Sports betting in the United States is one of the largest gambling markets there is. With a wealth of different sports available, residents can place their bets on anything from the biggest sports leagues and competitions to college sports, European sports, tournaments, and events from all across the globe. We are here to tell you all about sports betting in the US, including the range of sports available and what different types of betting options are available for customers.
Sports Betting in the US
Sports betting in the US is a massive market due to the country's dedication and love for all things sports. From sports scholarships to the growth of the likes of college sports now getting air time across the world on top sports channels, as well as being present across the top online sports betting platforms. There are so many sports accessible to residents in the US; place bets on the likes of NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, Soccer, NCAAF, NCAAB, Golf, Football, Cricket, Tennis, Boxing, Cycling, Darts, Motorsports, Rugby, Snooker, E-sports and so much more.
Just like the incredible variety of sports available to place your bets on, there is a huge variety of different betting options available to customers in the US. Depending on what sport, event, or just your personal preference, there will be a different betting type suited to them all. Place the likes of parlays, money lines, prop bets, spreads, live betting, free bets, over/under, futures, and much more.
You May Also Be Interested In
Click here to find out more about how to access your online bets from your phone!
With the continuous growth of sports betting in the US there are more and more sportsbooks offering their services to residents. Whether you are a fan of the NFL or a keen college sports follower, there will be a betting market for you.
View source version on newsdirect.com: https://newsdirect.com/news/what-sports-can-i-bet-on-in-the-us-901986409
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No The Daily News Journal journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.