The NFL is the latest American sports league to sign official betting deals. The NFL announced three sportsbooks to be its official betting partners. As an official betting partner, these sportsbooks will receive official league data, as well as opportunities to market their brand by linking statistics with its affiliation. If the five-year deal is successful, the NFL will receive nearly $1 billion in revenue. If not, it can opt out. It is unclear whether the NFL will renew the deal.
The NFL has partnered with a leading analytics company to license video and official data to sportsbooks. This deal aims to increase the speed of information and the shelf life of live betting odds. The league is also seeking to expand the reach of its brand by entering international markets. This is an important move for the NFL, as more people are embracing the official betting environment. A lot of sportsbooks are catching on to this trend and are offering more ways to bet.
Arizona sportsbooks tend to offer mobile betting apps, both Android and iOS. Unlike many other states, the NFL is closely regulated. A licensing program that allows only 20 operators has resulted in stricter rules. Ultimately, Arizona sportsbooks should offer a wide range of sportsbooks and compelling promotional offers to attract sports fans. And don’t forget about New Jersey. Even though the NFL has been the first major league to legalize sports betting, the NFL has survived its first year of legalization.