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1 hour ago, BengalBuck said:

In regards to the whole sports betting situation, if it's approved does that mean there will be a sports book at the stadium? I almost feel silly asking that, but I am wondering if that could happen.

 

 

from what is been discussed in other leagues, it would be sportsbook kiosks, and theyd have limits of course, probably $500 wagers to start as a max. Some has talked about going much slower and letting the advertising and app sportsbooks handle it. people fear more fights would happen if people bet in person in the stadium, an app is detached and non personal, if someone bets in the stadium has their bet ticket, is talking about the bet, they could get jumped or if they hype it and lsoe it opposing fans make fun of them and fights break out..

 

im curious to see how it goes.

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58 minutes ago, GoBengals said:

 

 

from what is been discussed in other leagues, it would be sportsbook kiosks, and theyd have limits of course, probably $500 wagers to start as a max. Some has talked about going much slower and letting the advertising and app sportsbooks handle it. people fear more fights would happen if people bet in person in the stadium, an app is detached and non personal, if someone bets in the stadium has their bet ticket, is talking about the bet, they could get jumped or if they hype it and lsoe it opposing fans make fun of them and fights break out..

 

im curious to see how it goes.

Something I never thought I would see. Sounds like a potential clusterF.

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5 hours ago, GoBengals said:

 

 

from what is been discussed in other leagues, it would be sportsbook kiosks, and theyd have limits of course, probably $500 wagers to start as a max. Some has talked about going much slower and letting the advertising and app sportsbooks handle it. people fear more fights would happen if people bet in person in the stadium, an app is detached and non personal, if someone bets in the stadium has their bet ticket, is talking about the bet, they could get jumped or if they hype it and lsoe it opposing fans make fun of them and fights break out..

 

im curious to see how it goes.

 

I know that NHL teams are considering putting sports books in their arenas.  Even having them open when there are no games is possible.

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16 hours ago, GoBengals said:

 

its apple tv.

 

Looking like you are right Go

 

Report: Apple the “most likely” winner of Sunday Ticket rights, at possibly $3 billion per year

Posted by Mike Florio on July 14, 2022, 1:31 AM EDT
 

Sunday Ticket could end up being the biggest ticket in the NFL’s broadcasting rights portfolio.
 

Dylan Byers of Puck News reports that the price for the out-of-market package could spike to as much as $3 billion per year.

The report also pegs Apple as the “most likely” winner of the Sunday Ticket rights. Other finalists are Disney and Amazon.

Sunday Ticket allows fans to watch out-of-market games, at a cost in the range of $300 per season. CNBC has reported that the NFL’s deals with Fox and CBS prevent the Sunday Ticket package from being sold for considerably less than that amount.
 

Fans have been craving a shift from satellite-based DirecTV to a streaming product. It’s possible that the winner of the rights will be able to carve out satellite rights for consumers in rural areas that lack high-speed Internet access. The availability of the Sunday Ticket package for bars and restaurants also could be an issue, since they traditionally rely on satellite signals.

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19 minutes ago, Griever said:

Looking like you are right Go

 

Report: Apple the “most likely” winner of Sunday Ticket rights, at possibly $3 billion per year

Posted by Mike Florio on July 14, 2022, 1:31 AM EDT
 

Sunday Ticket could end up being the biggest ticket in the NFL’s broadcasting rights portfolio.
 

Dylan Byers of Puck News reports that the price for the out-of-market package could spike to as much as $3 billion per year.

The report also pegs Apple as the “most likely” winner of the Sunday Ticket rights. Other finalists are Disney and Amazon.

Sunday Ticket allows fans to watch out-of-market games, at a cost in the range of $300 per season. CNBC has reported that the NFL’s deals with Fox and CBS prevent the Sunday Ticket package from being sold for considerably less than that amount.
 

Fans have been craving a shift from satellite-based DirecTV to a streaming product. It’s possible that the winner of the rights will be able to carve out satellite rights for consumers in rural areas that lack high-speed Internet access. The availability of the Sunday Ticket package for bars and restaurants also could be an issue, since they traditionally rely on satellite signals.

*snip*

What's that noise?

Why, it's the sound of my cable being cut.

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