Official betting offers a way for sports fans to bet on their favorite teams. There is a lot of jargon surrounding the odds for a game, so official betting makes things easier for fans. The NFL, for example, has partnered with various betting operators and is integrating gambling content into the game experience. The league expects to earn about $270 million in revenue from official sports betting this year. It is possible for other sportsbooks to sign similar deals.

In addition to being the official betting operator, bet365 has signed a three-year deal with the PGA TOUR. It is the first time the series has partnered with a betting company outside of North America. The company, which has headquarters in the UK, will have exclusive access to odds and information, including leaderboards and player pages, and a live streaming platform called TOURCast. This live-streaming service will feature 3d renderings of every shot made by each player and will be available in the UK, Ireland, and Australia.

Many sportsbooks will offer betting on sports, but the rules for in-play betting will vary from sportsbook to sportsbook. Some will automatically void your bet if the game is canceled, while others will require that the game be rescheduled within 36 hours.