Operator bet365 gears up for NFL Draft via bespoke betting markets launch

April 24, 2023
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Football fans can predict first selections, teams and overall picks.

Online sports betting company bet365 has released its extensive betting markets ahead of this year’s NFL Draft. The group said football fans will have access to more than 250 newly available player picks.

This is the 88th annual NFL Draft, and bet365 said it expects this year’s edition “to be no different in its impacting nature on the fortunes of each team’s roster.”

The first round of the draft is scheduled for April 27 and will take place this year at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. The second and third rounds will occur April 28. The last day of picks for this year’s draft will be April 29.

Rounds four, five, six and seven are scheduled for the final draft pick day.

With the betting markets, fans will have the chance to make draft outcome predictions for overall picks, team markets and first selections with the latest bet365 betting markets.

As a global online sports betting company, bet365 works with local licensing, regulatory and reporting requirements. More than 80 million users across 160 countries represent the bet365 customer base.

The company continues to extend its digital footprint within the United States. The bet365 platform is now live in both New Jersey and Colorado. The online sports betting company launched last fall in Colorado ahead of the NFL season.

The group recently partnered with The PGA Tour and signed a three-year marketing and content agreement. The deal will remain in effect through 2024 and named bet365 as the PGA Tour’s official betting operator (OBO).


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