My Money’s on Sports Betting
With legalized sports betting in many states, opportunities arise for affiliate marketers. Get in on the game, but don’t forget the regulatory hoops. Legal Requirements for Sports Betting Affiliates.
Everyone is looking for new ways to make money, now more than ever. Online sports betting may provide just the opportunity.
Since May 2018, when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law that banned sports betting, almost three quarters of U.S. states have legalized sports betting or introduced legislation.
You too can join the party. Sports betting affiliate programs are an important part of what makes online sports betting profitable for stakeholders.
To get in on the game, you will have to jump through a few regulatory hoops. You will need to meet the legal and regulatory requirements of your target states, which include licensing or registration with state gaming regulators. Each state has its own requirements.
Here we outline requirements for two major players — New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Both states differentiate requirements based on revenue models: flat fee or revenue share.
Nicole Kardell is an attorney with Ifrah Law, a Washington, DC-based law firm. She represents clients in regulatory compliance matters, specializing in data privacy and cyber security.
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