Sportsbooks and the NFL Sign Official Betting Deals

The NFL is one of the last major American sports leagues to sign official betting deals. This year, the NFL announced that three sportsbooks would become its official betting partners. This move gives betting companies official league data and allows them to promote their relationship with the league by tying their brands to player statistics. If the deal works, the NFL will receive almost $1 billion over the five-year contract, which can be terminated at any time. However, it’s unclear if the league will extend the deal.

The NBA and MLB have also partnered with sportsbooks to increase the number of games fans can bet on. As sports betting became legal in the U.S. last year, sportsbooks have been scrambling to stay in the game. Official betting is a great way to get your fix of live events while watching your favorite team. Official betting also gives you the chance to bet on the outcome of every game. With more than 100 markets, you have the best chance of winning a game. Just remember that betting on a single team doesn’t offer you huge profits.

Another new partnership in golf has been announced. The PGA TOUR and betPARX will work together to bring the PGA Tour to new levels of fan engagement. As the official betting partner of the entire PGA Tour, betPARX will have access to the PGA Tour’s intellectual property and marks. In addition, the two companies will have access to golf-related video highlights. For golf fans, this partnership could be a boon.