In order to boost revenue, the NFL is partnering with various sports betting operators. These betting companies will have access to official NFL data, which the league intends to incorporate into broadcasts. This year, the NFL is expected to generate $270 million through official betting deals. Other sports leagues are likely to follow suit.
In addition to partnering with various sports betting operators, the league also offers sports data, which is vital for improving the betting experience. Sportsbook data can be used to make informed decisions regarding the game’s outcome. With a comprehensive view of a race, fans can bet on every aspect of a race. As a result, they get an even more engaging and thrilling live experience.
The NFL hopes the new regulations will make betting on sports games more convenient and safe. However, they have to be wary of alienating casual fans. For this reason, they are looking into developing alternative ways to make the betting experience better for fans. ESPN has already experimented with a gambling-themed simulcast, but Wingo believes it will not impact the main telecasts.
The PGA TOUR has also partnered with FanDuel to bring odds-based content to fans. As a result, bettors will be able to see the field of players and their odds before the start of the tournament.