With the college season here, and the volume of games, and the volume of quashfests within those games, the initial criteria for vBookies will be 1.) Team must be ranked in AP Top 25, and 2.) the game must not be lopsided, according to the oddsmakers.
I may throw in a few more games as warranted to try and give a decent selection, especially when the big-time rivalries come into play later in the season.
Can I suggest/volunteer to do events for both Formula 1 races and the Champions League?
__________________ ďItís embarrassing. Iím embarrassed to be here right now. Itís not even funny. And itís just embarrassing, the way we, you know, the energy we have in the room and the way we approach practices and the way we approach this game. Itís not how youíre going to win any games in this league." - Jean-Sebastien Giguere, April 8 2013
English Premier League football every weekend.
Other football matches if I'm feeling bored. Chosen at random.
European Championship qualifiers.
European World Cup qualifiers.
Selected International Friendly matches.
UEFA Champions League matches.
UEFA Europa League knockout matches. Too many to do in the groups.
Formula 1 qualifying and races
Selected tennis events. Mainly grand slam matches.
Selected snooker events. The Masters, UK Championship and World Championship spring to mind.
While the Sunday NFL vBookies for Week 11 have been created, the Chicago-San Francisco MNF game vBookie will be delayed due to the questionable status surrounding San Francisco QB Alex Smith. Check back Sunday night or early Monday for that event.
NCAA odds aren't being put out in advance this week for some reason. I didn't get TCU-Texas until the day of. If that pattern holds true, I may have to do the Friday games on Friday morning, and hope they get Saturday games out in a timely fashion.
"Trust me I'm an expert, I watched 13 rangers games on NHL center Ice this year through streaming." -Starburst
"I don't even understand what the point of all this arguing is. Are you guys hoping that the other side is going to have an epiphany and go 'Oh, OH! You're right, we ARE going to lose this series!'" -Crease