Many racing fans in the country are seeing their first chance to bet on auto races. Sports books operating in the US are also rushing to add racing events to their service.
Twelve states in the US allow full-scale sports betting as of August 2019 – Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Mississippi, Rhode Island, New Mexico, Arkansas, New York, Iowa, and Oregon.
A significant number of other countries have adopted rules that either open up the sports betting market or are expected to be implemented soon. The list includes Montana, Indiana, Tennessee and the capital city of Washington, DC.
The rules around sports betting vary by state. Some of them allow sports bettors to bet online from any location in the state. Residents of states with authorized sports betting are encouraged to consult the instructions within their jurisdiction prior to placing bets. NASCAR and the IndyCar Series drive a substantial amount of domestic racing betting action.
Fans of Formula 1 International and endurance events can also find opportunities at sports sites. For example, driver, car and qualifying win rates are currently available for the upcoming Belgian Grand Prix and season championships.
For states with authorized online sports betting, wagering can be done quickly and securely from any computer or mobile device with an internet connection.
The sports book accepts bets online from established global betting brands to trusted newbies, some of whom will immediately recognize a name for race trackers.
For example, FOX Sports, a longtime top racing television station in the US, is going beyond TV distribution. The network has partnered with The Stars Group to create a recent release of Bet FOX mobile app, an online content and betting platform covering a wide range of sports.
US sports as a means to broaden the fan experience. The organization recently partnered with sports data firm Genius Sports to strengthen its profile in the emerging betting industry while integrating with sports.
Under the partnership, NASCAR will provide sports books with real-time odds, a data-based betting structure, and creative props. That’s how NASCAR captures how fans engage with brands when placing bets. NASCAR hopes to have live betting available in the race for the 2020 season