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Top 10 facts about wizkid: Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun known professionally as Wizkid  is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He started recording music at age 11 and managed to release a collaborative album with the Glorious Five, a group he and a couple of his church friends formed.


He Used to Be Known as Lil’ Prince

Well, if you ever hear the name Lil’Prince being used in reference to Wizkid, don’t be amused because Wizkid used to be called Lil’ Prince during his gospel singing days

He is Highly Controversial

This is one Nigerian artist that is always in the news for both good and crazy things. There’s always one crazy story, fight or beef involving Wizkid.


He owns a Record Label

After parting ways with EME music, his former record label, Wizkid went on to start his own record label, Starboy records and now has a couple of artist signed under the label as well.


He was once rumored to be dating Tonto Dikeh

For a very long time, the rumor mills were agog with stories about Tonto Dikeh and Wizkid being a couple until both parties came out to vehemently deny ever hooking up or being a couple.



Wizkid for some years back was rumored to be dating fellow singer Tiwa savage but the two denied the allegation saying they are just best friends

He is a Father

Many fans have playfully suggested that he change his name to ‘Wizdad’ as he is no longer a kid but now a father to a very handsome boy, Boluwatife Balogun. Boluwatife was born on October 2010 by his babymama, Oluwanishola Ogudugu. Although he publicly denied having a son for a very long time, he eventually owned up in October 2013 after he put up warm birthday wishes for his son’s 3rd birthday.

wizkid Began Singing at the Age of 11

Although it might have taken some years before he finally broke into limelight, he is not exactly a kid in the music industry. He started singing at the young age of 11 in local churches. At that young age, he could already handle being a vocalist as well as being a lead singer in the church choir.


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The Best Chelsea Players of All Time Ranked

Best Chelsea Players of all time

We bring to you the best Chelsea Players of all time. Who do you  think  will make it to the list and who is your best Chelsea player of all time? Leave your comments  below  the post.

Though they’ve been around since 1905, Chelsea only has risen to prominence since the dawn of the 21st century. When Roman Abramovich purchased the club in 2003, Chelsea experienced a rise unlike any other to that point, but ended up becoming the innovator in player acquisitions. Fueled by Abramovich’s billions, Chelsea has bought some of the best players in the world since he’s owned the club. That’s not to discount the business the club did before the new owner rolled into West London. In 1998, John Terry made his debut after getting called up from the youth ranks and in 2001, Chelsea acquired its greatest player when it forked over 11 pounds to West Ham to acquire midfielder Frank Lampard. All he’s done since moving across town is become the leading scorer in club history. 

Best Chelsea Players of all time


Di Matteo scored the winner against Middlesbrough on his home debut for Chelsea. His passing ability and accurate long-distance shooting saw him become one of the driving forces of Chelsea’s resurgence in the late 1990s.[He contributed nine goals in his first season, including long-range efforts against both Tottenham Hotspur and Wimbledon. He helped the club finish sixth place in the league, their highest placing since 1989–90, and reach the 1997 FA Cup Final at Wembley. Within 42 seconds of the kick-off of the final against Middlesbrough, Di Matteo scored the opening goal from 30 yards and Chelsea won 2–0. Di Matteo’s goal was the fastest in a Wembley FA Cup final until the record was broken by Louis Saha for Everton in 2009.


19   Arjen  Robben

Robben proved to be a crucial player for the 2004–05 season; in November 2004, he was awarded the Premier League Player of the Month award. Robben ended the 2004–05 season with seven goals, his second highest professional total. He was shortlisted for the PFA Young Player of the Year, but was beaten by Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney. Robben was badly injured in a Premier League match away to Blackburn Rovers and forced to sit out the 2005 Football League Cup Final, Chelsea’s title run-in and progress to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League. Back to fitness for 2005–06, Robben was an integral part of the Chelsea left wing. In 28 matches, Robben contributed six goals as Chelsea won a second consecutive Premier League championship, the first back-to-back titles for the west London club.


At Stamford Bridge, Carvalho, who was considered one of the best centre-backs at Euro 2004, joined his former manager José Mourinho and former teammate Paulo Ferreira on a three-year contract. He signed for a fee of €30 million (£20 million at the time) and performed extremely well in his first season with Chelsea, helping them win the Premier League title, their first top-flight domestic title in 50 years, and the League Cup. He scored his first goal for Chelsea in a 3–1 victory over Norwich City. His partnership with captain John Terry in central defense was hailed as a major factor behind Chelsea’s two Premier League titles in a row.



Osgood was signed by Chelsea as a junior and made his debut as a 17-year-old in the League Cup, scoring both goals in a 2–0 win against Workington AFC on 16 December 1964. The buzz surrounding the tall, skilful teenager’s goalscoring for the club’s reserves – 30 goals in 20 games going into that month – was already immense, and he soon became a regular first-teamer.

In total, Osgood made 289 appearances for The Blues, scoring 105 goals. He was one of only nine players to score in every round of the FA Cup (and, to date, the last to do so), helping Chelsea to victory in a replayed final against Leeds United in 1970. He scored Chelsea’s equaliser in the second game at Old Trafford with a diving header from Charlie Cooke’s chipped pass twelve minutes from full-time; his side eventually won 2–1.

In 1971, Osgood was part of the Chelsea team which lifted the European Cup Winners’ Cup, defeating Real Madrid 2–1 in a replay in Athens after the original tie had finished 1–1, with Osgood scoring Chelsea’s goal in that game. 


16Ruud Gullit

Gullit signed for Chelsea on a free transfer. Initially played as sweeper by manager Glenn Hoddle with limited success, Gullit was moved to his more familiar role in midfield, where he scored six goals. The signing of Gullit, alongside the likes of Mark Hughes and Dan Petrescu, propelled Chelsea to the semi-final of the FA Cup but their league form was disappointing.

15  Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Hasselbaink returned to the Premier League in May 2000, when he was signed by Chelsea, for a club record fee of £15 million, which matched the then-transfer record for an English club; he signed a four-year contract. He scored on his “Blues” debut, helping them to win the 2000 FA Charity Shield with a 2–0 win over Manchester United at Wembley Stadium


n the 2003–04 season he scored 18 goals in all competitions which, despite the arrival of new strikers Adrian Mutu and Hernán Crespo, made him top-scorer at the club for the third time in four years. On 27 March, his 32nd birthday, Hasselbaink came on as a 60th-minute substitute for Geremi and scored a hat-trick as Chelsea came from behind to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–2 at Stamford Bridge.


14  Marcel Desailly

Nicknamed “The Rock”, due to his consistency, strength, and hard-tackling playing style, Desailly is considered one of the most accomplished players of his generation, and one of the finest French defenders ever, who stood out for his charismatic leadership and ability to organise his team’s back-line and break down opposition plays throughout his career. A quick, hard-working, tenacious, and powerful player, who excelled in the air and at anticipating his opponentts, he combined his aggression, stamina, and ability to read the game, as well as his physical, mental, and defensive skills, with a notable confidence and good technique on the ball, which also allowed him to play in the midfield throughout his career; indeed, after moving to Milan, although he initially started out playing as a centre-back or sweeper, and occasionally even as a full back, he was later deployed as a defensive midfielder, a position in which he also excelled, successfully filling the void left by the departure of Frank Rijkaard due his ball-winning abilities and capacity to start attacking plays after obtaining winning back possession. In addition to his defensive skills, he was also capable of contributing to his team’s offensive plays with goals by making attacking runs into the box. In 2004, he was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 as one of the world’s greatest living players.


13 César Azpilicueta

Azpilicueta scored his first competitive goal for Chelsea on 29 October 2013, netting the first in a 2–0 victory at Arsenal in the fourth round of the League Cup. Following the arrival of new manager José Mourinho, he began appearing regularly as a left-back, taking the place of longtime incumbent Ashley Cole. Mourinho said of him: “Azpilicueta is the kind of player I like a lot. I think a team with 11 Azpilicuetas would probably win the competition (Champions League) because football is not just about pure talent”. At the end of the season, he was voted the club’s Player’s Player of the Year.

12 Michael Essien

On 14 August 2005, Lyon and Chelsea agreed a £24.4 million fee for Essien, ending one of the longest-running transfer sagas. At the time, the fee made Essien Chelsea’s most expensive signing of all-time, surpassing the £24 million Chelsea paid for Didier Drogba the previous summer. The transfer went through on 19 August


Essien was nominated for the 2006 FIFA World Player of the Year Award on 12 October 2006, where he placed 22nd. One week later, he was nominated for the 2006 Ballon d’Or. He was voted as the third Best African Footballer of the Year in 2006,a feat he also achieved in 2005. He won the 2006 BBC African footballer of the year award.

Essien was nominated for the prestigious 2007 FIFA World Player of the Year Award for the third consecutive year and on 21 October 2007, he was also nominated for the 2007 Ballon d’Or Award for the third consecutive year. He was voted 15th Best Player in the World at the 2007 FIFA World Player of the Year Awards. On 12 December 2007, he was nominated for the 2007 African Footballer of the Year, the third consecutive time he had been nominated. He was runner-up to that year’s winner, Frédéric Kanouté.

11  Branislav Ivanović

Is he one of the club’s [Chelsea] best signings? I think so. He came immediately after I left [after my first spell in charge] and after that he made a fantastic contribution for [sic] this club. He is a competitive animal with a big heart.

— Manager José Mourinho, on Ivanović, in 2015.

Ivanović is well known for his aerial ability, which when combined with his sheer strength, has seen him score numerous crucial goals during his career. As of August 2014, Ivanovic has been directly involved in 60 goals during his Chelsea career (31 goals and 29 assists). Uncharacteristically for a defender, he possesses an adept finishing ability, with former Chelsea manager José Mourinho often utilizing the Serbian as a striker when the team are in desperate need of a goal. His unforgiving style of defending has led him to become a feared opponent in the Premier League, with Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling claiming, “The scariest player to play against was Branislav Ivanović. He wasn’t dirty, the guy is just a tank! A big guy, big upper body, big lower body. A real tank.”


Starting from the 2014–15 season, Ivanović has also pushed higher up the pitch from his customary right-back position, becoming an effective attacking threat on crosses and overlaps. He has stated that this shift in technique allows him to “pin back” opposing wingers into their own half, taking them out of position and turning their focus on defending rather than attacking.

10  Ashley Cole

Cole’s game incorporates an attacking approach to his play, which supports his teams’ forward play. As a youth, he “always liked scoring goals and attacking”, but grew to love the role of defending, as being a left-back was the only opportunity of breaking into the seniors.

9    Claude Makélélé


Regarded as one of the best ever players in his position, Makélélé revolutionised the role of the defensive midfielder in the Premier League. A combative and hard-working player, although he was capable of getting forward and playing in more advanced positions, he usually played in front of his team’s back-line, where he mainly served as a defensive foil for his more offensive teammates, due to his aggressive tackling, as well as his ability to read the game, break down plays, mark and anticipate opponents, and time his challenges. In this role, he was known in particular for his acceleration, positional sense, tactical discipline, intelligence, energy, and ball-winning ability; although he was not the fastest, most talented or technically skilled player on the ball, or particularly good in the air, he was also highly regarded throughout his career for being capable of functioning as a deep-lying playmaker for his team, due to his ability to dictate the tempo of his team’s play in midfield with his short, efficient passing game, which allowed him to link up the defence with the attack effectively after winning back possession. His physical strength in spite of his small stature, combined with his low centre of gravity, also gave him excellent balance on the ball in limited spaces, which allowed him to retain possession against more physical opponents. In addition to his defensive skills, Makélélé was also known for his tenacity, awareness, consistency, and strong mentality.

8  N’Golo Kanté

After his first senior goal, French regional newspaper La Voix du Nord likened Kanté to Claude Makélélé in his early days at Nantes, due to their similar playing style and holding role in midfield. After asking the player if he considered Makélélé his role model, Kanté instead said that his was Lassana Diarra. Makélélé himself in February 2017 said that the one attribute Kanté needed to become an “exceptional player” would be leadership. A dynamic, diminutive, and hard-working player, known for his energy and excellent ball-winning abilities as a box-to-box midfielder, as well as his positional sense, athleticism, intelligence, versatility, and ability to read the game,Kanté made the most tackles in Europe’s top leagues in both the 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons

7    Michael Ballack


Ballack is considered to be one of the most complete and versatile midfielders of his generation; he played in several midfield positions during his career, and was noted for his powerful shot with both feet.

On a technical level, he was a commanding, physically strong and aggressive player, with excellent passing range, who moved the ball efficiently. The technicality and intelligence of his game was extremely high. He started his football career as a sweeper, but when he moved to Leverkusen in 1999, then-coach Christoph Daum moved him to midfield. He adapted to a deeper role during his spell at Chelsea.

In 2011, Ballack’s international coach at the time, Joachim Löw, praised him, describing him as a player who “exudes authority and calm on the pitch”

 6 Petr Čech


Since his emergence as a precocious talent in his youth, Čech has been considered to be one of the greatest, most consistent, and most respected goalkeepers both of his generation and of all time. A tall, athletic, agile, brave, physically strong, and well-rounded keeper, with a strong mentality, as well as good decision-making and leadership qualities, throughout his career he has stood out for his reflexes and shot-stopping abilities, as well as his positional sense, concentration, handling when coming off his line to claim crosses, and command of his area.Although he is not as adept with the ball at his feet as the newer generation of goalkeepers that emerged in his later career, he possesses a deep kick with either foot, despite being naturally left-footed

5  Gianfranco Zola

He was a key player in Chelsea’s resurgence in the 1996–97 season, helping them win the FA Cup with a 2–0 win over Middlesbrough at Wembley Stadium having scored four goals en route to the final, including a 25-yard curling shot against Liverpool as Chelsea came from 0–2 behind to win 4–2, and a memorable goal of individual skill in the semi-final against Wimbledon, backheeling the ball and turning 180 degrees before slotting the ball into the net. At the end of the season he was voted FWA Player of the Year, the only player ever to win the accolade without playing a full season in the English league and the first Chelsea player to win it

4  Eden Hazard


Hazard won the PFA Young Player of the Year award and finished as the runner-up to Luis Suárez for the PFA Player of the Year award for his fine attacking performances under José Mourinho.

At Chelsea, Hazard matured into a world-class player and was primarily utilized as a left midfielder, a position which enables him to cut into the center and strike on goal with his stronger right foot. His development into one of the world’s best players was highlighted in the 2014–15 Season; during this season he won multiple awards and received praise from pundits and managers alike. Manager Jose Mourinho praised Hazard, saying that “He is already a top player and his evolution has been fantastic. He is still very young and he can become the best player in the world.” Hazard’s former teammate and Lille captain Rio Mavuba described Hazard as “a great player, with an immense talent. He’s actually not that big, but he’s so fast. He’s also very difficult to dispossess and his finishing is top-notch”. Hazard’s frequent goal celebration saw him sliding on his knees; since 2018 he has stayed on his feet. Although Hazard’s favored role is as a left-winger, he is a versatile attacker, and has also been deployed as a second striker, as a lone striker, or even as a false-9 on occasion throughout his career. Beyond his speed, creativity, technical skills, and offensive qualities, he is also an accurate penalty and free-kick taker

3  John Terry

Terry began to establish himself in the Chelsea first team from the 2000–01 season, making 23 starts and was voted the club’s Player of the Year. He continued his progress during 2001–02, becoming a regular in the defense alongside club captain and France international Marcel Desailly. On 5 December 2001, he captained Chelsea for the first time, in a League match against Charlton Athletic. Chelsea reached the FA Cup Final, following wins against London rivals West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth and sixth rounds respectively, and Fulham in the semi-final – where Terry scored the only goal in a 1–0 victory


2  Didier Drogba

He moved to Premier League club Chelsea for a club-record £24 million fee, making him the most expensive Ivorian player in history. In his debut season, he helped the club win their first league title in 50 years, and a year later he won another Premier League title. His displays saw him named in the FIFA World XI for 2007. In March 2012, he became the first African player to score 100 Premier League goals. Just two months later, he scored in Chelsea’s 2012 FA Cup Final win over Liverpool to become the first (and as of 2017, the only) player to score in four separate FA Cup finals

e was noted for his physical strength, speed, ability in the air, powerful and accurate strikes, and his ability to retain possession of the ball. Richard Beech of the Daily Mirror says that his “powerful and intrusive approach made him the lone striker José Mourinho grew to admire, and made it nearly impossible for opposing teams to isolate him and freeze him out of the game.

1  Frank Lampard


He is widely considered to have been one of the greatest midfielders of his generation. Lampard is voted as best Chelsea player of all time. Lampard was a creative and technically gifted box-to-box midfielder

 In his thirteen years with the team, Lampard established himself as a prolific scorer from midfield, becoming Chelsea’s all-time leading goalscorer, with 211 goals scored in all competitions. He also won a number of trophies, including three Premier League titles, a UEFA Champions League title, four FA Cups, a UEFA Europa League title, and two Football League Cups. In 2005, he was named FWA Footballer of the Year and finished runner-up for both the Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year awards. Lampard was released by Chelsea in 2014,

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The World’s Biggest Automobile Companies

The World's Biggest Automobile Companies

Toyota, Volkswagen, and Hyundai are the three leading car manufacturers in the world.

Volkswagen, Toyota, and Hyundai are the three leading passenger car manufacturers in the world. The global auto industry is highly competitive, and it is dominated by companies based in Europe, Japan, South Korea, and the US. The world’s largest producers of automobiles are China, the United States, and Japan. 

The Four Leading   Car Manufacturers In The World

Toyota – 10,466,051

Toyota produced over 20 million vehicles in 2017, making it the largest car company in the world. The Japanese company traces its history to 1933 when it became a branch of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works. Headed by Kiichiro Toyoda, it became Toyota Motor Company in 1937. Over the years the company has managed to reduce production costs and increase vehicle quality by adopting principles such as Just In Time (JIT) and Lean production systems. The company’s annual revenues exceed $200 billion. Toyota’s major markets are Asia (Thailand, India, and Indonesia), Europe (Germany, France, UK, and Italy), and the US.

Volkswagen – 10,382,334

This German company produced 10.3 million units in 2017. The company began operations on May 28, 1937, as a state-controlled company called Gesellschaft Zur Vorbereitung des Deutschen Volkswagens mbH. The company’s plant was destroyed in World War II, and after reconstruction, it was denationalized in 1960. The modern-day company includes brands such as Audi, Porsche, Bentley, SEAT, and Lamborghini. The largest markets for the company are China and Europe. Recently, the company has hit the news in an emission scandal where software was used in diesel engines to downplay emission levels.


Hyundai – 7,218,391

Hyundai is headquartered in South Korea, and it started its operations as the Hyundai Motor Company in 1967. The company was the brainchild of Chung Ju-Yung. Over the years, the company has slowly transformed into a conglomerate, with numerous subsidiaries and affiliates all over the world. The company has three domestic plants and six international plants in the US, China, Russia, India, the Czech Republic, and Turkey. Hyundai enjoys dominance in Korea and has been in pursuit of a larger global market through branding and innovative products.

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General Motors – 6,856,880

General Motors is headquartered in the state of Michigan in the US, and it was established in 1908 as part of Buick. The company was renamed General Motors Corporation in 1916, and it became the leading car manufacturer in the US by 1929. The company’s global dominance has increasingly been challenged by companies from Japan and South Korea, but the company edges out its competitors in the North American market. China and Europe are other key markets for the company. General Motors’ brands includes Cadillac, Buick, and Chevrolet.

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The Market Leaders in the World of Slot Software Development in 2021

The Market Leaders in the World of Slot Software Development in 2021

When you sit down to play at a leading online casino, you might not be aware that your favorite slot titles have been developed by innovative third-party studios rather than the casino operator themselves. In fact, most online casino operators have partnerships with multiple slot software studios, giving them direct access to their latest releases.

If you want to know the best slot software studios to look out for when selecting your next online casino to play at, read on as we dig deeper into seven of the market leaders. Some of whom have been pioneering this sector for more than a generation.


Microgaming are one of the legitimate innovators in the world of iGaming. The Isle of Man-based company has grown into one of the biggest and most reputable slot development brands on the planet. It proudly lays claim to have designed and built the world’s first online casino way back in 1994. It was also the first to develop mobile-first casino software ten years later. Located a stone’s throw from the island’s Douglas Promenade, Microgaming continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, not least with progressive jackpot slots.

According to the Microgaming site, its progressive jackpot network has dished out over €1.2 billion to lucky winners through the years. As a founding member of eCOGRA – an organization passionate about fair and transparent iGaming – Microgaming slots are some of the safest and most enjoyable around.



Scandinavian iGaming software studio NetEnt has also been at the cutting edge of iGaming action for quite some time. NetEnt was founded in 1996 and for more than two decades it has been focusing on delivering thrilling themed slot games across multiple regulated markets, including those in lesser-known iGaming scenes in Africa, where the leading universities are placing increasing importance on technology and software development courses.NetEnt was one of the first iGaming development studios to focus solely on developing HTML5 slots that were fully responsive, delivering true cross-platform gameplay for online casino players.

It has also been at the forefront of some of the most successful officially licensed slots, based on pop culture trends and icons. Its hit Guns N’ Roses slot features audio and video footage of Axl Rose and co. strutting their stuff for truly immersive gameplay.

WMS Gaming

Chicago-based WMS Gaming first entered the slot machine sector around the same time as Microgaming in the mid-1990s. It focused initially on slot machines for land-based casinos, before converting their iconic titles into online versions. Games such as Reel ‘em In are still revered by classic slot players today.

WMS Gaming continues to push the boundaries of immersive slot gameplay, with heavily themed slots inspired by popular culture. Its Elvis The King Lives slot, which contains songs from the legend himself, is described as one of the “top slots” of 888casino. This NJ-licensed site is an award-winner and gives new users an online casino real money no deposit bonus of $20 to sample its leading slot titles upon sign-up, including several WMS Gaming hits.



Caption: As a publicly listed company, Playtech’s share price is traded worldwide
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Playtech considers itself a “one-stop shop” for online casino operators. It has grown into one of the world’s biggest suppliers of online slot and table game software. It’s a publicly listed company on the London Stock Exchange, with its growth founded upon a laser-like focus on delivering best-in-class gaming content.

At the time of writing, Playtech’s 5,900-strong workforce has developed and launched online casino games in 20 regulated jurisdictions worldwide and has 140 licensees for its games globally too. Playtech has also been at the forefront of the live dealer casino scene, investing in its own live casino studios to bring a new dimension to real-time casino games online.

Blueprint Gaming

UK-based Blueprint Gaming is one of the more recent entrants to the iGaming software scene, but as part of Germany’s powerhouse Gauselmann Group, it stands a great chance of long-term success. Already Blueprint Gaming has made a splash on the industry both online and offline, with its games installed on more than 100,000 terminals in land-based casinos across western Europe.

Blueprint are certainly one of the most prolific online slot developers. Their ambitious long-term roadmap is to design and launch 20 new, unique slot titles annually. The key to Blueprint Gaming’s cross-border success thus far has been its focus on multi-language support, with games supported in up to 18 languages. With feature-rich bonus features too, it’s easy to see why online casino players are becoming enamoured with Blueprint’s work.


International Game Technology (IGT) is another long-standing name in the iGaming software space. With specialisms across five segments, including slot machines, lotteries, online slots and social gaming, IGT now supplies online casino content to 100 countries in six continents. Like Playtech, IGT is also a publicly listed concern, traded on the New York Stock Exchange. With over 12,000 staff working worldwide to drive player engagement in its latest slot games, IGT has an unrivalled pool of talent to tap into.


In 2014, IGT was acquired by Gtech, in a deal worth $6.4bn. A new headquarters has since been located in London, although the decision was taken to drop the Gtech name and stick with the IGT brand that’s been synonymous with best-in-class casino gaming since the 1990s.

Play’n GO

Last but by no means least, Play’n GO is another “premier” iGaming software developer, with a hefty portfolio of slot titles and a number of innovative iGaming products too. Aside from its slots, its server-based OMNY product has caught the eye of many leading land-based casino operators. Each OMNY gaming terminal is connected to the same server, allowing machines to be connected to the same sever even if it’s in a different location – perfect for progressive jackpot slots.

Play’n GO was proudly the first slot developer to advance into the mobile arena – and alongside the likes of NetEnt it remains at the forefront of fully responsive slot and table gameplay.

These giants of the iGaming software development sector rarely rest on their laurels, with an inquisitive and innovative mindset that continually pushes the boundaries of immersive iGaming.

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Who is Tesla Owner ?

Tesla owner

Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.

Tesla was founded in 2003 by a group of engineers who wanted to prove that people didn’t need to compromise to drive electric – that electric vehicles can be better, quicker and more fun to drive than gasoline cars. Today, Tesla builds not only all-electric vehicles but also infinitely scalable clean energy generation and storage products. Tesla believes the faster the world stops relying on fossil fuels and moves towards a zero-emission future, the better.

Launched in 2008, the Roadster unveiled Tesla’s cutting-edge battery technology and electric powertrain. From there, Tesla designed the world’s first ever premium all-electric sedan from the ground up – Model S – which has become the best car in its class in every category.

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Combining safety, performance, and efficiency, Model S has reset the world’s expectations for the car of the 21st century with the longest range of any electric vehicle, over-the-air software updates that make it better over time, and a record 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.28 seconds as measured by Motor Trend. In 2015, Tesla expanded its product line with Model X, the safest, quickest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history that holds 5-star safety ratings across every category from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


Completing CEO Elon Musk’s “Secret Master Plan,” in 2016, Tesla introduced Model 3, a low-priced, high-volume electric vehicle that began production in 2017. Soon after, Tesla unveiled the safest, most comfortable truck ever – Tesla Semi – which is designed to save owners at least $200,000 over a million miles based on fuel costs alone. In 2019, Tesla unveiled Model Y, a mid-size SUV, with seating for up to seven, and Cybertruck, which will have better utility than a traditional truck and more performance than a sports car.

Tesla vehicles are produced at its factory in Fremont, California, and Gigafactory Shanghai. To achieve our goal of having the safest factories in the world, Tesla is taking a proactive approach to safety, requiring production employees to participate in a multi-day training program before ever setting foot on the factory floor. From there, Tesla continues to provide on-the-job training and track performance daily so that improvements can be made quickly. The result is that Tesla’s safety rate continues to improve while production ramps.

To create an entire sustainable energy ecosystem, Tesla also manufactures a unique set of energy solutions, PowerwallPowerpack and Solar Roof, enabling homeowners, businesses, and utilities to manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption. Supporting Tesla’s automotive and energy products is Gigafactory 1 – a facility designed to significantly reduce battery cell costs. By bringing cell production in-house, Tesla manufactures batteries at the volumes required to meet production goals, while creating thousands of jobs.

And this is just the beginning. With Tesla building its most affordable car yet, Tesla continues to make products accessible and affordable to more and more people, ultimately accelerating the advent of clean transport and clean energy production. Electric cars, batteries, and renewable energy generation and storage already exist independently, but when combined, they become even more powerful – that’s the future we want.

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Who is the Founder of Google?

Who is the Founder of Google?

Who is the Founder of Google?

No day goes by without people searching for information on the internet. Research shows that Google processes over 3.5 billion searches per day. This shows how helpful Google has been useful to the world. In this article, we will be bringing to you the people behind this giant tech company.

Who is the Founder of Google?

Google was founded in September 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University in California. Together they own about 14 percent of its shares and control 56 percent of the stockholder voting power through supervoting stock.

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They incorporated Google as a California privately held company on September 4, 1998. Google was then reincorporated in Delaware on October 22, 2002. An initial public offering (IPO) took place on August 19, 2004, and Google moved to its headquarters in Mountain View, California, nicknamed the Googleplex.

In August 2015, Google announced plans to reorganize its various interests as a conglomerate called Alphabet Inc. Google is Alphabet’s leading subsidiary and will continue to be the umbrella company for Alphabet’s Internet interests.

 Sundar Pichai was appointed CEO of Google, replacing Larry Page, who became the CEO of Alphabet. In 2021, the Alphabet Workers Union was founded, mainly composed of Google employees.

Growth of Google

The company’s rapid growth since incorporation has triggered a chain of products, acquisitions, and partnerships beyond Google’s core search engine (Google Search). It offers services designed for work and productivity (Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides), email (Gmail), scheduling and time management (Google Calendar), cloud storage (Google Drive), instant messaging and video chat (Duo, Hangouts, Chat, and Meet), language translation (Google Translate), mapping and navigation (Google Maps, Waze, Google Earth, and Street View), podcast hosting (Google Podcasts), video sharing (YouTube), blog publishing (Blogger), note-taking (Google Keep and Google Jamboard), and photo organizing and editing (Google Photos).


The company leads the development of the Android mobile operating system, the Google Chrome web browser, and Chrome OS, a lightweight operating system based on the Chrome browser.

Google has moved increasingly into hardware; from 2010 to 2015, it partnered with major electronics manufacturers in the production of its Nexus devices, and it released multiple hardware products in October 2016, including the Google Pixel line of smartphones, Google Home smart speaker, Google Wifi mesh wireless router, and Google Daydream virtual reality headset. Google has also experimented with becoming an Internet carrier (Google Fiber, Google Fi, and Google Station).

Google Success

Google.com is the most visited website worldwide. Several other Google-owned websites also are on the list of most popular websites, including YouTube and Blogger.

Google Criticisms

Google was the most valuable brand in the world in 2017 (surpassed by Amazon), but has received significant criticism involving issues such as privacy concerns, tax avoidance, antitrust, censorship, and search neutrality.


Where is Google Located

The Googleplex is the corporate headquarters complex of Google and its parent company Alphabet Inc. It is located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, California, United States.Address: 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway; Mountain …Location: Mountain View, California, United States

What is Google Net Worth ?

According to Marketwatch, Google has net worth of $1 trillion market value. The company has Total assets, $ 319,616,000,000 

How Does Google make money ?

The main way Google generates its revenue is through a pair of advertising services called Ads and AdSense. With Ads, advertisers submit ads to Google that include a list of keywords relating to a product, service or business. When a Google user searches the Web using one or more of those keywords, the ad appears on the SERP in a sidebar. The advertiser pays Google every time a user clicks on the ad and is directed toward the advertiser’s site.

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29 Largest Armies In The World

Largest Armies In The World

China has the largest standing army in the world followed by India and the United States according to world atlass.

The world in which we live in is not perfect. This means that countries need armies and guns and they also tend to go to war with each other. Countries that face threats from within and outside their borders have to deal with different security risks. This kind of reality forces countries to raise powerful armies to protect and defend their interests. The numbers below are provided by the International Institute for Strategic Studies in their 2018 report.

Chinese People’s Liberation Army Is the Largest Standing Army In The World

When judging the largest standing armies in the world we see that there are many armies that are really big and strong. China is the country with the largest standing army and is one of the best trained. China has upped its military budgets by more than 10% a year over the last five years. This army was established way back in 1927 and was known as the China People’s Liberation Army which is made up of Ground Forces, NAVY and Artillery as well as armed police and of course a strong air force. The latest estimates about the size of this army is put at 2,035,000 personnel. Most of the personnel of this army are aged between 18 and 49 years. By law military service is compulsory in China, although the country has never enforced conscription due to the large number of volunteers from its population. Its army is divided into five main service branches: the Ground Force, the Navy, the Air Force, the Rocket Force, and the Strategic Support Force. The army is well trained and equipped and is considered to be one of the strongest in the world, although its equipment is considered to be behind the US by about 20 years.

The United States Is the Most Powerful Military In The World

When you think about largest armies in the world you will no doubt also think about the US, whose army which is considered the strongest and best equipped in the world. It also has the largest military budget of $610 billion which is far larger than its closest rival China at $216 billion and is (actually bigger than the next nine countries combined). The country’s army was formed way back in 1775 and since then the army of this country has come a long way. Today, it has about 1,358,193 active duty personnel. The US has the second-largest army in the world and it is considered one of the best-trained and most powerfully equipped armies in the world. It has by far the most aircrafts, biggest advancement in technologies like the Navy’s new rail gun, best trained human force and the world’s largest nuclear arsenal.



Other Notable Armies Across The World

Other countries with the largest armies in the world include India, which is ranked number second in size. This army is well equipped with missiles that can hit targets far away from its shores. Russia has earned an enviable reputation for having a well-trained and powerful army. Currently it is ranked fifth as far as largest armies in the world go. Its army is made up of personnel aged between 18 and 27 and it currently has 1,013,628 soldiers.


Countries like France do not enjoy a reputation for having large armies in the world but it is nevertheless a country with a budget of over 62.3 billion dollars, which is the fifth largest in the world. The report showed that the United Kingdom has more than 150,250 strong personnel in its army. This is a country with small army in terms of personnel but it has a huge budget. Iran is another country that spends significantly on military, with an army consisting of about 523,000 active personnel with a defense budget of about 30 billion dollars.


Almost every country in the world has an army that protects it against both external as well as internal forces. When comparing militaries the size of the standing army does not judge the strength of the military alone. Their military histories, budgets and current operations also have to be taken into account.

29 Largest Armies In The World

Rank Country Active Military Personnel
1 China 2,035,000
2 India 1,440,000
3 United States of America 1,358,193
4 Russian Federation 1,013,628
5 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 950,000
6 Pakistan 653,000
7 Republic of Korea 599,000
8 Iran 523,000
9 Vietnam 482,000
10 Egypt 438,500
11 Myanmar 406,000
12 Indonesia 395,500
13 Thailand 360,850
14 Turkey 355,200
15 Sri Lanka 346,700
16 Brazil 334,500
17 Colombia 293,200
18 Mexico 277,150
19 Taiwan 275,000
20 Japan 247,150
21 Saudi Arabia 227,000
22 Ukraine 204,000
23 France 202,700
24 Eritrea 201,750
25 Morocco 195,800
26 South Sudan 185,000
27 Germany 178,600
28 Israel 176,500
29 Italy 174,500
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left handed

Most people often wonder why left handed people appear to be more athletic and stronger than the right handed ones.   They are also considered to be more smarter than the mixed handed and the right handed people.

Before we deal with the issue of why left handed people are considered to be smarter, lets take a look at some great world leaders and successful people who were/are left handed persons so you can better appreciate the analysis.


left handed people

Queen Elizabeth

Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor; born 21 April 1926) is Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms.




Left handed

Albert Einstein (  14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics

Lionel Messi

Left handed people

Lionel Messi

Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini ( born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward and captains both Barcelona and the Argentina national team. Often considered the best player in the world and widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, Messi has a record-tying five Ballon d’Or awards.



Left handed


William Jefferson Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III; August 19, 1946) is an American politician who served as the 42nd president of the United States from 1993 to 2001.


with the above examples of great people the history of the world who are left handed, some philosopher belief the is a correlation between left handedness and intelligence. They belief the is a genetic factor that accounts for their extra ordinary nature.


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Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World 2020

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Football Fans worship their icons wholeheartedly and connect with the emotions they are going through to some extent. With growing fan base in football, the value of each team has also increased. However, increasing the values of the teams didn’t actually reflect in the rankings. Some of the teams went down a point or two… whereas some teams skyrocketed to the top. Here we bring you the Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World 2020

Top 10 Richest Football Clubs 2020

10. Tottenham Hotspur – $483.5 Million

Revenue in 2019: €428.3 Million (£379.4 Million or $483.5 Million)
Previous Revenue: €359.5 Million
Total Valuation: €1.42 Billion


Tottenham Hot spur earns the 10th spot in the list of Richest Football Clubs in 2019 due to their remarkable €69 Million increase in revenue from the previous season. They witnessed the total revenue of €428.3 Million this year. Spurs made €116.5 Million from their commercial partnerships and merchandising. A majority of which came from their jersey sponsor AIA and technical kit sponsor Nike. They generated €226.6 Million from the broadcasting rights this season.

9. Arsenal – $495.8 Million

Revenue in 2019: €439.2 Million (£389.1 Million or $495.8 Million)
Previous Revenue: €487.6 Million
Total Valuation: €2.04 Billion

With a total generated revenue of €439.2 Million this season, Premier League side Arsenal FC earns the ninth place in the current ranking of Richest Football Clubs in the world. They faced around €48-Million dip in revenue than their previous season’s earning. The Gunners earned around €206.9 Million through their broadcast rights and €111.6 Million through the ticket sales. But the main chunk of their total revenue came from their commercial deals worth €120.7 Million this season.



Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World 2020

8. Chelsea FC – $570.9 Million

Revenue in 2019: €505.7 Million (£448 Million or $570.9 Million)
Previous Revenue: €428 Million
Total Valuation: €2.3 Billion

With €505.7 Million generated revenue, English Premier League side Chelsea earns the eighth place in the current ranking of Richest Football Clubs in this season. Like several other big clubs, the Blues also faced a significant increase in revenue this year. They earned a huge €191.8 Million from their commercial tie-ups, all thanks to their new deal with drinks firm Carabao. Besides, their kit provider Adidas and jersey sponsor Yokohama Tyres also made a good contribution to the club’s total revenue.

Chelsea generated €83.4 Million through their ticket sales on match days. And they also earned €230.5 Million from the broadcast rights. The recent €60 Million signing of Alvaro Morata also helped the team to attend a record highest total valuation of €1.52 Billion in 2019.



Richest Football Clubs in the World

7. Liverpool FC – $579.9 Million

Revenue in 2019: €513.7 Million (£455.1 Million or $579.9 Million)
Previous Revenue: €424.2 Million
Total Valuation: €1.95 Billion

Liverpool became one of the most popular EPL sides in 2019, all thanks to the brilliant performance of Egyptian luminary Mohamed Salah. The Reds achieved the seventh spot in the list of Richest Football Clubs right now with a total generated revenue of €513.7 Million. Unlike several other clubs on the list, Liverpool witnessed a commendable rise of nearly €90 Million from the previous season. They obtained €251.3 Million through their revised broadcasting rights deal.

Liverpool also made €170.8 Million from their commercial deals with shirt sponsor Standard Chartered and kit sponsor New Balance. The club also generated €91.6 Million through the ticket sales on match-days. With several stars on making in the club, football pundits now hope that the total valuation of Liverpool will increase in future.

6. Paris Saint-Germain – $611.5 Million

Revenue in 2019: €541.7 Million (£479.9 Million or $611.5 Million)
Previous Revenue: €486.2 Million
Total Valuation: €975 Million


French Ligue 1 Club Paris Saint-Germain or PSG currently holds the sixth spot in our list of Richest Football Clubs in 2019. They witnessed a huge surge from previous season’s €486.2 Million revenue to this season’s €541.7 Million revenue. Although the French side has earned an astonishing €313.3 Million from their key sponsor Emirates and kit supplier Nike. Besides, they also earned €127.8 Million through their broadcast rights this season.

PSG generated €100.6 Million matchday revenue from their ticket sales last season. The €230 Million purchase of Neymar significantly increased the total valuation of the French club this season. Their several costly signings this season also gives a hint of their wish to dominate the European football scenario in near-future.

Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World 2020

5. Manchester City – $641.6 Million

Revenue in 2019: €568.4 Million (£503.5 Million or $641.6 Million)
Previous Revenue: €527.7 Million
Total Valuation: €2.4 Billion

Two Premier League clubs made it to the top 5 Wealthiest Football Clubs 2019 as Manchester City also pushed upwards in the list besides Manchester United. With total generated revenue of €568.4 Million this season, the sky blues deserves the fifth place in the current ranking. Through their sponsorship deals and commercial tie-ups, the club made €265.7 Million revenue. Out of which a significant amount came from their main sponsor Etihad Airways and kit sponsor Nike.


The club also made €63.9 Million revenue through their match day ticket sales. And through their broadcasting rights, Manchester City made €238.8 Million more this year. The saga of becoming English Premier League winner in the 2018/19 season will definitely help the club to generate more revenue in the upcoming seasons.

4. Bayern Munich – $710.3 Million

Revenue in 2019: €629.2 Million (£557.4 Million or $710.3 Million)
Previous Revenue: €587.8 Million
Total Valuation: €2.7 Billion

German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich holds the fourth place in the ranking of Richest Football Clubs this season. They made a total of €629.2 Million revenue this year which is around €42 Million more than their previous year’s earning. The German side won their domestic league seven times in a row, which in turns increased their overall ticket sales this season. But their bad performance in UEFA Champions League also made quite an impact on their total revenue according to Deloitte Football Money League.

Bayern Munich earned €348.7 Million through the deals with jersey sponsor Deutsche Telekom and technical kit supplier Adidas. They also sold their broadcasting rights for €176.7 Million and generated €103.8 Million more through ticket sales.


3. Manchester United – $751.8 Million

Revenue in 2019: €666 Million (£590 Million or $751.8 Million)
Previous Revenue: €676.3 million
Total Valuation: €3.4 Billion

With €666 Million total revenue this year, Manchester United secured the third place in the list of Richest Football Clubs 2019. Even while securing the third spot, Red Devils faced nearly €10 Million dips in revenue since last year. They generated €316.1 Million commercial income through the sponsorship deals and merchandising. Manchester United earned a decent amount of revenue from their shirt sponsor Chevrolet and the technical kit sponsor Adidas.

They also earned €230.4 Million from their broadcasting rights this year. Besides, Manchester United witnessed €119.5 Million matchday income this season through the ticket sales. According to Deloitte Football Money League, the winning of UEFA Europa League a year back made a significant impact on the club’s revenue this year.

2. FC Barcelona – $779.4 Million

Revenue in 2019: €690.4 Million (£611.6 Million or $779.4 Million)
Previous Revenue: €648.3 Million
Total Valuation: €3.6 Billion


With a revenue income of €690.4 Million this year, Lionel Messi’s club Barcelona earns the second spot in the Richest Football Clubs 2018/19 list. They lost the top position to their rival club Real Madrid even after generating almost €42 Million more revenue than the previous year. The Catalan side generated €322.6 Million commercial revenue with their sponsorship deals with kit supplier Nike and the shirt sponsor Qatar Airways.

The club made nearly €223 Million this season through their broadcast rights. The matchday income also touched €144.8 Million as they witnessed a significant increase in ticket sales. While the £200-million sale of Neymar didn’t have any impact on the club’s 2019 revenue, but it increased a significant amount of the club’s total valuation to €2.98 Billion.

Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World 2020

1. Real Madrid – $847.7 Million

Revenue in 2019: €750.9 Million (£665.2 Million or $847.7 Million)
Previous Revenue: €674.6 Million
Total Valuation: €3.8 Billion

With total revenue of €750.9 Million this year, Real Madrid currently holds the top spot in the list of Richest Football Clubs in the world. After spending almost six seasons in the second position, Real Madrid restored its glory and achieved the top place. And surprisingly enough, even their archrival Barcelona achieved better ranking than the previous year. This year Los Blancos recovered quite a bit and came from second to the top position.


They earned a total of €315.5 Million through the commercial deals with their jersey sponsor Emirates and kit supplier Adidas. Real Madrid also generated €251.3 Million through their broadcast rights and €143.4 Million from their ticket sales. But, their total valuation almost remains the same even after the departure of super-costly footballers such as Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019

Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019

Real Madrid is the most valuable football club in the world 2019

The game of soccer is the most popular sport in the world played in almost all the countries in the world. Aside its popularity, the game of soccer is also a very lucrative industry. It is estimated that about 4 billion people around the world follow at least one football team in the world. In this article we will be bringing to you the top 20 most valuable football clubs in the world 2019.

The criteria for the ranking is based on the number of fans (both inside the stadium and behind television), endorsement deals and earnings from the sale of players.

The 20 most valuable teams are worth an average of $1.75 billion, 3.4% more than last year. In euros (the base currency used for the valuations), the average team value is 1.56 billion, 8.8% more than the previous year. The average revenue and operating income (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) for the 20 most valuable teams during the 2017-2018 season were $499 million and $77 million, respectively.



Top 20 Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019

Rank Team Country ValueIn millions % change
on year
Debt as
% of value
Revenue ($M)
1 Real Madrid Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 Spain Spain 4,239 4 1 896
2 Barcelona Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 Spain Spain 4,021 -1 0 824
3 Manchester United England Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 England 3,808 -8 19 795
4 Bayern Munich Germany Germany 3,024 -1 0 751
5 Manchester City England England 2,688 9 0 678
6 Chelsea England England 2,576 25 0 597
7 Arsenal England Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 England 2,268 1 11 520
8 Liverpool England England 2,183 12 3 613
9 Tottenham Hotspur England England 1,624 31 37 511
10 Juventus Italy Italy 1,512 3 9 480
11 Paris Saint-Germain France Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 France 1,092 12 0 646
12 Atlético Madrid Spain Spain 953 12 23 363
13 Borussia Dortmund Germany Germany 896 -1 0 379
14 Schalke 04 Germany Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 Germany 683 -3 12 291
15 Internazionale Italy Italy 672 11 50 335
16 Roma Italy Italy 622 1 41 298
17 West Ham United England England 616 -18 10 236
18 Milan Italy Most Valuable Football Clubs In The World 2019 Italy 583 -5 42 248
19 Everton England England 476 32 0 254
20 Newcastle United England England 381 0 240

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Richest Countries In The World 2019

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We bring to you the richest countries in the world 2019

Qatar is the richest country in the world 2019

By looking at the GDP per capita, or gross domestic product per capita, of each country around the globe, it is possible to rank the richest countries in the world 2019 based on wealth and then compare them to each other.

According to Global finance Magazine, these are the richest countries in the world 2019.

Gross domestic product (GDP) based on purchasing-power-parity (PPP) per capita.

Values are expressed in current international dollars, to the nearest whole dollar, reflecting a single year’s (2018) currency exchange rates and PPP adjustments.​





1 Qatar 134,623
2 Macao SAR 122,201
3 Luxembourg 108,813
4 Singapore 103,717
5 Brunei Darussalam 83,777
6 Ireland 82,439
7 Norway 76,738
8 United Arab Emirates 70,474
9 Kuwait 67,969
10 Hong Kong SAR 66,517
11 Switzerland 65,707
12 United States 64,767
13 San Marino 61,552
14 Netherlands 58,255
15 Saudi Arabia 56,817
16 Iceland 56,530
17 Taiwan Province of China 55,244
18 Sweden 54,071
19 Germany 53,854
20 Austria 53,716
21 Australia 53,559
22 Denmark 53,552
23 Bahrain 50,868
24 Canada 50,626
25 Belgium 49,480
26 Malta 48,246
27 Finland 48,006
28 France 46,978
29 United Kingdom 46,782
30 Oman 46,476
31 Japan 45,565
32 South Korea 42,985
33 Cyprus 41,836
34 Spain 41,538
35 New Zealand 41,179
36 Puerto Rico 40,796
37 Italy 40,206
38 Aruba 40,160
39 Israel 39,160
40 Czech Republic 39,088
41 Slovenia 38,634
42 Slovak Republic 37,021
43 Lithuania 36,997
44 Estonia 35,718
45 The Bahamas 34,421
46 Poland 33,747
47 Hungary 33,708
48 Portugal 33,166
49 Trinidad and Tobago 32,684
50 Malaysia 32,455
51 Seychelles 31,809
52 Latvia 31,491
53 St. Kitts and Nevis 31,095
54 Greece 30,506
55 Russia 30,284
56 Antigua and Barbuda 29,298
57 Kazakhstan 28,515
58 Romania 27,753
59 Croatia 27,580
60 Turkey 27,391
61 Panama 27,305
62 Chile 27,059
63 Mauritius 25,029
64 Bulgaria 24,485
65 Uruguay 24,052
66 Maldives 23,154
67 Equatorial Guinea 21,441
68 Mexico 21,107
69 Belarus 20,820
70 Thailand 20,474
71 Argentina 20,425
72 Turkmenistan 20,409
73 Montenegro 19,908
74 China 19,520
75 Dominican Republic 19,516
76 Gabon 19,159
77 Barbados 18,798
78 Azerbaijan 18,794
79 Botswana 18,654
80 Serbia 18,567
81 Islamic Republic of Iran 18,505
82 Costa Rica 18,183
83 Iraq 18,008
84 Grenada 17,071
85 Brazil 16,662
86 North Macedonia 16,455
87 Algeria 15,765
88 Colombia 15,576
89 Suriname 15,526
90 Palau 15,369
91 Lebanon 15,208
92 St. Lucia 15,000
93 Peru 14,892
94 Mongolia 14,270
95 Bosnia and Herzegovina 14,164
96 Albania 14,102
97 Egypt 14,028
98 Indonesia 14,019
99 Sri Lanka 13,954
100 Paraguay 13,913
101 South Africa 13,865
102 Tunisia 12,801
103 Nauru 12,433
104 St. Vincent and the Grenadines 12,431
105 Georgia 12,282
106 Kosovo 12,154
107 Libya 12,051
108 Ecuador 11,700
109 Namibia 11,369
110 Eswatini 11,089
111 Dominica 10,866
112 Armenia 10,828
113 Fiji 10,710
114 Bhutan 10,015
115 Ukraine 9,743
116 Jamaica 9,729
117 Jordan 9,651
118 Philippines 9,494
119 Morocco 9,284
120 Guyana 8,974
121 Guatemala 8,709
122 Belize 8,642
123 Lao P.D.R. 8,485
124 India 8,484
125 El Salvador 8,313
126 Uzbekistan 8,065
127 Vietnam 8,063
128 Bolivia 7,790
129 Cabo Verde 7,727
130 Moldova 7,700
131 Republic of Congo 7,119
132 Myanmar 7,029
133 Ghana 6,998
134 Angola 6,763
135 Tonga 6,496
136 Samoa 6,135
137 Nigeria 6,098
138 Pakistan 5,839
139 Timor-Leste 5,561
140 Nicaragua 5,433
141 Honduras 5,390
142 Bangladesh 4,993
143 Cambodia 4,643
144 Còte d’Ivoire 4,454
145 Tuvalu 4,275
146 Mauritania 4,201
147 Zambia 4,177
148 Sudan 4,089
149 Djibouti 3,999
150 Kyrgyz Republic 3,979
151 Cameroon 3,965
152 Kenya 3,863
153 Senegal 3,864
154 Papua New Guinea 3,789
155 Marshall Islands 3,788
156 Micronesia 3,584
157 Tajikistan 3,578
158 Tanzania 3,573
159 Lesotho 3,564
160 Sao Tomè and Prìncipe 3,441
161 Nepal 3,115
162 Vanuatu 2,932
163 The Gambia 2,903
164 Uganda 2,622
165 Zimbabwe 2,620
166 Benin 2,562
167 Ethiopia 2,517
168 Chad 2,505
169 Mali 2,474
170 Rwanda 2,444
171 Guinea 2,429
172 Yemen 2,404
173 Solomon Islands 2,297
174 Kiribati 2,134
175 Burkina Faso 2,096
176 Afghanistan 2,086
177 Guinea-Bissau 2,025
178 Haiti 1,903
179 Togo 1,820
180 Eritrea 1,718
181 Sierra Leone 1,701
182 Madagascar 1,698
183 Comoros 1,662
184 South Sudan 1,613
185 Liberia 1,413
186 Mozambique 1,331
187 Niger 1,280
188 Malawi 1,234
189 Democratic Republic of the Congo 791
190 Central African Republic 746
191 Burundi 727


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