In order to grow its revenue, NFL has partnered with sports betting companies, infusing betting content into broadcasts and allowing it to permeate into the stadium experience. This year, the NFL signed official betting deals with Caesars, DraftKings and FanDuel. It expects to generate $270 million from these deals. This partnership, however, is not without risk. The NFL must maintain a delicate balance.
It is important to note that every sportsbook has different rules regarding the time at which the bet becomes official. For example, if the game is canceled, some sportsbooks can void your bet. For instance, DraftKings will void your bet unless the game is rescheduled within 36 hours. Other sportsbooks, like BetMGM, require the bet to become official after five innings of play or 4.5 innings if the home team is ahead.
If you’re a big sports fan, you can also bet on NBA games at DraftKings, which has partnered with the league in a multiyear partnership. This partnership will help the two organizations share official betting data. It will also make the data available across sportsbooks and mobile platforms. DraftKings is the leading sportsbook in the United States.
Despite the legal issues surrounding the game, the PGA TOUR continues to work towards making it as safe as possible. To protect the integrity of the sport, the PGA TOUR has implemented an extensive integrity program. It has also partnered with Genius Sports and IMG ARENA to license live scoring data. Additionally, it has also joined the National Council on Problem Gambling. Furthermore, the PGA TOUR is aligning with the Have a Game Plan campaign, which aims to educate the public about how to play golf responsibly.