Whether you’re betting on NASCAR races, a professional sporting event, or a college game, official data provides sportsbooks a powerful tool for engaging their fans. It’s also the key to delivering a high-quality live wagering experience.
Major League Baseball (MLB)
MLB’s official website has a wealth of information about the sport including stats, news, and betting lines. The league also operates a number of social media channels for its fans to engage with on a variety of topics.
The National Football League (NFL) and the NCAA Division I College Football Association (NCAA) both regulate and enforce gambling in their sport. Both leagues prohibit a variety of illegal activities, including, but not limited to, influencing or promoting wagering, soliciting bribes and misusing inside information.
The Football Association of England (FA) prohibits all individuals from engaging in football betting, unless they are associated with a club or match official at level 4 or below. Individuals at level 5 and above can still bet on football matches and events, but must do so in their personal capacity and not for profit.
The NBA and NFL have public positions on sports gambling, while the NHL has not publicly stated a position. However, the NHL has signed sponsorship agreements with William Hill and MGM Resorts International that include betting partnerships and access to in-play data.
The ATP World Tour, US Open and French Open are some of the biggest events on the calendar and they also feature a range of unique betting markets. The ATP World Tour has a large betting market for singles and doubles, while the French Open has a wide range of bets on both men’s and women’s events.