Official betting is a legal form of wagering that takes place on events that are sanctioned by a professional sports organization. It is a growing industry that has been legalized in multiple states since the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was overturned by the Supreme Court in 2018.
The PGA TOUR and DraftKings Announce Exclusive Multi-Year Content and Marketing Relationship Designating DraftKings as the First “Official Betting Operator of the PGA TOUR”
As the first “Official Betting Operator of the TOUR,” DraftKings will be permitted to use the PGA TOUR’s trademarks, rights to advertise within TOUR media and TOUR partner platforms, plus content and video rights. In addition, fans can expect to see live streaming and highlights of TOUR games as part of the DraftKings Sportsbook.
Rules for Totals and Run Lines
To have action on Money Lines, Totals and Run Lines, the game must be a complete event with both listed pitchers starting for each team. If the game is shortened by extra innings, wagers on these props will have action as well.
If the spread is called in a game, the underdog will usually pay more than the favorite. This is known as “covering the spread.”
The spread has become a popular way to bet on football games, and it is a great strategy for fans who want to increase their odds of winning. But it’s important to remember that if the spread is too high, it could lead to big losses for some bettors.