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Eurovision Song Contest is one of the most awaited events of the year. Since all countries have presented their entries, predictions about the possible winners started to emerge. We already know who has the best chances to win in 2021, so here are the top-5 Eurovision favorites to bet on.

Giving an interview to Oprah can become a new mainstream. After Harry and Meghan Markle’s big talk, many A-list stars are expected to go for sensational reveals. Take a look at Oprah Winfrey's next interview predictions to see which celebrities can have a sit-down with her in the future.

Do you want to know how to bet on Car of the Year, one of five annual awards presented by the World Car Awards? Check the best tips now as the 2021 World Car of the Year show is just around the corner. 

The First Dota 2 LAN event in over a year is finally in place. 18 best teams in the world are taking the stage in Singapore to battle it out for a very hefty prize pool.  We focus here on the best ONE Esports Singapore betting odds of the most notable teams. To no surprise, the two competitors expected to lead the title race are Team Secret and Virtus.pro.

2021 Women's Prize For Fiction has recently revealed its longlist nominees. With the shortlist announcement coming soon, let’s see who has the best chances of winning the award this year.

The Candidates Tournament is the leading qualifier for the World Chess Championship. Organised in Russia, the second half of the tournament will take place between April 19 and 28 2021. The tournament will decide current world champion Magnus Carlsen’s challenger in Dubai later this year. Bet on the Candidates Tournament 2021 winner with the help of our piece, and learn about chess prodigies. 

Early-bird 2021 Eurovision odds are out as the contest will take place this May without changes. Tables turned in the top of favorites: Lithuania and Russia gained steam, while Iceland and France lost their positions.