NFL, PGA TOUR, and Other Sports Official Betting Partnerships

Official betting is a growing business in sports. It has been legalized in several states, and many fans are enjoying wagering on professional sports teams. While the NBA is still largely unregulated, there are currently a few ways to place wagers. Some of the major sports leagues have signed deals with gaming companies, and others are in the works. There are several options, and each one is a bit different. Here’s a quick look at some of them.

The NFL has reached a multi-year deal with DraftKings and FanDuel. Both companies will provide in-play and out-of-play betting for the NFL. This means that all three partners will be able to access exclusive NFL content. However, there are also other potential partnerships, and it’s possible that other leagues will pursue similar deals.

The PGA TOUR also has a relationship with a number of online and mobile betting companies. Last season, nine of the 20 English Premier League teams had deals with gaming companies. During the ’21 season, the amount bet on the PGA Tour via official betting operators increased by 50 percent. PGA Tour officials expect this growth to continue, and the TOUR has launched a campaign called Have A Game Plan, which aims to educate golfers on the proper way to wager on their favorite players.

Many of the NFL’s current official betting partners, including Bovada and DraftKings, offer a variety of payment options. Users can deposit funds using PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, or a variety of other methods. They can also accept Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. Additionally, some apps will include a mobile-only promo.