With the legalization of sports betting across the U.S., companies are taking note of the opportunity to partner with major leagues. These partnerships are not limited to the NFL and NBA. Major league teams like the Boston Celtics and the Cincinnati Bengals are already signing up with bookies. In fact, the Cincinnati Hard Rock Casino is set to launch its own sportsbook in the next few years.
A sportsbook is not the only place where you can bet, but the odds are slim to none for professional sports. If you want to wager on your favorite teams, however, your options are endless. As of this writing, there are nearly two dozen state markets where bettors can place a wager on their favorite teams.
The official product from NASCAR is a data-powered solution that makes wagering on the tracks even more enjoyable for fans. It includes over 25 in-race bet types. And the official product does it in style, utilizing a patented technology that allows sportsbooks to take bets on every lap of every race.
For example, the official product from NASCAR is the first to feature an innovative “real time” betting platform. This enables a regulated sportsbook to offer an entirely new level of in-game betting options to its customers. Unlike other forms of betting, a NASCAR-powered solution is capable of delivering a high-quality live experience to fans across a regulated state.
Another example is the official product from the PGA Tour. Not only is this the PGA Tour’s first official sportsbook, but it is also the largest single-team sportsbook in the world. As a result, the PGA is in a unique position to proactively shape the future of sports betting in the U.S.