Unlike traditional betting, which is done on a local level, official betting can be accessed from anywhere in the world. This is particularly helpful for sports enthusiasts, as official betting helps them understand the odds of a game. However, there are many factors that go into the odds, and understanding them is crucial to maximizing your betting experience. To help you understand the odds of a game, the NFL has partnered with three sportsbooks and will integrate gambling content into the broadcasts and stadium experience. The NFL expects to generate $270 million in revenue this year through official sports betting. Other sportsbooks can also sign official betting data deals with NFL teams, but they must adhere to NFL regulations.

In addition to licensing rights from NASCAR, the Detroit Tigers have also signed an agreement with PointsBet to provide its fans with an official betting solution. The deal, which includes over 25 different types of in-race bets, gives sportsbooks access to the league’s official data and branding. In addition, this deal includes the right to run advertising on the Tigers’ radio network.

The NFL concluded that the ideal sports gambling legislation would include substantive licensing requirements, clear markets, and consumer protections. In addition, it would prohibit insider betting and place onus on operators to prevent this. DraftKings, for instance, is one of the industry’s leading players, and they’ve negotiated a wide range of deals with various sports leagues and sportsbooks.