Having an official sports betting solution was one of the most important things for NASCAR, a league that requires sportsbooks to provide wagers on every lap of each race. The league’s first-ever official product includes more than 25 in-race betting types.
The NFL has forged partnerships with betting operators. This gives the league access to the best class monitoring and gambling-related training for its players. It also allows for gambling to seep into the stadium experience. The NFL is licensed to sell six sportsbook commercials per game to approved sportsbook operators. During games, betting lines and spreads are added to the bottom of the screen. In addition, the NFL has added a variety of free play games.
Several states have passed sports betting legislation. In addition, several more states are expected to pass legalization laws in the near future. These include Iowa, Montana, New Jersey, Indiana, and Washington.
As of May 2019, the Supreme Court has ruled that sports betting is legal in seven states. This will result in nearly $8 billion in bets being placed in seven states, and the industry is expected to grow even larger.
The NFL’s partnerships with betting operators are expected to generate $270 million in revenue this year. The league’s partners are expected to include DraftKings, FanDuel, MGM, and BetMGM.
The NFL has cut deals with video licensing firms that will allow sportsbooks to use official league data for in-game betting. The league has also licensed video internationally.