NFL Announces New Official Betting Partners

The NFL will soon have official betting partners. Last week, the league announced that DraftKings, FanDuel and Caesars are the three new partners. The league will give these companies exclusive access to the league’s betting content, paving the way for integration of betting content into NFL Network broadcasts. While the NFL has already established a relationship with other sports leagues, this deal could expand the NFL’s reach even further. And since most of the league’s viewers don’t bet on NFL games, official betting partnerships are the best way to ensure that the NFL has the most engaged fans.

The PGA TOUR, along with other professional and amateur sports organizations, are committed to ensuring that their players’ safety. To that end, the tour works to protect the integrity of the game by implementing robust integrity programs and licensing live scoring data. In addition, the TOUR is a platinum member of the National Council on Problem Gambling, aligned with the American Gaming Association and the Have A Game Plan campaign. In addition to betting on games, the TOUR also aims to educate golf fans about the risks and rewards of gambling.

Another big name in sports betting is WynnBET. This luxury brand is the official sports betting partner of the New York Jets. PointsBet has a unique PointsBetting format. The difference between the final score and the original point spread is multiplied by the stake. BallyBet is another well-known online betting platform that owns the naming rights of 20 regional sports networks. And, in New York, the BetMGM mobile app will launch on Monday.