The NBA hit one from behind the arc Tuesday in completing its third sports betting deal, this time with FanDuel. In the multi-year, expanded partnership, FanDuel will have access to official NBA betting data.
The sports betting business is booming in New Jersey – nearly $1 billion wagered since June – with the amount of money bet increasing for the fifth consecutive month, according to state officials. With that pace, the Garden State is on track to out wager Las Vegas, becoming the sports betting epicenter of the U.S.
Day one is in the books for the $10,500 NCAA Bowl Contest taking place at SBR Forum. There is a four way tie for first place after the opening day of college football bowl action. View the complete standings sheet at SBR Forum. The contest is exclusive to SBR Pro members, who also enjoy unlimited SBR Store access.
The NFL, the only major US pro sports league not to have a data licensing partnership, appears to be ready to get into the sports betting business. The topic was raised at the NFL’s annual one-day meeting in Irving, Texas this week, where the 2020 NFL Draft was awarded to Las Vegas, the epicenter of US sports betting.