NFL has officially announced its official betting partners for the 2015 season. DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars Entertainment will get exclusive access to NFL content. The agreement paves the way for betting content to be integrated into NFL Network broadcasts this fall. The NFL expects to reach $1 billion in revenue from this five-year partnership. However, the league has yet to designate an official betting partner. For now, fans should check the official NFL website for details.
BetCity, a leading Dutch sports betting operator, has expanded its presence in professional hockey. As a result, it has become the official betting partner for the FIH for the next three years. The deal allows the sportsbook to take bets on every lap of every race, giving fans in regulated states a highly immersive live experience. The deal is worth $100 million and will make DraftKings one of the most popular sports betting sites in the world.
The state of Delaware has legalized sports betting, but residents won’t be able to place bets until Jan. 1, 2023. The state of Oregon did not have to pass new legislation to legalize sports betting. This is because the state already had a limited version of sports betting. However, the state’s governor didn’t sign the legislation until August 2021. The state of Vermont approved sports betting in 2018, but it won’t allow mobile sports betting until 2022.