 17 years old), has spent the last six years at Soledad and has published four books. His most recent was on the racist and violent history of Soledad prison toward Black prisoner organizers like George Jackson. According to Tasha Williams, the guards seized much of his library, including works of Jackson and Black revolutionaries and a list he compiled of Jackson quotes.George Jackson’s legacyGeorge Jackson, 1971On Jan. 13, 1970, a group of Black and white Soledad prisoners were released to the exercise yard, which provoked a fist fight. A white guard marksman shot and killed three Black prisoners. Black prisoners started a hunger strike in protest; a grand jury exonerated the guardOne week later, a white prison guard was killed and three prisoner leaders — George Jackson, Fleeta Drumgo and John Wesley — were charged with murder and became known as the Soledad Brothers. A broad defense committee came forward, and Jackson published his famous work, “Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George JacksonThe California prison system and especially Soledad prison — notorious for violence against Black prisoners — hate George Jackson, his writings and his legacy.Tasha Williams, who heard firsthand accounts of the violent attack from several Soledad prisoners, said prison officials claimed they were investigating gang activity. Talib noted that he saw a piece of paper about his father being in the Black Panther PartyMost of the Black prisoners have no prior gang affiliation. That is often used as an excuse to attack incarcerated people who speak out, advocate for others and fight the system. Several of the prisoners reported being questioned about the Black Lives Matter movement and being asked if they were BLM membersTasha Williams believes the violent cell extraction was carried out to intimidate Black prisoners. In an interview with this reporter, she said, “Officials were trying to incite them into a riot. This was a targeted hit job. The men were blindsided. They weren’t organizing anything. There was nothing going on. They told my husband if he sagged his pants under his ass and had less books in his cell, he wouldn’t be bothered. My husband and the others are not going to play that game.”Williams is asking people to spread the word and mobilize support for the people inside. (San Francisco Bay View, July 20 and 22)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Introduction by Hildegardo Córdova-Aguilar: Peru has a population of 32 million people. Lima’s expanding urban population is approaching 11 million. Millions of workers live in places known as “asentamientos humanos” (human settlements) on the periphery of the historic city center. The settlements grew up on the sides of the surrounding hills during the massive migration and informal urbanization that began in the 1950s. Up to one-third of Lima’s population lives in precarious housing on unstable slopes vulnerable to landslides in the event of the heavy rains that will be inevitable with climate change. In the 1940s, the city’s spread began to encompass the hacienda workers who lived on the edge of the city. Then immigrants from rural parts of the country began to occupy the marginal desert terrain. The city passed legislation in 1960 to legalize the shanty towns. However, later housing developments were not protected by law or provided with infrastructure. The people were left to their own devices. In this context, the neighborhoods were identified as groups of houses occupied by populations lacking water, drainage, electricity, sidewalks, vehicular transit routes, etc. (tinyurl.com/yyqd54at)Lima, PeruThe economic crisis is hitting Peru hard, especially in Lima’s working class sectors called “settlements” where there are hundreds of people’s “ollas,” or food kitchens. People are also organizing to deal with the pandemic, and to face a political crisis that exploded on Nov. 9. It is a process of resistance often invisible to the big media.Peruvian people protestPeople’s kitchens feed the hungryThe ollas have multiplied in Lima during the months of the pandemic. It is estimated that there are more than 800 in the city, principally in the poorest areas. They were created to confront the hunger resulting from the economic recession, the collapse of the informal economy and the lack of a sufficient government response to the crisis.In the district of Independencia, in the northern part of Lima, there are 60 ollas. One of them is in the Ermitaño area on the top of the hill, where the city spreads out before our eyes and we see the splendor of the Pacific Ocean in the distance.Zoraida Vargas Manya is standing in front of the food kitchen with about 40 people, mostly women. “We started up because of everything we are going through. We began to meet with all the mothers looking at the need that exists here in our village,” said Vargas Manya, as the neighbors hauled 50-kilo sacks of rice for the next day’s meals.Vargas Manya explained: “The government had said that we should not leave the house. So many people lost their jobs, and many were living from hand to mouth because they could not go outside anymore, including elders and mothers who had gone out to do their everyday work, carrying their children on their backs.“Then came the hunger, and then the olla,” she continued. “They went everywhere asking for food: the Mayor’s Office, the Ministry of Social Inclusion and social organizations. The response has been insufficient,” says Vargas Manya. In front of the olla that feeds 150 people every day from Monday to Friday, she said, “We are all in the same situation, we are suffering for what we don’t have.”Vargas Manya and the residents of her neighborhood joined the protests when Congress ousted President Martin Vizcarra on Nov. 9. “We didn’t agree with the removal of President Vizcarra. How can one corrupt politician depose another?” she asked, referring to the fact that more than half of the current Congress members are charged with corruption.In Ermitaño, they banged pots. They went out to the streets in the center of Lima. “We think that the politicians are only out for their own interests. That is what they defend. They are not thinking about us, about the people. That’s what I believe,” says Vargas Manya. She expresses a feeling that seems to be widespread among a majority of the population.Mass organizing against COVID-19The organizing in the Independence district was done not only to combat hunger, but it also created community anti-COVID committees.“We are neighbors who have organized ourselves to coordinate with doctors in the health centers,” says Zulay Reinaga, an organizer of one of the eight committees in the district.The committees were originally proposed by the Ministry of Health, but, in reality, there was none of the necessary follow through. “The Ministry proposed them, but the communities created them,” says Rafael Almonte, a Peruvian physician who received his degree in Venezuela. He provided the training in the committees to fight against COVID-19.In the committees, health promoters are trained in the neighborhoods to work at the primary care level and learn how to prevent the disease. Then they explain to the community about the pandemic, how to detect symptoms and how to deal with cases working together with health centers.The presence of the committees has been necessary, said Reinaga, particularly because of the situation in the health centers. “When we have been carrying out the campaigns, we have seen the deficiencies of the Ministry of Health and the municipality,” he said. “We have seen the limitations they have put on the health centers, which lack medicines and equipment that the personnel need to use.”The Peruvian health care system’s shortcomings are a major reason for the overwhelming number of cases, with more than 35,000 deaths, and the [second] highest pandemic mortality rate in the world.Victoria Yépez Placencia, head of the district anti-COVID committee, called Túpac Amaru, explains: “We have developed a system to help the population because the health care system is broken. From the beginning, no primary care was given. There were many deaths because the state did not have the necessary measures ready,”Medical care for all!Placencia says one of their priorities was to go “to the high areas, which lack access to networks, to the Internet.” There, they gave “talks in the same settlements with the mothers. We have encountered the economic problems apart from the COVID problems; 70 percent of Peruvians are informal workers. With everything shut down, they had nothing to eat, so they had an urgent need to create communal ollas.” [Informal workers are precariously self-employed and/or work day to day, week to week without any legal protections or benefits.]The committees were able to carry out projects of organization and prevention, something Dr. Almonte says is strategic: “People are empowered and they want to know all about health, and health belongs to all citizens.” Coupled with that, an immediate material victory was achieved: “With social pressure we have been able to create a people’s pharmacy next to the town hall with access to cheap products.”Youth take the leadErick Macías, known as Celta, is part of the Plasma Collective. He says, “We do community work in the neighborhoods, in the settlements, in the peripheral areas where many times neither the municipality nor anyone else goes. We recover the public spaces in those neighborhoods and we activate them with art and culture.”Celta took part in protest demonstrations after Congress dismissed Vizcarra and appointed as president Manuel Merino, who was forced to resign after five days of massive social pressure. Celta says: “I was there because, more than anything else, it should be our duty for each and every one of us to go and complain about things that we see as unjust. What we saw in the protests was the police mistreatment of the people who were protesting. They fired weapons. People were injured, even murdered.”After the protests, the collective decided to paint two murals in their area, Tahuantinsuyo, which is part of the Independencia district. One mural reads “New Constitution!” and the other one reads “You messed with the wrong generation!” The second mural is a tribute to Inti Sotelo and Jack Bryan Pintado, two young people killed on Nov. 14, when police attacked the demonstration.There are several youth collectives in the district: cultural, artistic and feminist. There are some links between them, although Celta says it is necessary to go further, particularly at a time when the role of youth — called the “failed generation” or the “generation of the bicentennial” — has proven itself to be decisive in national politics.Many believe that this new generation has a major role to play. Yolinda Quiquia Saez is in the same people’s food kitchen where Vargas Manya participates: “The majority of the population may not have good knowledge, but our young people are more attentive to the realities that are happening in our nation with the Congress and with so much corruption. We must give them the opportunity.”Popular resistance is keyThe people’s resistance, the social organizing, has been key in confronting the overlapping crises of health, hunger and the political instability. Those who lead it have often been made invisible by the big media. They are women and young people from the humble neighborhoods constructed on the hills by those who come from rural areas in search of work, like Quiquia Saez .In the settlements, people despise the politicians, who campaign in the neighborhoods as candidates for office and then disappear once they are elected. For this reason, and mainly out of necessity, the people decided to organize themselves and to make demands on the state while building their responses [to the crises] independent of any institutional framework. It was the last straw when Congress impeached Vizcarra and they took over the streets and banged their pots in frustration.The needs are great, particularly in the most neglected sectors. The ollas are overflowing with people who need food. And there is the threat of a probable second wave of the pandemic. In this context, the new government of Fernando Sagasti — the “emergency government,” as he calls it — must succeed in providing concrete solutions. He must give political signals that show that not all political representatives, as people in that neighborhood believe, turn their backs on the people.Published Nov. 23 in Sputnik. Translation by Michael Otto.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
SomaliaAfrica Condemning abusesProtecting journalists ImpunityFreedom of expressionViolence to go further © Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed RSF requests urgent adoption of moratorium on arrests of journalists News News News Help by sharing this information SomaliaAfrica Condemning abusesProtecting journalists ImpunityFreedom of expressionViolence December 14, 2018 RSF calls for Puntland policeman’s arrest for trying to murder journalist RSF_en Receive email alerts Follow the news on Somalia Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the authorities in Somalia’s semi-autonomous northeastern region of Puntland to immediately arrest the police officer who fired a shot at a radio station director in the port city of Bosaso on 9 December and to punish the two soldiers who threatened to kill the same journalist three days after. Radio reporter gunned on city street in central Somalia March 2, 2021 Find out more The Media Association of Puntland (MAP) quoted Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed, the director of Bosaso-based Radio Daljir, as saying it was a miracle that he was not hit by the shot that the policeman fired at him as he was leaving the radio station on 9 December. He said the policeman has not been arrested and is to continuing to work.This murder attempt followed several broadcasts by Radio Daljir raising questions about the security consequences for the region if Asad Osman Abdullahi, a much criticized former head of the Puntland Security Force, wins the Puntland presidential election scheduled for 8 January.Three days after the shooting, Mohamed was threatened by two soldiers (members of the Puntland Security Force) as he was walking down the street near the radio station, according to MAP and to sources contacted by RSF. “The next time we’ll shoot you in the forehead,” one of the soldiers said.“A murder attempt followed by death threats several days later are criminal acts that are unacceptable coming from members of the security forces,” said Arnaud Froger, the head of RSF’s Africa desk. “How is it that this easily identifiable policeman has not been arrested already ? The Puntland authorities cannot allow a member of their security forces to deliberately open fire on a journalist, and they cannot allow soldiers to continue making death threats against him. We call for the immediate arrest of the policeman who fired the shot and for a thorough investigation aimed at identifying and punishing the soldiers who made the threats.”Impunity continues to reign for crimes of violence against journalists in Somalia. As RSF reported at the time, TV cameraman Abdirisaq Qasim Iman was on his way to work at Somali Broadcasting Services on 26 July when he was shot dead by a police officer at a checkpoint near Mogadishu. The policeman has yet to be arrested or charged although more than four months have gone by.Somali is ranked 168th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. January 8, 2021 Find out more RSF and NUSOJ call for release of a journalist held in Somalia’s Puntland region February 24, 2021 Find out more News Organisation