As an NFL fan, you might be interested in the official betting deals that the league has signed with three sportsbooks. These deals give sportsbooks access to official league data, which they can then use to promote their relationship with the league and tie their brand to statistics. If the five-year deal works, the NFL will make almost $1 billion in revenue from these deals. The league can veto the deal after three years. So, should you be betting on NFL games?
While it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to get into a game without placing a wager, you can still place a bet. Just make sure to follow the sportsbooks’ rules to ensure you get the best odds. It’s important to keep in mind that every sportsbook has their own set of rules regarding the occurrence of cancellations. If the game is canceled, for example, DraftKings will void your bet and require the game to be rescheduled within 36 hours. Similarly, BetMGM will make your bet official after 4.5 innings, or after five innings if the home team leads.
As a result of the agreement, bet365 will become the official betting operator of the PGA TOUR. The company will also become the series’ official betting operator outside of North America. The partnership will allow bet365 to provide odds on the tournament’s leaderboards, player pages, and its TOURCast, which features 3D renderings of every golf shot. The deal also gives bet365 the right to advertise on TOUR media, such as its website, social media, and partner platforms.