An increasing number of official sports betting partnerships are flooding the media, giving industry giants a chance to combine forces. These relationships are not one-off ventures, but rather portfolios that span multiple sectors. For example, DraftKings, one of the leading players in the sector, has entered into multiple partnerships and expanded its reach to multiple states.
Despite its nascent popularity, sports betting remains a difficult proposition for many states. While most have no legalized markets, there are a few exceptions. While Iowa became the latest state to legalize betting, other states have taken several months to fully implement legal sports betting. Some have waited up to a year before opening, while others have taken six months or more.
In the meantime, sports betting enthusiasts in Oregon have an alternative option. A sports betting app called Scoreboard has been launched in the state. This app is an online sportsbook for people who live in Oregon. Unlike traditional brick-and-mortar sportsbooks, Scoreboard can accept wagers by phone. However, a few restrictions apply to the app.
Sports betting in Arizona is legal. The state’s Department of Gaming has a regulation in place to oversee the sports betting industry. As of October 2022, there are 18 legal sportsbooks operating in Arizona. The state also has rules governing advance-deposit betting, so it’s possible to place a bet on a specific race in advance.