The NFL has signed a deal with sports betting companies that will give them access to official data for NFL games. In return, these companies will integrate their data into NFL Network broadcasts. However, the league has not officially named its betting partners. In the meantime, it is expected to do so in November when New Hampshire becomes a legal sports betting state.
NFL betting partners have access to official data
Genius Sports has signed a US$120 million contract with the NFL to provide official data and live streaming. This deal reflects the increasing value of exclusive data rights and coincides with the explosive growth in legalised betting in the US. Genius is already a major player in the industry, and the NFL’s new deal with Genius gives it access to even more data.
As the largest sportsbook in the United States, FanDuel has expanded its relationship with Genius Sports, the official provider of gambling products and services for the NFL. The partnership will provide FanDuel with access to official NFL data, media content, and advertising inventory on league-owned digital properties.
NFL betting partners have access to official data on players and teams, and can use that data to make informed betting decisions. They can also share this information with other sportsbooks. These partnerships are monitored by Genius Sports, and other sportsbooks may enter into deals with teams within their own geographic area.
NFL licenses video to sportsbooks
In a bid to increase their reach, the NFL is licensing video from their games to sportsbooks. This move follows a partnership between the NFL and software company Betgenius. The NFL is hoping that this deal will help boost video and statistics for sports betting. In addition, many NFL teams are opening up betting lounges within their stadiums. These are basically high-end sports bars. However, the NFL is still not announcing which sportsbooks will have these rights.
The NFL is trying to avoid the pitfalls of commercializing video for sports betting. The league wants to maintain the integrity of the game and ensure fair odds for fans. To that end, all operators will adhere to its integrity policies, collaborate with the NFL on its various advocacy campaigns, and license official league data from Genius Sports.
New Hampshire legalizes sports betting in November 2018
The state of New Hampshire will legalize sports betting in November, which will allow sports bettors to bet on sports events. The state has signed a contract with Boston-based DraftKings to provide online sports betting services to New Hampshire residents. This partnership will generate revenue for the state’s education trust fund. If sports betting in New Hampshire proves to be a success, the state will likely consider legalizing in-person sports betting as well.
Sports betting in New Hampshire was approved by the legislature in November 2018 and signed into law by the governor on November 30, 2019. The law allows sports wagering online and in retail sportsbooks, but is only available in the state of New Hampshire. In addition, the law prohibits sports betting on collegiate teams within the state. The state’s sports betting market is dominated by DraftKings, which operates two retail sportsbooks in the state and operates the state’s only mobile platform.