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Summer Sports Events for Bookies

Major Summer Sports Events That Will Keep Sportsbooks Thriving

Summer is just about here. It’s time for pay per head agents to mark down their calendars with these important summer sports events.

Promoting the sporting below should lead to plenty of profit.

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Moving on, here’s the start of summer sports events, happening in June.

June 2018

Belmont Stakes, June 9

If Justify wins the Preakness Stakes on May 19, he’ll be a short-priced favorite to win the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes on June 9.

Hopefully, Justify does win the Preakness Stakes. That will make it easy to promote the Belmont

PGA Tour: U.S. Open, June 14-17

Tiger Woods should be competitive throughout May and into the first couple of weeks of June. When Tiger plays well, promoting golf majors like the U.S. Open is as easy as just name-dropping Tiger.

FIFA World Cup, June 14 – July 15

The month-long FIFA World Cup should provide tons of action. Per head agents should promote the FIFA World Cup by concentrating on name players: Messi, Neymar, Ronaldo, and Suarez.

July 2018

Tennis: Wimbledon Championships, July 2 – July 15

Tennis betting is often light until a major. Wimbledon might be the major of all majors.

Like with World Cup promotions, promote Wimbledon by concentrating on the name participants: Serena, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, etc.

MLB All-Star Game, July 17

The MLB All-Star Game is always a highlight for baseball bettors.

Don’t forget to promote all the props surrounding the MLB All-Star Game as well as the game itself.

Also, try to use the MLB All-Star Game as a segway

PGA Tour: The Open Championship, July 19 – 22

Even if Tiger isn’t playing well, the 2018 Open Championship should be an excellent tournament.

A good way to promote The Open Championship is to educate bettors on how links courses found in Scotland are different than golf courses found in the United States.

August 2018

NFL Hall-of-Fame Game, Aug. 2

The annual NFL Hall-of-Fame Game starts off the NFL Preseason. Although per head agents should remind bettors about NFL Preseason games, the real way to make money is to promote prop bets before the NFL Regular Season starts.

Bookies can promote every available NFL prop bet during the entire month of August.

PGA Tour: PGA Championship, Aug. 9 – 12

The PGA Championship is the final golf major of the year. Promote it that way.

Tennis: U.S. Open, Aug. 27 – Sep. 10

Tennis’ U.S. Open ends the summer slate of big-time sports events. Make sure to promote tennis betting on the final major of 2018.

Also, note that NASCAR runs a race pretty much every weekend until December. NASCAR betting can provide fun, low cost, betting entertainment for your clients.

Saratoga and Del Mar run some of the best horse races in the world starting in July and into August. Make sure to promote the online racebook.

Finally, all online bookie agents should promote the online casino during the summer.

Grabbing online casino income could be icing on the profitable summer cake.

If you didn’t already mark these summer sports events on your calendar, bookmark this article so you know exactly when to promote these profitable events.

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