Official betting is a form of sports wagering that uses official odds and data from the NBA. DraftKings and FanDuel Group have expanded partnerships to become co-official sports betting partners with the NBA, meaning that they’ll have expansive rights to integrate NBA content across their platforms.

These partners will have exclusive access to official data from the NBA, which they can use to create unique and personalized user experiences. The NBA is the most popular sport in the United States, and its partnership with these companies will allow it to tap into this massive market.

Currently, sports betting is legal in more than 30 states. Since the Supreme Court struck down PASPA, each state has the opportunity to institute its own sports betting laws. Florida and Maine are the most recent to launch their markets, allowing customers to begin placing bets in-person and online.

Some states have restrictions on specific types of bets, such as player props in collegiate games. These bets can be disarmingly simple, with bettors predicting whether a particular player will or won’t score a touchdown or field goal in a given game. Others are more complex and require a deeper understanding of the rules and regulations of the game to be made.

Most of these restrictions are aimed at preventing players from placing bets on themselves or other members of their clubs, which could violate Football Association (FA) regulations. However, the ban does not prevent individuals from placing bets on their own clubs at lower levels of the men’s or women’s league systems.