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Sports gambling must be regulated like financial markets

Scott Eden explains why gambling in sports should be regulated from an outside entity once it is fully legalized in the United States.


There will be over 40 hours of live coverage, plus an additional 90 hours of originally produced episodes of the WSOP main event in 2019 on ESPN.

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Pre-kickoff betting lines closed at NE -2.5 and O/U 55.5‬ at FanDuel sportsbook at The Meadowlands.

Tim Fiorvanti, ESPN.com17d ago


The scene at one of the primary areas of the FanDuel Sportsbook at The Meadowlands just over an hour out from kickoff of Super Bow LIII. Multiple lines are available throughout the building, with no significant wait times for bettors. In the lead-up to the game, the action is leaning towards the Patriots and the over on the point total.

Tim Fiorvanti, ESPN.com17d ago


Prop bets to look out for in Super Bowl LIII

Doug Kezirian breaks down the prop bets for the Super Bowl, including the longest TD and whether Johnny Hekker will throw a pass.



Breaking down the Super Bowl LIII prop bets

Rich Davis and Steve Covino make their Super Bowl LIII prop bet picks.


How Super Bowl prop bets come to light

Super Bowl prop bets have taken a life of their own in recent years, but who is in charge of coming up with some of the craziest ones? Doug Kezirian takes a closer look.


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