If you enjoy sports, you might want to try your hand at sports betting. There are many ways to make money betting on the big games, from individual bets to team props. The pace of play of an NFL game, for example, is a major betting factor, as it affects how many possessions a team gets and how many scoring opportunities they have. Many sportsbooks also offer props and futures, which are wagers made on in-game events that have no bearing on the outcome of the game. A team’s chances of winning the Super Bowl and its quarterback to win MVP are two examples.
The number of states that legalize sports betting is steadily increasing. In California, the Super Bowl is the biggest event of the year, and betting on the Super Bowl is now legal. There are many legal sports betting providers, including BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars Sportsbook. If you are interested in betting on the Super Bowl, here is some information to help you decide which team to bet on.
The NFL is the most popular league in the United States, and many experts predict that NFL betting will increase by $20 billion by the 2021-22 season. That’s almost triple the amount of wagers placed on the league’s games last year. In addition, Super Bowl LVI saw $7.6 billion in legal wagers, which has helped the NFL’s chances of attracting even more money in the future. As such, states are working to legalize NFL sports betting.