Many sportsbooks have a variety of betting options for their customers. However, one of the most important aspects of a sportsbook is its money line. The money line is a three-digit number that represents the odds that a team will win a game without a pointspread. For example, a -150 money line means that a player will need to bet $150 in order to win $100. Another popular wager is an under bet, in which a player bets on the total number of points scored during a game.
Although there are still several challenges in legalizing sports betting, some states have already passed legislation or have begun negotiations. For example, Ohio will begin allowing mobile wagering in December 2021. In 2023, retail sports betting will be available in the state. Meanwhile, Maine is set to be the first state to legalize sports betting, but this launch is questionable.
Sports betting has also become legal in Washington, D.C. The Washington Post closely tracked the controversial awarding of a sports betting contract to Intralot. While Intralot received benefits from being awarded the contract, the Washington Post reported that the D.C. Council did not use the traditional Request for Proposal process to choose a vendor for the sports betting market.
In addition to legal gambling, sports betting is also popular online. Online sportsbooks have numerous betting options, including a large variety of sports and betting types. With so many options available, there is no shortage of opportunities to win.