In addition to the new stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, the league has signed a partnership with Wagr, a social marketplace that turns verbal bets between friends and acquaintances into official betting. The platform calculates point spreads and lets customers wager on games against friends and family. The partnership will create an exclusive presence for Wagr at GEODIS Park, the team’s new home.
Despite the potential for corruption in sports betting, the NFL is committed to protecting its players and fans. The league provides special training on gambling and uses best-in-class monitoring. The league’s shift to official betting is part of its ongoing efforts to fight corruption. The league’s efforts will ensure that games are played fairly and the fans have a safe experience.
In addition to betting on games, the league also offers resources and links to help bettors cope with addiction. Support can be found through the American Addiction Centers, the National Council on Problem Gaming, and 1-800-GAMBLER. In addition to this, licensed operators ensure that the games are fair, bets are honored, and customer funds are secure. Finally, they offer legal protections for consumers. Sports betting is not legal everywhere, so make sure to check local laws to make sure you’re in the right place to enjoy the game.
Since the Supreme Court’s decision legalized sports betting, the PGA Tour has seen a huge increase in betting. The amount of money wagered through official betting operators has increased 50 percent since the ‘2020 ruling. It’s likely to continue to grow in the years to come. But as it grows, questions remain. For example, what kind of betting will be allowed on golf in the future? And how will betting affect the Tour’s business?