The NFL has added four more sportsbook operators to its list of official partners.
On Monday, the league announced partnerships with PointsBet, BetMGM, FOX Bet, and Wynnbet.
They join DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars, who were approved back in April.
Those seven companies will be the only sportsbooks allowed to advertise during NFL games and related programming.
The NFL expects revenues from legal gambling to top $270 million this year, and reach over $1 billion per year by the end of the decade.
Is it a good idea for the NFL to partner with gambling companies, or does it create a conflict of interest?
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