The sport of football continues to be the most popular form of sports betting, and this trend is likely to continue. As 2020 approaches, eSports will be a major part of the sports betting scene, with the number of viewers expected to increase dramatically. As the popularity of eSports grows, more bookmakers are offering live streaming events. The eSports industry is quickly becoming the biggest thing in the world of betting.

Other sports betting companies have entered the game by establishing partnerships with professional sports leagues. These organizations have created collectible files of player images and names, which fans can buy, sell, or trade. Some states, like Wyoming, have even passed laws allowing users to fund their sports betting accounts using cryptocurrency.

In-play betting, or live betting, is another trend in sports betting. In-play betting allows bettors to place wagers on games after they have begun. This trend is particularly appealing for bettors who enjoy watching games. Micro-betting, which involves placing bets on specific aspects of a game, has also become a popular trend.

Virtual reality is another cutting-edge technology that is transforming sports betting. With headsets that allow users to experience a real-life racing experience, this technology allows players to bet like they’re at the racetrack in person.