The NFL was the last major American sport league to sign official betting deals. The NFL recently announced three sportsbooks as official betting partners. In return, they’ll get access to league-owned data. They’ll also be able to promote their relationship with the league. They will link their brands to on-air and online statistics related to games. This deal is in effect for three years, and the NFL can choose to end it at any time.
In 2018, sports betting became legal in the U.S., which meant that NASCAR needed a new official betting solution and data product. So the league partnered with BetMGM and WynnBET to create an official betting product. The new product includes over 25 different in-race bet types and allows sportsbooks to take bets on every lap of every race. The result is a more exciting, live betting experience for NASCAR fans across the regulated states.
Sports betting is available in Arizona at several licensed casinos and retail locations. Most of these locations also have online sportsbook partners. In Phoenix, FanDuel, Caesars, BetMGM, and State Farm Stadium are among the many retail locations that offer sports betting. There are also a number of licensed tribal casinos offering sports betting.
For the most up-to-date and accurate odds, sportsbetting fans can check the official betting rules of each sportsbook. Some sportsbooks void bets if a game is postponed or cancelled. DraftKings, for example, voids bets if a game is postponed for more than 36 hours. Other sportsbooks require a game to be rescheduled before it becomes official.