The NFL is the latest American sports league to sign official betting deals. The NFL announced three sportsbooks to become its official betting partners. Those sportsbooks will receive official league data, and can promote their relationship with the NFL and tie their brands to their statistics. In exchange for the rights to the league’s statistics, the betting partners will pay the league nearly $1 billion over the next five years. However, the league can opt out of the deal after three years.
Until now, most states have not legalized sports betting. But in recent years, seven states, including New Jersey, have made the process legal. More states are expected to follow suit. In 2024, almost seventy percent of US states will offer legal sports betting. In the meantime, the integrity of the NFL will remain intact, with the new laws. The NFL is committed to continuing its tradition of providing the most accurate odds. But how can sportsbooks do this?
Sportsbook Rhode Island has joined the ranks of official betting sites. Its sports betting app and land-based sportsbook locations will carry official NBA trademarks. The league also enlisted the help of Genius Sports and Sportradar to share its betting data. In September 2019, sports betting is officially available in the Ocean State. But before you start betting, read about the rules and regulations. In New Hampshire, sports betting is a state-run endeavor. Licensed sports betting sites compete to provide odds on sporting events.