The NFL has finally signed official betting deals with three sportsbooks. These deals give each partner exclusive access to league data and allow the sportsbooks to tie their brand to the league’s statistics. The NFL will receive nearly $1 billion in revenue if the five-year deal is successful, and if not, the league has the option to opt out. Official betting deals will be monitored by Genius Sports. In April, FanDuel, Caesars and DraftKings were announced as official NFL betting partners.
Liberty: The Liberty is one of the original eight WNBA franchises. The team plays at Barclays Center in Brooklyn and is owned by Joe Tsai, majority owner of the Brooklyn Nets. BetMGM: The company will be the official betting partner of the PGA Tour in 2022. It will receive exclusive rights to use PGA TOUR marks and intellectual property, as well as distribute video highlights of the games. While betting odds will be offered by the PGA TOUR, users should still check the terms and conditions of the sportsbooks before placing a wager.
DraftKings: In addition to its official daily fantasy sports product, the site also owns and operates the Vegas Sports Information Network (VSIN), a multiplatform broadcast and gaming platform. The brand is available in seven countries worldwide, and DraftKings is the official daily fantasy sports partner of the NFL, MLB, PGA TOUR, UFC and more. In addition, DraftKings is the official betting partner of NFL and MLB, the official gaming operator of the NBA and PGA TOUR, and the official betting partner of the NFL’s NBA and MLB jewel events.