Bookmakers New Jersey Take Bets On Oscar
Analysts believe that rates on awards «oscar» must attract attention and cause interest from players.
In addition, experts say that new jersey’s bookmakers are the first in the history of the united states on legal grounds take bets on the premium presentation «oscar». The ceremony itself will take place on february 24.
The idea opens up new opportunities on the rapidly growing market of the legal sports rates of the united states. A complete list of nominees, as well as the coefficients for victory published on the sites of the bookmaker.
As rates on «oscar» were popular in many countries, i wonder how the american consumer will react to such an opportunity. Analysts also predict that a splash of interest in american bookmakers after a prize will last at least a month.
Currently, nine online betting operators offer on their sites such an option.
The coefficients vary depending on the bookmaker company, and the limits of rates are relatively low compared with the main sporting events. Most bookmakers simply offer to identify winners in six large categories: «the best movie of the year», «best director», «best male role», «best female role», «the best male role of the second plan» and «the best female role of the second plan».
Meanwhile, the governor of southern dakota christie nay made against the legalization of gambling in the state.
In addition, on the hearings of the draft law on sports betting, deputy minister of finance of the state of david wist expressed the opinion that the predicted income of $ 184,700 is overestimated. According to wist, tax deductions from gambling will be only $ 80 thousand. This amount is not sufficient even in order to cover the costs of regulation specialists in the industry.
The governor agreed with the opinion of the deputy minister, but not still lost, because the final decision will take citizens on a referendum.
Recall that the gambling regulator of new jersey (njdge) has intensified its efforts to combat the activities of illegal gambling operators in the state, warning the company about the consequences of the commission of unlicensed operations.