Legal sports betting has been a topic of much debate. The NBA, MLB, and PGA Tour have lobbied for its implementation. However, despite their efforts, no state has yet passed legislation that will allow sports betting. Despite these issues, sports betting is gaining momentum in the US, and some states are beginning to consider legalizing it. Here are some factors to consider. Firstly, understand the rules and regulations surrounding sports betting.
Legal sports betting may not be an easy road ahead. States like Georgia and New Jersey have been reluctant to pass legislation that would legalize sports betting. Despite proponents of legalization, the state legislature has a long way to go. In Georgia, lawmakers voted to approve a regulatory framework for sports betting in 2021, but it won’t become official until 2022. Likewise, in Kentucky, sports betting has been on the table since 2018. However, anti-gambling conservative groups have held back progress in the state.
In sports betting, there are many types of bets that can be placed. One of the most popular is the over/under bet, which involves betting on a game’s total score versus the set total. In an over/under bet, the two teams must score at least ten runs to win. If they do, the bet is a winner. Similarly, betting on an under/over game is easier than betting on a winner.