Since the Supreme Court struck down PASPA in 2018, the number of states with legal sports betting has grown from just a few to more than 30. Many of those states have partnered with gambling operators to offer online and in-person sports betting.

The NFL, in particular, has embraced the growth of sports betting. Its relationship with betting companies has changed dramatically in the wake of the ruling. We sat down with ESPN’s David Purdum to get his take on how the landscape has changed.

A big part of the shift has been the increased prominence of sports betting brands on TV. That has given people more access to odds than ever before and, arguably, lowered the barrier of entry for those interested in wagering on sports.

While a lot of sportsbooks only carry odds for the top-tier pro leagues, there are always more obscure options available for fans who want to bet on niche or smaller events. FanDuel, for instance, offers betting lines on Gaelic football matches while other North American sportsbooks don’t.

The NCAA is also taking steps to address the rising popularity of sports betting and its impact on student-athletes. The organization recently launched a new e-learning module designed to educate current and prospective student-athletes about problem gambling and its effects on the integrity of the game.