Sportsbooks will be allowed inside NFL stadiums starting this year after owners vote.
Seventeen teams play in the 33 states that have legalized sports betting and will therefore be able to host sportsbooks at their venues; teams playing in the 17 states that do not allow sports betting are not affected.
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Revenue from sportsbooks will not be shared with other teams unless the stadium generates at least $20 million in bets. the athletic says: the money will come together with all the other teams. The NFL believes that revenue should be shared because fans don’t always bet on their favorite teams.
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Gambling has quickly taken over the sports world, and two professional franchises have begun gambling in Las Vegas: the NFL’s Raiders and the NHL’s expansion Golden Knights.
Currently, the Washington Commanders already have a betting house inside their stadium; there is a sportsbook at the Meadowlands Sports Complex but not inside MetLife Stadium.
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Super Bowl LVIII will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas next February.