^ Back to Top

In Game Gambling a New Feature for Wizards TV Broadcast

Washington Wizards logo

Sports fans will find future NBA broadcasts to be more entertaining and interactive through in game gambling feature. The local broadcast of the Washington Wizard against the Milwaukee Bucks on January 11 will have betting info on the screen. Not only that, viewers can enter a free contest for a chance to win $500.

According to basketball news reports, the Wizard TV feed from NBC Sports will have an alternative telecast featuring in game gambling. It will be the first of such Wizard TV broadcast with the feature this season.

Although live NBA games are already engaging, date feeds and predictive gaming will make the games more entertaining. Whether you are a first-time gambler or a veteran sports bettor, you will enjoy watching the game from start to end.

Not only fans are interested with the in game gambling feature during broadcasts. Sponsors and partners are also loving it. As a result, NBC Sports Washington will continue to offer the product in the 2018-19 season.

In Game Gambling in Washington DC

It is an interesting period for sports bettors in the nation’s capital. As a result of the Supreme Court ruling to overturn the ban on sports betting, Washington DC Council voted in favor of legalizing it in December.

Another key point is that Ted Leonsis, owner of the Washington Capitals and Wizards, wants to turn the Capital One Arena into a bookie. Maybe he should take a closer look at the best pay per head sportsbook solutions to turn his dream into a reality.

The NBA as an organization has embraced sports betting. It partnered with MGM Resorts to be its official gaming partner. In addition, the league provides real-time information to sportsbooks.

Aside from the NBA, other major sports leagues have teamed up with MGM Resorts including MLB and NHL. The NFL recently signed a marketing deal with Caesars. 

Hot Sportsbook

Best Bookie PPH

Bookie Pay Per Head Service

Popular Sportsbook

We use cookies to improve our website and your experience when using it. Cookies used for the essential operation of this site have already been set. To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our privacy policy.

  I accept cookies from this site.
EU Cookie Directive plugin by www.channeldigital.co.uk