The NFL is the latest major American sports league to announce official betting partnerships. The league has signed deals with three sportsbooks to promote their relationship with the league. In return, the sportsbooks get official league data. In addition, they can promote their brand through on-air and online statistics. The deal lasts for three years and then allows the league to opt out.
Betting on NASCAR is a unique proposition for sportsbooks and fans. The league has developed bespoke head-to-head betting markets with multiple bookmakers. These sportsbooks include BetMGM, WynnBET, Penn National, Fubo, and FanDuel. The sport’s official betting solution is powered by data and provides fans in regulated states with a compelling live betting experience.
The NBA also has an option for betting on its games. The league has partnered with MGM to allow the books to use its logo on oddsboards. The deals are not dictated by gaming regulations, so other leagues may pursue similar deals in the future. The CEO of William Hill U.S. says his company receives calls daily from teams seeking to partner with sports betting operators.
MLB money line picks are also available for all games. Using these picks, you can predict the winner of any game.