This fall will mark the start of NFL official betting. The league recently announced three sportsbooks that are now official betting partners, receiving access to league data and allowing them to tie their brands to statistics. If the five-year deal works out, the NFL will pay the sportsbooks almost $1 billion over the next five years, but they can opt out after three years if they feel that the deal isn’t worth it. This is a great opportunity for betting partners to gain exposure in the NFL community and promote their own brands.
The Ohio Legislature approved enabling legislation on Dec. 8, and Gov. Mark DeWine signed it into law. Online sports betting in Ohio will launch on Jan. 1, 2023, so residents of the state will not have to wait too long to get in on the action. To learn more, read on! Here are some of the details. After these initial steps, the state will be able to license more than one sportsbook. There are a total of nine online sportsbooks in the state.
The agreement also extends to international markets, including Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the UK. It also extends to bet365’s use of PGA TOUR marks in these countries. The company will also have rights to advertise on TOUR-owned platforms and media. It also has a partnership with bet365’s own shot tracking platform, TourCast. By becoming the official betting operator, the PGA Tour will be able to promote its events and attract more fans.