The NFL and Other Major Leagues Have Signed Official Betting Partnerships

While the NFL hasn’t officially designated any of its sportsbooks to be official betting partners, there are plenty of other sports leagues that have. Genius Sports, which monitors these deals, has already secured deals with several non-official bookmakers. DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars were among the first to join the league’s official betting partner list in April. The NFL has also entered into data-sharing agreements with other sports leagues, including NBA and MLB. However, those deals are limited to their own geographic areas, so it’s best to avoid any bookmakers that do not have a license to use its official data.

In addition to being an official betting partner of the WNBA, the PGA TOUR is also looking to launch its own branded fan experience during the Memorial Tournament. This will further elevate the fan experience for fans. Initially entering the golf market through the Memorial Tournament, betPARX plans to parlay its influence to become the official betting partner of the entire PGA Tour. As a result, the company will have exclusive rights to use the PGA Tour’s intellectual property and marks, as well as video highlights from the tournament.

An official betting website or app should have excellent customer service, which is especially important for those who bet on sports. Issues can arise while placing bets and a poor customer support system can lead to you losing money or even losing your bets. Additionally, refunds or withdrawals can take weeks or even months to process. It’s best to look for a website or app that offers 24/7 customer service, has active social media pages, and has multiple avenues for assistance.