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What’s Left To Bet On During COVID-19 Pandemic

Remaining Sports to Bet On

With many major sports leagues across the world being put on hold during the COVID-19 outbreak, sports bettors are left wondering where and what they can continue to wager on.

Some of the North American teams have decided to move their seasons to the gaming world with simulated esports, while sportsbooks themselves have their own virtual sports that you can place a bet on. That said, if you would rather live-action competition, don’t worry, we have a list of what sports are still underway.

Soccer

Freshen up on the 16 teams competing in the Belarusian Premier League as they began to play this past weekend in the first of a 10-week season. The Vysshaya Liga has eight games a week from Friday to Sunday.

Additionally, the Myanmar National League is midway through its season, which is good because there’s data you can research to assist in placing a wager.

Belarus - Vysshaya Liga
WinnerOdds
Zhodino-185
Belshina Bobruisk+425
Draw+280

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Myanmar - National League
WinnerOdds
Magwe+600
Yangon United-280
Draw+360

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Basketball

You have to look to Russia if you’re looking for some slam dunks. Daily you can find lines on the MLBL, Liga PRO 3x3 and the Nevskaya Basketbolnaya Liga Division 1. Finding stats and trends on these leagues can be a little difficult but you can often follow on your favorite sportsbooks and place in-game plays.

Russia - Liga PRO 3x3
WinnerOdds
Spartak-Pro Khabarovsk 3x3-145
Dinamo-Pro Khabarovsk 3x3EVEN

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - MLBL
WinnerOdds
Sparta Rostov-on-Don+165
Sbornaya 2003 Rostov-on-Don-235

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - Nevskaya Basketbolnaya Liga Division 1
WinnerOdds
Gazprom PHG Saint Petersburg+275
Gazprom Neft-400

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Hockey

Once again, eastern Europe is where we look for some action on the ice. Today, Russia is holding a Liga Pro Night Tournament with three 10-minute periods.

Meanwhile, Belarus is in the semifinals of its playoffs and Neman Grodno will be taking on Soligorsk in Game 7 of their series. The winner will move on to play top-seeded Yunost Minsk, who advanced in five games in their semifinal series.

Belarus - Extraliga Playoffs
WinnerOdds
HC Shakhtyor Soligorsk-110
Neman Grodno-125

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - Liga Pro Night Tournament 3x10 Min
WinnerOdds
Molotoboytsy-1.5 (+185)
Four Ledokols+1.5 (-265)

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - Liga Pro Night Tournament 3x10 Min
WinnerOdds
Rockety-110
Chetire Ronina-125

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - Liga Pro Night Tournament 3x10 Min
WinnerOdds
Boevye Lisy+1.5 (-225)
Stalnye Kabany-1.5 (+160)

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Table Tennis

Well, the WTA and ATP are dealing with the same situation as most of the sports around the world and have suspended play. However, table tennis is alive and well. There are many head-to-head matchups you can bet on from Russia’s Pro League in Moscow, the TT-Cup in Ukraine, the Setka Cup in Ukraine and the women’s Setka Cup in Ukraine.

Now there are no outright markets for table tennis, just head-to-head matchups and plenty of them.

Russia - Pro League Moscow
WinnerOdds
Vladimir Nemashkalo+125
Alexander Skrebnev-175

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Russia - Pro League Moscow
WinnerOdds
Ilya Berezin+325
Sergey Medvedev-550

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Ukraine - TT-Cup
WinnerOdds
Dmitrii Derevinskii-230
Prokhor Pugach+160

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Ukraine - Setka Cup
WinnerOdds
Andrey TroyanEVEN
Stefan Jakimenko-140

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Ukraine - Setka Cup
WinnerOdds
Anatoliy Nazarov+195
Vladyslav Mischenko-290

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Volleyball

The Russia volleyball Pro League is in its second week right now. The opening week had 12 games, while this week only has 10. Games usually take place midweek, but in the Superleague, Gazprom-Yugra withdrew from the playoffs so the pro league may suffer the same fate shortly.

Russia - Russia League Pro
WinnerOdds
Altai Barnaul+110
Iskra Omsk-pro-150

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

WWE

WWE Raw and Smackdown have continued amid the coronavirus pandemic. That said, the show is no longer traveling, rather taking place in front of an empty arena at the WWE Performance Center. Even the sport’s biggest event WrestleMania is set to go on in the same fashion.

WrestleMania - WWE Championship
WinnerOdds
Brock Lesnar +180
Drew McIntyre-270

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Virtual Sports

Many sportsbooks offer their own sports which you can wager on. There’s usually some basketball and a variety of racing, from horses to greyhounds to camels. These contests are quick and new events take place every couple of minutes.

Esports

With conventional sports coming to a halt, teams are turning on the video game platforms and putting their skills to the test there. Additionally, Counter-Strike and Call of Duty are other games unrelated to sports in which there are daily betting opportunities available.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - ESL Pro League
Team1X2SpreadMap 1Map 2Map 3
North+125+1.5 -225OVER 2.5 EVEN+110+105
BIG-160-1.5 +175UNDER 2.5 -130-140-130

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Entertainment/Politics

The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest event that President Donald Trump has faced in his first term. With the economy in turmoil and millions of people being quarantined, Trump is still the favorite to win the U.S. election in November, with Joe Biden trailing by a small margin.

U.S. Presidential Election 2020
WinnerOdds
Donald Trump-105
Joe Biden+105
Bernie Sanders+4000
Andrew Cuomo+5000
Mike Pence+5000
Hillary Clinton+6000
Nikki Haley+10000
Michelle Obama+20000
Tulis Gabbard+50000

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Maybe you like to unplug from all the stressors going on, getting away from the COVID-19 news and politics. Perhaps you watch one of the longest-running reality TV shows, Survivor, which is on its 40th season with all former winners competing for a $2-million prize. 

Odds to win Survivor Season 40
WinnerOdds
Tony Vlachos+125
Kim Spradlin-Wolfe+500
Michele Fitzgerald+500
Natalie Anderson+500
Sophie Clarke+600
Yul Kwon+800
Sarah Lacina+900
Nick Wilson+1000
Wendell Holland+1000
Ben Driebergen+2000
Jeremy Collins+2000
Adam Klein+2500
Parvati Shallow+3300
Denise Stapley+5000
Sandra Diaz-Twine+10000

Odds as of March 23 at Bovada

Overall, sports betting has and will have a new look to it for the foreseeable future, but if you’re looking, there are still live sports you can wager on.