The NFL is the latest American sport to sign an official betting deal. The league has inked a multiyear deal with DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars Entertainment. As a result, the companies will have exclusive access to NFL content and data. This will allow them to integrate betting content into NFL Network broadcasts this fall.
The deal also includes rights to distribute PGA TOUR highlights to FanDuel bettors. This partnership will benefit fans around the world. In addition, the partnership will help promote the PGA TOUR and its players. The two companies will also work together to bring fans odds-based content. The deal will continue until 2024.
Because betting is legal in many U.S. states, MLB has been a strong advocate for sports betting. As one of the biggest sports leagues in the United States, MLB is committed to protecting the integrity of its games. By legalizing sports betting, the league can help ensure a safe environment for fans. To ensure this, the Proposition 27 bill contains strong integrity provisions.
While the NFL has not publicly stated its position on sports betting, it has been active in licensing video and official data to sportsbooks. The league tested its video licensing in Australia and the United Kingdom, and has signed deals with bookmakers in Germany and Latin America.