NFL Signs Official Betting Deals

The NFL is one of the last American sports leagues to sign official betting deals. Last week, the NFL announced that it will partner with three sportsbooks for the 2018 season. As an official betting partner, these companies will have access to official league data and can promote their relationships with the league by linking their brands to certain statistics. If the deal is a success, the NFL will receive nearly $1 billion in revenue over the course of the five-year deal, and can opt out after three years.

In addition to joining the Official Betting Operator program, BetMGM is becoming an official betting partner for the Liberty, one of the eight original WNBA franchises. The Liberty plays its home games at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Its majority owner is Joe Tsai, the owner of the Brooklyn Nets. In addition, the TOUR has made the PGA Tour’s trademarks and intellectual property available to bettors, including live scores, video highlights, and more.

When placing bets, sports betting websites should offer excellent customer support. With poor customer support, customers may not be able to place or withdraw bets quickly. If the website is not responsive to customer concerns, it could cost them money and potentially ruin their sports betting experience. Additionally, it could take weeks or even months to process refunds or withdraw money. To ensure that you are receiving excellent customer service from your betting website, look for apps with active social media presence.