What Is Official Betting?

Official betting is a new form of sports betting that is available across many US states. It’s a way to make wagers during live events and gives fans a more engaging experience as they watch on TV.

The United States is home to a wide variety of sporting events and sports betting laws vary by state, so check your local laws before making any bets. Some states are more lenient than others and some have strict rules about which types of bets are allowed.

Despite some lingering legal concerns, sports betting has grown significantly in recent years and is now found in more than half of the 50 US states. Since a May 2018 Supreme Court ruling, states have had individual power to decide whether or not to legalize sports betting, and many have chosen to jump at the opportunity.

NASCAR Racing:

One of the first sports to see a booming market for betting, NASCAR needed an innovative way to attract new bettors before it launched a sportsbook product in 2018. Together with NASCAR we created a data-powered sportsbook solution with over 25 in-race bet-types, which is now available at sportsbooks across regulated states.

American Football:

Spread bets are the most common type of NFL wager, but there is also a strong focus on in-play bets during games. These wagers allow bettors to follow the action as it unfolds and make savvy moves when the game’s momentum is changing.


The World Cup and the Ashes are just two of the most popular international cricket events in the world, with millions of bettors tuning in to watch them. The most popular ways to bet on cricket are in the form of accumulators (accumulator bets are spread over multiple matches) and totals. You can also bet on the number of runs scored in a match, which is called an over/under.