The NFL is the latest American sports league to sign official betting deals with sportsbooks. The league has announced partnerships with three sportsbooks. These partnerships will allow sportsbooks to have access to official league data and promote their relationship with the league. They will also be able to tie their brands to on-air and online stats related to the games. However, the league still has the right to opt out of the deal after the first two years.

In other cases, the NFL has allowed sportsbooks to become team sponsors in states that allow sports betting. However, the league does not permit sportsbooks to have kiosks or true betting windows in stadiums. There are several exceptions to this rule, though, such as the Arizona Cardinals’ recent agreement with BetMGM. In addition, sportsbooks are allowed to place signage at stadiums.

If you live in Arizona, you can also place your bets with a sportsbook affiliated with the Arizona Diamondbacks. This sportsbook has a user-friendly interface and offers a wide range of markets. In addition, the Arizona sportsbook is available at State Farm Stadium, which makes it convenient for fans to place wagers on the Arizona Diamondbacks.

In addition to its content and marketing deals, the NFL is also licensing video and official data to sportsbooks around the world. The league began testing this idea in the United Kingdom and Australia and has since signed several international deals.