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Chinese military on Friday arrested 21 suspects in tie with a burglary of patron information from Alibaba Group Holding’s logistics associate Cainiao Network, state news group Xinhua reported.

More than 10 million pieces of patron information – including user names, phone numbers and parcel tracking numbers – were stolen from Cainiao, that provides logistics support to Alibaba’s Taobao e-commerce platform, a news said.

The group pronounced that military in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, had been told by a logistics association in Jun that barcode scanners used in a placement stations had been putrescent with malware.

The confidence crack had now been fixed, Cainiao told Xinhua.

In a statement, Cainiao pronounced it had rescued a questionable malware infection in some of a parcel scanners used by a logistics partners progressing this year and immediately reported a commentary to a military and upgraded a systems.

It pronounced a military review dynamic that nothing of a illegally performed information had been common with any third parties.

“Cainiao views insurance of patron information as a top priority and will continue a strong efforts to keep a height secure,” it added.

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Esports Entertainment Group Signs Affiliate Marketing Agreements with Additional 34 Esports Teams, Bringing Total To …

ST. MARY’S, Antigua, Sept. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Esports Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTCQB:GMBL) (or a “Company”), a protected online gambling association with a specific concentration on esports wagering and 18+ gaming, is gratified to announce Affiliate Marketing Agreements with 34 additional esports teams as a Company continues to ramp adult associate selling activities in support of a new launch of vie.gg, a world’s initial and many pure esports betting exchange.

The further of these 34 esports teams brings a sum series of esports group affiliates to 134 given a Company’s initial proclamation on Apr 5th, representing a vital miracle for Esports Entertainment Group, as good as, a vital eventuality within a esports universe where no other esports wagering site has ever sealed an Affiliate Marketing Agreement with an esports team.  The Company anticipates many some-more Affiliate Marketing Agreements with esports teams via 2018.

NEWEST ESPORT TEAM AFFILIATES EXPAND GLOBAL REACH INTO SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA

The further of a 34 esports teams next represents a poignant geographical enlargement and balancing of a Company’s partners.  Whereas a initial 60 esports teams were heavily strong in Europe, a final 74 esports teams have essentially come from South and Central America.  The geographical placement of a many new esports group associate partners is as follows:

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Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports Entertainment Group, stated, “We wish to acquire all of a new esports group partners from South America. The segment has a outrageous esports fan bottom and we demeanour brazen to operative closely with these teams as they rivet with their fans during home and around a globe.”

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Esports Entertainment Group, Inc. is a protected online gambling association with a specific concentration on esports wagering and 18+ gaming. Esports Entertainment offers gamble sell character wagering on esports events in a licensed, regulated and secure height to a tellurian esports assembly during vie.gg.  In addition, Esports Entertainment intends to offer users from around a universe a ability to attend in multi-player mobile and PC video diversion tournaments for money prizes. Esports Entertainment is led by a group of attention professionals and technical experts from a online gambling and a video diversion industries, and esports. The Company binds licenses to control online gambling and 18+ gaming on a tellurian basement in Curacao, Kingdom of a Netherlands and a Kahnawake Gaming Commission in Canada. The Company maintains offices in Antigua, Curacao and Warsaw, Poland. Esports Entertainment common batch is listed on a OTCQB underneath a pitch GMBL.  For some-more information revisit www.esportsentertainmentgroup.com
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2019 Nissan TITAN to underline shred disdainful Fender® Premium Audio System by Panasonic

PRESS RELEASE:

  • 2019 TITAN will be a initial Nissan car and a usually lorry in a category to underline a Fender® Premium Audio System
  • New audio complement facilities 12 speakers with amplifier energy of 485 watts by 9 channels, assisting emanate a “emotion of a live performance” inside a 2019 TITAN
  • System is a initial to offer Panasonic’s disdainful Acoustic Motion Control™ technology, shortening a quivering in a particular speakers to yield an immersive and minute sound experience
  • 2019 TITAN will go on sale this fall

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Bringing a fable of stone and hurl inside a 2019 Nissan TITAN, Nissan and Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America will broach a new Fender® Premium Audio System to a lorry this fall. The 2019 TITAN will be a initial Nissan car and a usually lorry in a category to underline a Fender Premium Audio System.

Inspiring “the tension of a live performance,” a Fender Premium Audio System includes 12 speakers (10 on King Cab models) with an amplifier energy of 485 watts by 9 channels. For a some-more accurate immersive performance, a new Fender Premium Audio complement incorporates Panasonic’s disdainful Acoustic Motion Control™ technology, that helps revoke quivering in a particular speakers to yield an immersive and minute sound distinct any in a class.

“Every journey requires a good soundtrack,” pronounced Fred DePerez, clamp president, Nissan North America LCV Business Unit. “With a new Fender Premium Audio System, each chair of a 2019 TITAN will feel like a front quarrel during your favorite unison venue.”

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Panasonic Automotive, Fender and Nissan engineers and designers worked collaboratively to raise a TITAN pushing knowledge with a sound complement that delivers rich, energetic and immersive song quality. The 12 speakers featured in a Fender Premium Audio System in a 2019 TITAN have been strategically offset and integrated into a pattern of a lorry to broach a tension of a live opening for a motorist and all passengers.

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The 2019 Nissan TITAN Fender Premium Audio System features:

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  • 8-inch SLDD subwoofer with 10 liter enclosure

The Fender Premium Audio System will launch on name trim levels of a 2019 TITAN and 2019 TITAN XD this fall. For some-more information on TITAN and a finish Nissan car lineup, greatfully visit NissanNews.com.

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About Nissan Motor Co.
Nissan is a tellurian full-line car manufacturer that sells some-more than 60 models underneath a Nissan, INFINITI and Datsun brands. In mercantile year 2017, a association sole 5.77 million vehicles globally, generating income of 11.9 trillion yen. On Apr 1, 2017, a association embarked on Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022, a six-year devise targeting a 30% boost in annualized revenues to 16.5 trillion yen by a finish of mercantile 2022, along with accumulative giveaway money upsurge of 2.5 trillion yen. As partial of Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022, a association skeleton to extend a care in electric vehicles, symbolized by a world’s best-selling all-electric car in history, a Nissan LEAF. Nissan’s tellurian domicile in Yokohama, Japan, manages operations in 6 regions: Asia Oceania; Africa, a Middle East India; China; Europe; Latin America; and North America. Nissan has partnered with French manufacturer Renault given 1999 and acquired a 34% interest in Mitsubishi Motors in 2016. Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is currently a world’s largest automotive partnership, with total sales of some-more than 10.6 million vehicles in calendar year 2017.

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Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America is a multiplication association of Panasonic Corporation of North America and a heading tellurian retailer of automotive infotainment and connectivity complement solutions. Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America acts as a North American associate of Panasonic Corp.’s Automotive Industrial Systems Company, that coordinates tellurian automotive and industrial systems and components operations. Panasonic Automotive is headquartered in Peachtree City, Georgia, and with sales, selling and engineering operations in Farmington Hills, Mich. For some-more information on Panasonic Automotive, greatfully visit: http://us.panasonic.com/automotive.

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About Panasonic Corporation of North America
Newark, NJ-based Panasonic Corporation of North America is a heading record partner and integrator to businesses, supervision agencies and consumers opposite a region. The association is a principal North American auxiliary of Osaka, Japan-based Panasonic Corporation and leverages a strengths in Immersive Entertainment, Sustainable Energy, Integrated Supply Chains and Mobility Solutions to capacitate a business-to-business customers. Panasonic was highlighted in Forbes Magazine’s Global 2000 ranking as one of a Top Ten Best Regarded Companies for 2017. The ranking is formed on superb scores for trustworthiness, probity with a open and higher opening of products and solutions. Learn some-more about Panasonic’s ideas and innovations at Panasonic.com.

About Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
Since 1946, Fender has revolutionized song and enlightenment as one of a world’s heading low-pitched instrument manufacturers, marketers and distributors. Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), whose portfolio of brands includes Fender®, Squier®, Gretsch® guitars, Jackson®, EVH® and Charvel®, follows a player-centric proceed to crafting a top peculiarity instruments and low-pitched solutions opposite genres. FMIC is dedicated to unlocking a energy of song by electric and acoustic guitars, amplifiers, pro audio, accessories and digital products that enthuse and capacitate low-pitched countenance during each stage, from beginners to history-making legends. For some-more information, visit www.fender.com.

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Game Primer: OU vs. Army West Point

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OPENING KICK

• After picking adult a 17th loyal loyal highway win by violence Iowa State 37-27, No. 5/5 Oklahoma (3-0, 1-0) earnings home to horde Army West Point (2-1) on Saturday during 6 p.m. CT during Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The foe will be televised on a pay-per-view basement by FOX with Brendan Burke, Gary Reasons and Christian Steckel announcing.

• The Sooners are creation their 408th all-time entrance in a AP poll’s tip 5 this week, some-more than any other program. That means OU has been in a tip 5 in 36 percent of all AP polls (1,139 sum polls) that started in 1936. This is OU’s 13th entrance in a AP tip 5 given a start of 2017.

• OU is 24-4-1 (.845) all-time as a No. 5 group in a AP Poll and has won 4 loyal games when ranked fifth and 11 of a final 12. It is 11-2-1 during home as a No. 5 squad.

• Oklahoma has won some-more Big 12 titles over a final 19 years (11) than it has mislaid home games. OU is 108-10 (.915) during Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium given a start of a 1999 season, with all 118 of those games sellouts. It is a best home winning commission among Power Five schools over a final 19-plus seasons (Ohio State is subsequent during .884). OU has outscored a opponents by an normal of 42-16 in those games.

• OU is entrance off a 37-27 feat during Iowa State on Saturday, a Sooners’ nation-leading 17th loyal loyal highway win. Kyler Murray threw for a career-high 348 yards and 3 touchdowns while adding 77 yards on a ground, and Marquise Brown hauled in 9 passes for 191 yards, one of them a 75-yard explosve for a TD. Brown’s 189 receiving yards before halftime set a propagandize record for receiving yards in a half.

• Army notched a ninth loyal home win on Saturday opposite Hawai’i, 28-21, and forced 3 incompletions to finish a diversion after a Rainbow Warriors got to a Army 11-yard line. Quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr. led a Black Knights by flitting for 162 yards and rushing for 110. He became a initial Army actor in 3 seasons to pass and rush for 100 yards in a game.

• The Sooners have scored during slightest 30 points in 26 of their final 27 games (29 in a other). They have won 25 of those 27 contests. OU’s 25-2 record given Oct. 1, 2016, is a nation’s second best (Alabama is 26-2).

FOR THE FANS

• Approximately dual hours before any home game, conduct manager Lincoln Riley and a Sooners will disembark a group buses immediately west of a intersection of Lindsey Street and Jenkins Avenue for a “Walk of Champions.” A pep rally, conducted by OU Spirit, will be hold 15 mins before to a team’s arrival. This week’s pep convene will be during approximately 3:30 p.m. with a group nearing during approximately 3:45 p.m. Fans are speedy to hearten on a group on attainment and watch as Coach Riley and a patrol travel a final yards west along Lindsey St. to their locker room.

• Sooner Fan Fest will be hold in a Rhyne Hall parking lot directly easterly of McCasland Field House. It opens during 2 p.m. off Jenkins Avenue and concludes during 5:30 p.m. Fans will have a event to accommodate Boomer and Sooner and have their photos taken with a Sooner Schooner, a mascots and members of a OU suggestion squads during a OU Marketing trailer. Other elements during Fan Fest this week embody a GoVision jumbotron display other games opposite a country, a U.S. Army STEM train and designation sessions with Sooner good Roy Williams (4-5 p.m.) and a OU women’s gymnastics group (3:30-5 p.m.). Food will be accessible from a following food trucks: Midway Deli, The Meating Place, Phill Me Up Cheesesteaks, That Pie Truck and Kona Ice. And a Sooner Radio Network (flagship 107.7 The Franchise) will be broadcasting live from Fan Fest from 4 to 5 p.m. with Toby Rowland, Merv Johnson, Chris Plank, Ted Lehman and Rufus Alexander.

• A array of other special activities are designed for a game.

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FIVE KEY STORYLINES

• Saturday’s diversion will symbol a fourth assembly between Oklahoma and Army, with a Sooners heading a array 2-1. It’s a initial diversion of a home-and-home series, with a Black Knights scheduled to horde OU during West Point, N.Y., on Sept. 26, 2020. Army won a initial assembly in 1946, 21-7 during West Point, a same year it notched a third loyal inhabitant title. OU responded with wins in 1959 (28-20 in Norman) and 1961 (14-8 during New York’s Yankee Stadium).

• Army’s triple-option offense should bleed some smiles from some-more gifted OU fans who reveled in a Sooners’ wishbone exploits of a 1970s and ’80s. The Black Knights arrange second nationally with their 62.3 rushing attempts per diversion (interestingly, a other dual use academy teams arrange initial and third — Air Force averages 66.5 and Navy 61.3). They also arrange sixth with their 306.7 rushing yards per contest. While Army doesn’t chuck mostly (it’s 13.0 attempts per diversion are fourth fewest in a country), it leads a republic with a 23.3 yards per completion. OU ranks 10th with a 16.8 yards per completion.

• Oklahoma has outscored a 3 opponents 149-62. In a initial half, a domain is 87-17. The final time OU surrendered 17 or fewer sum first-half points by a initial 3 games of a deteriorate was in 2014 (gave adult 10). The invulnerability has available scores on usually 3 of 22 first-half foe security this season.

• In 10 games as a Sooner (four starts), quarterback Kyler Murray has finished 67 of his 94 pass attempts (.713) for 1,222 yards and 11 touchdowns with one interception, good for a 217.0 flitting potency rating. For perspective, Baker Mayfield’s FBS-record single-season potency rating final year was 198.9. For some-more perspective, Murray’s yardage total, touchdown-to-interception ratio and potency rating are all improved by 94 pass attempts during OU than those of Mayfield, Sam Bradford and Jason White, a Sooners’ 3 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks (see breeze on a bottom of page 3 of these notes).

• The Sooners have been disruptive behind a line of scrimmage, recording 28 tackles for detriment (9.3 average) to arrange seventh nationally, and 9 sacks (3.0 average) to arrange 21st in a country. Last year, OU averaged 5.4 TFLs and 1.9 sacks per contest. The 9 sacks this deteriorate have come from 7 players.

SCOUTING ARMY WEST POINT

• Army West Point carries a two-game winning strain into Gaylord Family — Oklahoma Memorial Stadium this weekend. The Black Knights degraded Liberty 38-14 in week 2 and formerly widespread Hawai’i 28-21 on Saturday after descending 34-14 during Duke on opening weekend.

• The Black Knights have tranquil a turn for an normal of 39:38 per game, withdrawal usually 20:22 for their opponents, and converted 9 of 10 fourth downs and 22 of 47 third downs. Army is permitting 386.7 sum yards per diversion — 275.0 flitting and 111.7 rushing — and usually a 29-percent (8 of 28) third-down acclimatisation rate.

• Army, that led a republic in rushing during 362.3 yards per diversion in 2017, is averaging 306.7 yards on a belligerent by 3 outings this year, and adds 140.0 flitting yards per contest. The Knights are 18 for 39 flitting this season, after completing usually 20 of 65 passes for 361 yards in all of 2017. Kelvin Hopkins Jr. is 18 for 38 by a atmosphere for 420 yards and both flitting touchdowns. Glen Coates (four catches, 52 yards), Camden Harrison (three catches, 92 yards, one TD) and Christian Hayes (three catches, 87 yards, one TD) lead a Army receiving corps.

• Army’s heading triple choice rushing conflict is led by Hopkins (68.7 yards per game), Darnell Woolfolk (62.7 yards per contest) and Connor Slomka (51.0 yards per game). Hopkins and Woolfolk have any scored 3 touchdowns while Slomka has dual rushing scores.

• Army conduct manager Jeff Monken is 26-27 in his fifth year during West Point, and 62-43 in his ninth year overall. In 2016, he led Army to a initial win over Navy given 2001, and in 2017 was a finalist for a Paul “Bear” Bryant Award and a Eddie Robinson Award for inhabitant manager of a year.

• In 2017, Army posted a initial 10-win deteriorate and initial Commander in Chief’s Trophy (awarded to any season’s leader of a triangular array among Army, Air Force and Navy) given 1996. The Black Knights warranted their second loyal win over Navy (14-13) and claimed their 10th feat of a year by defeating San Diego State in a Armed Forces Bowl.

OU-ARMY SERIES HISTORY

• Saturday’s diversion will symbol a fourth assembly between Oklahoma and Army, with a Sooners heading a array 2-1. It’s a initial diversion of a home-and-home series, with a Black Knights scheduled to horde OU during West Point, N.Y., on Sept. 26, 2020.

• Army won a initial assembly 21-7 during West Point on Sept. 28, 1946, a same year it notched a third loyal inhabitant title. The Cadets featured a camber of Heisman Trophy winners in fullback Doc Blanchard (won in 1945) and halfback Glenn Davis (won in 1946), nonetheless Blanchard missed a diversion due to a knee injury. Even yet Oklahoma mislaid by 14, a diversion is deliberate to be a branch indicate for a program. The foe for OU, that had left 5-5 a year before, was a initial underneath new conduct manager Jim Tatum and an partner manager named Bud Wilkinson. The feat for Army was a 20th straight, though was anything though easy. With President Harry S. Truman in attendance, OU took a 7-0 second-quarter lead before settling for a 7-7 halftime tie. Down 14-7 in a fourth quarter, a Sooners marched low into Army domain usually to have a pass intercepted and returned 86 yards for a game’s final points. The Sooners singular Davis to 22 yards on 12 carries on a day (1.8 average), and to 0-for-7 flitting with an interception. Tatum, who led OU to an 8-3 record and Big Six Conference pretension that year, left for Maryland after a season. Wilkinson took over and went 145-29-4 in his 17 years as conduct coach, winning 3 inhabitant championships and induction a 47-game winning strain — an NCAA record that still stands.

• The Sooners claimed a subsequent dual meetings with Wilkinson as conduct coach, 28-20 in 1959 in Norman, and 14-8 in 1961 during Yankee Stadium in New York. Both games were played in mid-November.

DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD BROWN

• Marquise Brown, who hails from Hollywood, Fla., was one of a country’s many bomb receivers final year, and 2018 is no different. Brown ranks fifth nationally in receiving yards per diversion (137.3) this season, and among players averaging during slightest 4 receptions per diversion he ranks fourth in a republic with his 21.7 yards per catch.

• Brown leads a republic this deteriorate with his 4 catches of during slightest 40 yards, and he is tied for initial with 3 receptions of during slightest 50 yards. His prolonged receiving plays this deteriorate have left for 75 yards (TD), 65 yards (TD), 58 yards (TD) and 48 yards.

• Since a start of a 2017 season, Brown leads a republic with his 10 catches of during slightest 50 yards. The subsequent tip sum among active players is 7 (Missouri’s Emanuel Hall and SMU’s James Proche). The 10 grabs for Brown have left for 87, 84, 77, 75, 66, 65, 58, 56, 52 and 50 yards. Seven of those 10 receptions have resulted in a touchdown.

• Brown has started his OU career by induction 76 catches for 1,507 yards (19.8 average) and 10 touchdowns. His 1,507 receiving yards are 400 some-more than a Sooner with a second many yards in a initial 16 games of a career (Jalen Saunders tallied 1,107 in 2012 and ’13 as a youth and senior). Brown’s 10 receiving TDs are a third many in propagandize story by 16 games (Ryan Broyles had 13 and Mark Andrews 11).

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MURRAY ANOTHER HEISMAN HOPEFUL

• After a rival conflict during Aug camp, conduct manager Lincoln Riley announced Aug. 22 that redshirt youth Kyler Murray would be OU’s starting quarterback for a deteriorate opener opposite Florida Atlantic and that redshirt sophomore Austin Kendall would be his backup. Through 3 games, Riley’s preference has valid fruitful, with Murray ranking 11th nationally in sum offense per diversion (344.0 yards; didn’t play in second half vs. Florida Atlantic), fifth in yards per pass try (11.8), sixth in yards per execution (17.6), sixth in flitting potency rating (199.8) and seventh in yards per play (10.1).

• A 5-10, 195-pounder from Allen, Texas, Murray is looking to turn OU’s fourth Heisman Trophy finalist in a final 3 years (Baker Mayfield in 2016 and ’17 and Dede Westbrook in 2016), and a second loyal leader (Mayfield). He has finished 49 of 73 passes for 863 yards (287.7 per game) and 8 touchdowns with usually one interception. He also paces a patrol with his 169 rushing yards (56.3 per game, 5.8 per carry) and has scored dual TDs on a ground.

• Murray was a backup final deteriorate to Mayfield, who won OU’s sixth Heisman Trophy as a Sooners claimed their third loyal Big 12 pretension and finished a College Football Playoff for a second time in 3 years.

• Only 6 times given a start of a Big 12 Conference in 1996 has a Sooner thrown for during slightest 300 yards and rushed for during slightest 65 in a game, and Murray has finished it twice (each of a final dual weeks). He upheld for 306 yards and ran for 69 opposite UCLA before throwing for a career-high 348 and rushing for 77 during Iowa State. For his bid opposite UCLA, Murray was named Big 12 Offensive Player of a Week, Walter Camp National Offensive Player of a Week and a Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of a Week.

• Amazingly, Murray was some-more fit as a passer final deteriorate than was Mayfield — a male who binds a tip dual single-season flitting potency ratings in vital college football history. Murray finished 18 of his 21 throws for 359 yards and 3 touchdowns though an interception in 7 games in 2017. He boasted an eye-popping 276.5 potency rating to Mayfield’s record-setting 198.9 mark, though didn’t have nearby adequate pass attempts to validate in a category.

• Murray started his collegiate career during Texas AM, where he played in 8 games and finished 3 starts in 2015. He was a accord five-star partisan out of Allen High School and was named 2014 inhabitant high propagandize actor of a year by Parade, Gatorade, MaxPreps and USA Today. Murray went 43-0 as a high propagandize starter and warranted state titles any of his final 3 years.

• Also a standout on a diamond, Murray played core margin for Skip Johnson’s OU round group and was a first-round collect (No. 9 overall) by a Oakland A’s in June’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. He was a usually Big 12 actor picked in a initial turn of a 2018 breeze and he sealed in mid-June. Murray strike .296 with 10 home runs, 13 doubles, 47 RBIs and 10 stolen bases in 51 games (50 starts). He finished a year with a condense line of .296/.398/.556.

SPECIAL TEAMS HAVE BEEN SPECIAL

• Special teams have been a vital certain for a Sooners by 3 games. Among teams with during slightest 5 kickoff earnings this season, OU ranks second nationally with a 34.8 normal on a strength of Tre Brown. The sophomore cornerback, who ranks fourth in a republic in kickoff lapse yards, has gathered 165 yards (41.3 average) on 4 returns, including an 86-yarder in a initial entertain vs. UCLA that set adult a restraining touchdown after OU fell behind 7-0.

• Among teams with during slightest 7 punt returns, OU ranks 10th nationally with a 15.6 average. Sophomore receiver CeeDee Lamb is averaging 13.5 yards on his 6 returns, interjection mostly to a 66-yard runback vs. UCLA. Redshirt youth receiver Lee Morris has one lapse for 28 yards.

• Last year, OU ranked 98th nationally in flog lapse normal (19.3 yards) and 97th in punt lapse normal (5.59).

• Opponents have usually returned dual punts this deteriorate and they have left for a sum -1 yard. The Sooners also purebred their initial blocked punt given 2013 in a opener opposite Florida Atlantic, and it resulted in their initial blocked punt TD given 2002. Morris purebred a retard and Curtis Bolton fell on a turn in a finish zone.

• Senior kicker/punter Austin Seibert is 19-for-19 on PATs this deteriorate after going 81-for-81 final year. His strain of 112 creates is a third longest in a nation. Twenty of his 22 kickoffs this deteriorate have also resulted in touchbacks (his 90.1 percent rate is fifth best in a nation).

• Seibert ranks initial during OU and second in a Big 12 in all-time additional points finished (142), 32 behind a discussion record of 274 set by Baylor’s Aaron Jones (2010-13). He ranks 10th all-time in Big 12 scoring (389 points) and fourth in points per diversion (9.0). Seibert needs dual points to pass former OU using behind DeMarco Murray (390 points) for ninth many in Big 12 history.

OFFENSE HAS ROLLED UNDER RILEY

• Oklahoma has a legitimate explain as a nation’s many prolific offense given a start of a 2015 season, that was Lincoln Riley’s initial year as OU’s descent coordinator. Riley called plays as a program’s descent coordinator and continues to as conduct coach.

• Since a start of a 2015 season, OU ranks initial nationally in flitting potency rating (188.2; subsequent closest is 161.5), execution commission (69.3), points per diversion (44.6), sum offense (555.2), touchdowns from struggle (242) and yards per pass try (10.6), and is sixth in flitting offense (330.1) and 20th in rushing offense (225.1).

• In 43 games given a start of a 2015 season, OU has purebred during slightest 500 yards of sum offense 31 times, including in 21 of a final 27 outings, surfaced a 600-yard symbol on 15 occasions and left over 700 yards 4 times. Similarly, OU has scored during slightest 30 points in 38 of 43 games during a Riley regime, during slightest 40 points 28 times, during slightest 50 points 16 times and during slightest 60 points 6 times.

SOONERS HAVE DOMINATED BIG 12 ERA

• OU’s opening in a Big 12 Conference this millennium has been zero brief of dominant. The Sooners have won 11 Big 12 titles in a final 17 seasons, with no other module during that camber winning some-more than two.

• Since a initial year of a Big 12 in 1996, OU has claimed 11 joining titles and is followed by Texas (three), Baylor, Kansas State and Nebraska (two each), and Colorado, Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas AM (one each).

• OU is 125-27 (.822) in unchanging deteriorate Big 12 play given a start of a 2000 season. That’s 22 some-more wins than a module with a subsequent many victories during that duration (Texas; 103-48) and 38 some-more than a module with a third many (Oklahoma State; 86-65).

COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S BEST

• During a complicated epoch of college football (since a finish of World War II), a Sooners are a nation’s No. 1 group with some-more wins (643) than any other program. Only Boise State owns a improved winning commission (.771; played 449 fewer games) during that camber than OU (.767).

• OU is a highest-scoring module in college football story with 35,265 points (in 1,263 games).

• No module has some-more all-time 10-win seasons than Oklahoma, that has 38. In addition, OU’s 24 seasons with during slightest 11 wins are a many in college football history.

• Since former conduct manager Bob Stoops arrived in Norman in 1999, OU leads all Power Five discussion programs in wins (205) and points scored (9,686).

• Only Ohio State (106) has been ranked No. 1 in a AP Poll some-more weeks than Oklahoma (102). OU’s 408 weeks in a AP’s tip 5 are many of any propagandize (Alabama subsequent with 385 and Ohio State third with 366). The AP Poll was introduced in 1936.

• Only Ohio State (611) has some-more all-time top-10 AP check appearances than OU (576).

• Only Alabama (10) and Notre Dame (8) have warranted some-more all-time AP inhabitant championships than Oklahoma (7).

EXTRA POINTS

• Seventh-year Oklahoma inside linebackers manager Tim Kish coached during Army from 1984 by 1991. Kish, who oversaw defensive ends and linebackers during his 8 years during West Point, helped a Cadets to 3 play appearances, including a 1985 Peach Bowl when they kick Illinois 31-29. Army went 9-3 that season.

• The Sooners have been ranked in a AP’s tip 10 in 25 of a final 26 polls. The usually time it wasn’t during that widen was following final year’s detriment to Iowa State (fell from third to 12th).

• Oklahoma’s 149 points are a many sum points in a initial 3 games of a deteriorate given totaling 164 points in a initial 3 contests in 2008 opposite Chattanooga (57), Cincinnati (52) and Washington (55). The Sooners’ 149 points are also their seventh many by 3 games over a past 100 seasons (185 in 2007; 169 in 1972; 164 in 2008; 163 in 1974; 162 in 1987; and 153 in 1978).

• OU leads all Power Five teams with a 4 plays of during slightest 60 yards this season.

• The Sooners committed usually 13 turnovers final year (six interceptions and 7 fumbles lost), or reduction than one per game. That noted a second-lowest sum in propagandize story (11 in 2008). They have dual sum turnovers in 3 games this season.

• Oklahoma has won 26 of a final 27 games opposite Big 12 opponents dating behind to a 2015 season, with a usually detriment entrance during a hands of Iowa State on Oct. 7 final year (the Cyclones kick a No. 3 Sooners 38-31 in Norman). Fifteen of those 26 victories have been by during slightest 15 points, and 7 by during slightest 35 points.

• Since a start of a 2017 season, OU is averaging 27.1 points in a initial half. It has scored during slightest 20 first-half points in 15 of 17 games, and during slightest 28 points in 9 of those contests. Over a final 10 contests, a Sooners are averaging 31.2 first-half points. Four of those 10 opponents were ranked in a tip 12 of a AP check during a time of competition.

• Oklahoma is looking to register a 16th deteriorate of during slightest 10 wins given a start of a 2000 campaign. The Sooners are a usually FBS module to shelve adult 15 seasons of double-digit victories given 2000. 

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BetSid partners with Income Access

BetSid partners with Income Access

21 Sep 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) — BETSID, a U.K.-based casino and sportsbook brand, has announced a partnership with Income Access, Paysafe Group’s selling record and services provider. Through this partnership, BetSid’s new associate program, that is scheduled to launch within a subsequent few weeks, will confederate with a Income Access Network, an associate network tailored to a elaborating needs of iGaming operators.

The BetSid associate module will advantage from a Income Access associate platform, that facilities a apartment of clever stating options. With entrance to data-based insights that cavalcade down to a actor level, BetSid will have a collection required for effective partnership with associate partners and doing of vital initiatives to foster merger and retention.

The BetSid module will also precedence a Income Access Network, a iGaming industry’s longest-serving eccentric associate network, to strategically optimize module growth. This will commission BetSid to partisan associate partners fast and grow a module post-launch.

Earlier this year, BetSid announced a partnership with height provider FSB, a dilettante in online sportsbook and casino solutions. That partnership provides players with entrance to a extensive package of sportsbook products that covers a operation of sports markets, including football, rugby, cricket, golf, tennis and more. Greyhound and equine racing are also among a featured products.

Players can also take advantage of BetSid’s in-play betting underline as good as offerings opposite casino, live casino and practical games. The online casino boasts a collection of classical games, including blackjack, roulette and slots.

BetSid, that was founded in 2013 and has an existent land-based presence, has also partnered with a associate selling experts during Affiliate Insider to build an associate plan that serve supports a brand’s enlargement to a wider online audience.

Paul Kirkby, BetSid Managing Director, said, “We are gratified to partner with a devoted Income Access Affiliate Network to launch a BetSid associate program. Having a devoted record partner lay alongside us as we rise a plan means we can offer a valued-added use to affiliates who partner with a brand.”

Tara Wilson, General Manager during Income Access, Paysafe Group, said, “An importance on peculiarity product offerings puts BetSid in a clever position forward of their associate module launch and good into a future. We’re really happy that a Income Access Network will play a purpose in their flourishing success opposite a sportsbook and casino verticals.”

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LA Based Affiliate Marketing Mentor Rachel S. Lee Achieves ClickFunnels Dream Car Award

Los Angeles – Less than a year from a time she set her sights on achieving ClickFunnels categorical associate opening reward, a “Dream Car Bonus”, millennial businessman and associate selling consultant Rachel S. Lee has reached her goal.

Previously, in Feb she perceived a ClickFunnels “2 Comma Club Award” for her partial in formulating and handling a flue that generated some-more than $1,000,000 in sales with her e-comm team.

She is one of unequivocally few women to have perceived possibly ClickFunnels primary business awards, and even some-more singular to accept both awards only 6 months apart.

One thing she says has been many critical for her fulfilment “The pivotal to success I’ve found is traffic: organic trade is slower, paid trade is faster scalable. Take your best behaving organic calm and make it paid. My tip paid trade sources are Facebook ads and Google/YouTube ads, solo ads and we am always open all trade sources. Even press releases have been a good source of trade and long-lasting Google SEO.”

The pretence to accomplishing omnipresence is effectively delegating and outsourcing executive amicable tasks to a organisation of contractors, according to Lee. “Managing Instagram, my Facebook Page, a few Facebook groups, LinkedIn, and YouTube channels to beget organic trade for funnels, all need a lot of time and paid help. we can’t even remember how many giveaway flue templates, strategies, and email templates I’ve given away, to expostulate trade to a funnels!”

“My pursuit as an associate marketer is to yield a best resources to assistance people solve problems. we adore it since i never unequivocally have to sell to people, i only assistance them with their shopping decisions by charity trainings and review, all on automation.”

“Surround yourself with people on a same trail who have a formula we want.” Lee says her biggest strength was in her network. Leveraging her contacts and operative with other people, generally influencers in her field. She says a pivotal influencer in her feat includes Spencer Mecham, ClickFunnels stream tip associate who himself achieved 2,500+ signups in reduction than 1 year, from his coaching and FB organisation as good as a eventuality to talk him for her possess FB group.

Now, Lee’s prophesy for herself is to turn a #2 ClickFunnels associate behind Mecham. 

Lee recently returned from Sean Cannell and Charlene Johnson’s “Grow With Video Live” eventuality in Las Vegas, that she says was generally profitable for removing that additional proclivity to take large action… She also skeleton to attend Funnel Hacking Live (ClickFunnels annual conference) again subsequent year, to bond with many of her associate clients and friends, and collect her new awards.

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How to make income on Instagram (even if we don’t have a bajillion followers)

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Elementary kids in a 1990s didn’t reason adult glittered poster-board signs on career day that pronounced “professional Instagrammer.” But as amicable media platforms grow, so do a array of people indeed regulating them to make a living. In 2018, “professional Instagrammer” is a legitimate career.

Instagram influencers have one thing in common: reach. With adequate reach, brands will compensate influencers to post about a product in sequence to strech those followers. Influencers also tend to concentration on one specific topic, posting on fashion, travel, food, or technology, usually to name a few. That specific concentration attracts brands since they can strech a specific audience.

But how do we go from posting a few photos to indeed earning income from Instagram? And do we unequivocally need to wait until we have 100,000 supporters before earning income on Instagram? Here are 5 opposite options that take a guesswork out of training how to make income on Instagram — and what you’ll need to do to assistance your form make a cut.

What kind of profiles make income on Instagram?

Regardless of how we acquire income on Instagram, influencer profiles tend to have a few things in common, both for attracting supporters and brands alike. Influencers typically have a narrowed focus, a specific style, engaging visuals, and a “healthy” profile.

Focus: Brands aren’t looking to strech everybody — they have a specific assembly in mind of a people many expected to buy their products. A high-end wardrobe code will strech out to an influencer since he or she frequently posts about fashion, for example. Start by focusing on a niche area so brands and supporters know what to design when they come to your page — demeanour during what we already have on your form for impulse or pinpoint what you’re many ardent about. A concentration should be slight adequate to emanate a specific audience, though not so slight that we can’t build a vast supporter count.

Style: No, this doesn’t usually request to conform influencers. Most influencers have a specific character that gives their form a cohesive look. Maybe it’s a form of photos, a colors and mood from a modifying and composition, or even what’s pronounced in a captions. Whatever it is, find what creates your photos yours and play that up.

Visuals: Instagram is a photo-based amicable network — there’s no removing around that. If we don’t have a good eye for photos, you’ll have a severe time. While we should have good photos on your profile, we don’t indispensably need imagination apparatus or tons of experience. Instagrammer Monaris, for example, started with an iPhone and didn’t collect adult a dedicated camera until after her supporters had already beheld her style.

A “healthy” profile: Instagram is a good amicable media height for apropos an influencer since a height has a partially high turn of engagement. But harry your followers, and you’ll remove their attention. Don’t start posting sponsored posts and usually sponsored posts. That’s like going to a film entertainment usually to watch dual hours of commercials — no one is indeed going to go to that theatre, or in this case, click that follow button. Be certain to change with a photos that gained we those supporters in a initial place. Influencers also don’t disappear for days during a time — they tend to post to Instagram regularly.

How to make income on Instagram

While veteran Instagrammers (or those that acquire a small income on a side) tend to have a few characteristics in common, there’s some-more than one approach to make income on Instagram. You can select a choice that’s best matched for what we post, or brew in mixed options to beget a steadier source of income.

Join an Instagram influencer community.

With adequate Instagram followers, brands competence even strech out to we — though until then, Instagram influencer communities make it easier to find brands peaceful to compensate for your reach, print skills, and singular voice. Instagram influencer communities emanate a database of influencers for brands to work with. Brands win, since they can simply find influencers to work with. Instagrammers win, since they can find sponsored posts though a bajillion followers. And a influencer village wins because, well, they do take a cut of what we earn.

There are dozens of opposite forms of influencer communities, and they all have opposite requirements, perks and persona. Here are usually a few to consider:

Heartbeat: A height focusing on womanlike influencers, Heartbeat’s new app pairs intensity influencers with brands looking for a identical audience. Besides a womanlike focus, Heartbeat is opposite since a module matches Instagrammers to brands formed on a array of questions about what we like and what we post. There’s no smallest supporter count, though a compensate isn’t always financial — some brands trade for giveaway products instead.

Shoutcart: Like an Amazon for Instagram influencers, influencers in this village build a form and name a price. Brands can afterwards hunt by a listings and find a right influencer for a campaign. Once a code chooses you, a debate is combined to your “cart,” though we can opt out if a debate competence not lay good with your followers.

Tribe Group: Tribe Group is an Instagram influencer village formed out of Australia. One of a platform’s biggest perks is that influencers set their possess prices. Tribe Group also says they’re designed for creativity, not supporter depends and celebrities.

Ifluenze: While this height requires 5,000 followers, a network allows influencers to contention proposals to opposite brands. The height afterwards helps brands conduct a supposed proposals and lane them. This height will also concede brands to select usually to buy a print — and not a reach.

Popular Pays: Popular Pays is a gig-based height — that means brands post their debate and influencers emanate pitches on since they should be a influencer to work a campaign. The module also creates certain that a post is authorized before going live and helps creators get paid for their work.

Sell excellent art.

Turning your Instagram into a place for ads leave a green ambience in your mouth — or wish to beget mixed sources of income? Instagram’s print concentration creates offered a print itself a good choice for cashing in, though posting ads. Apps like 8×10 concede photographers and other visible artists to sell excellent art prints of their possess work to followers. It’s like giving supporters an Instagram post that can live on their walls.

8×10 takes caring of all a printing, shipping, and payments. Artists use a app to beget a inventory for a singular book run of prints, that can also embody a signature. The app allows users to select a price. The app will even beget a mockup of a picture unresolved on a wall to share on Instagram. The app is giveaway to use — 8×10 earns their vital by holding a cut of any sale, so if we don’t sell anything, we don’t compensate anything either.

Some artists use Instagram for reach, afterwards use their possess website to sell a prints. There’s intensity to keep some-more of what we sell, though we still have to conduct a copy and shipping or find a website height or plugin that takes caring of a shipping for you.

Sell batch photography.

While Instagram’s assembly creates it ideal for artists offered their work, wall art isn’t a usually approach to do that. Selling batch is another probability to acquire income from photos you’re already holding anyways. You can sell Instagrams to batch photography companies regulating any association that doesn’t extent where we can post your possess images in a terms. 

Some platforms competence be improved matched for Instagram-like photography than others. Twenty20 is a batch photography association designed for Instagram-like photos — a association calls itself “the largest authentic photography marketplace.” Other companies like Foap aim for a some-more Instagram-like style, though there’s zero observant we can’t go with a hulk normal batch print association like Shutterstock, StoryBlocks, or even Getty, if we have a clout. Just make certain to review over a chartering agreements to make certain you’re still authorised to post a same print on Instagram — some chartering agreements competence extent what we can do with a image.

Use associate links.

Affiliate links aren’t as renouned on Instagram because, well, Instagram doesn’t indeed let we supplement a couple to your posts unless we have a business account. But that doesn’t meant associate selling on Instagram is a bad idea, usually a some-more severe one to tackle.

Affiliate selling is where we get paid each time someone buys a product since of a couple that we shared. You get a singular URL and a associate module marks how many people bought a product by that couple and we get a cut of those sales. Affiliate selling is used on websites and blogs (Digital Trends included), though it’s a probability on Instagram, too.

The plea with associate links on Instagram is that we can’t indeed emanate clickable links within your posts. Most get around that reduction by posting a associate couple in a bio territory where you’re authorised one link. While it’s some-more formidable that approach and we can usually do one associate couple during a time, we don’t have to strech out to brands to participate. Most associate programs are giveaway and easy to pointer adult for — you’ll usually need a poignant strech if we wish to see a poignant volume of income entrance in.

Find your possess sponsors.

While there are a array of platforms that assistance Instagrammers though utterly so most of a large strech find brands to work with, influencers with incomparable supporter depends can organically find sponsors though a middleman. Sometimes, these Instagrammers news carrying brands strech out to them initial — that is since factors like regulating a right hashtags are so important. Other influencers strech out to a brands themselves — tagging a code in a post, formulating a Direct Message, or promulgation a representation to a company’s selling department.

Influencers that are means to find their possess sponsors have a clever form and a specific character that attracts those brands. Besides carrying a incomparable supporter count, you’ll also have to set your possess rates. The volume we can get from a post depends on a strech we have — though there are online calculators like this one that we can use as a starting point. Surveys advise an normal of a few hundred dollars per post.




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