Las Vegas Odds and Scores
The Vegas Betting scoreboard lists all of the up-to-the-minute statistics that bettors need to know, starting with Las Vegas scores and odds on all the major U.S. professional and college sports.
Here are the categories and Vegas odds for bettors: National Football League (NFL), NCAA football, Major League Baseball (MLB), National Basketball Association (NBA), NCAA basketball, National Hockey League (NHL), and Major League Soccer (MLS).
Other items included in the scoreboard are date and time of game, visiting team vs. home team, Las Vegas betting odds on the money line, and current and final score. There’s also a dropdown for past results and future games. For example, click on any digit from 1 to 17 to view the action from that particular week in the NFL.
Most Popular Sports for Online Betting
Football, basketball and baseball accounted for almost 90 per cent of all sports betting dollars in the state of Nevada in 2017, according to the UNLV Center for Gaming Research.
American sports are big business as just shy of $5 billion was wagered in the Silver State, growing more than 440 per cent since 1984. The Big Three continue to be the most popular bets online as well.
Online bookmakers report blockbuster traffic on Sundays during football season as the NFL remains the most popular U.S. sport. Visitors to the Vegas Betting site can follow their favorite team’s schedule and NFL Odds every week throughout the regular season and playoffs. Nearly 23 million Americans bet an estimated $6 billion on the 2019 Super Bowl, according to the American Gaming Association.
More points are being scored in the NBA every season. The NBA Odds on the over-under bet remains the same, but the betting line totals have certainly increased over the years. Fans of LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard, Steph Curry and many other stars of the game can follow all the day-to-day action here.
Betting on hockey has increased dramatically in Las Vegas since the Golden Knights joined the league in 2017. NHL Odds now seem to matter in all the online sportsbooks after the team’s fantastic run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Hockey fans can follow the action on all 32 teams and wager on live betting — one of the hottest trends in sports betting today.
Money is being bet on baseball at the same rate that hanging curveballs are leaving stadiums around the league. They’re both soaring. Sports betting on baseball is up. The MLB home run rate is up. MLB Odds provide more than just the money line, run line, and over-under totals today. The list of proposition bets continues to grow on games involving all 30 teams.
With an average attendance of more than 20,000 spectators per game, Major League Soccer has the third highest average attendance of any league in the U.S. after the NFL and MLB. The league also has plans to expand from 24 current teams to 29 franchises in 2021. Betting on MLS Odds seems to growing along with the league.
Spotting a three-touchdown favorite on NCAAF Odds is not uncommon. Sure, the big name school beats up on some college most have never heard of, but shocking upsets have been known to happen. In 2017, UNLV lost as a 45-point home favorite to Howard 43-40. College football betting lines dominate the online market, especially on Saturdays in the fall.
The weekly PGA Tour events may not be the hottest ticket in online sports betting, but the action on Golf Odds picks up around the four majors and Ryder Cup. Tiger Woods, with his 15 major titles, always seems to be near the top of the odds boards in future betting for the Masters, PGA Championship, U.S. Open, and British Open.
The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports takes place on the first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs. More than 100,000 racing fans travel to the Midwest to watch the Kentucky Derby and bet on the Triple Crown Odds. The three jewels in the top races for three-year-old thoroughbreds also include the Preakness Stakes from Pimlico in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Belmont from Elmont, New York.
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