Bowling betting odds

Bowling is one of the most exciting social sports in the United States. It is played casually, at club level, and professionally. The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) includes some 4,300+ members from 30 countries.

This Major League Bowling Association is owned by former Microsoft executives and entrepreneurs and is tasked with developing professional bowling for millions of people around the world. Ranking tournaments include the PBA Regional Tour, the PBA-PWBA Women’s Regional Tour, the PBA-World Bowling International Tour, the PBA Tour, and the PBA50 Tour. Bowling Hall of Famer’s include Don Carter, Dick Weber, and Harry Smith.

It’s Legal to Bet on Bowling Now

On May 14, 2018, SCOTUS ruled 6:3 to overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992. Now, individual states can decide for themselves whether to regulate sports betting. New Jersey Gov. Phil D. Murphy fast-tracked legislation for all legal age bettors in the state.

Fans can enjoy extensive coverage of bowling tournaments and top bowling betting at 888sport NJ. We cover all the tournaments and bring the action direct to your screen. Thanks to this recent legislative victory, New Jersey now offers fully regulated online sports betting for bowling fans. You can bet on bowling and enjoy the best bowling odds anytime a tournament is being hosted.

What Types of Bowling Bets Are Available to Players?

Online bowling betting on leagues is increasingly popular nowadays. You can place a bowling bet on frame betting, or on frame winners. Frame betting requires you to forecast the right score during the frame, while frame winners are bets made on the winner of a frame.

For this type of bowling bet, the frame must be completed for the bet to be valid. Of course, like any other sport which you can bet on, standard rules apply. At 888sport NJ, bowling fans can also enjoy live betting on bowling tournaments and championships while they’re taking place. With live betting, you get to enjoy dynamic odds on selections which change to reflect the current state of the tournament. It’s just like watching the action on TV, with real-time bowling odds guiding your betting decisions.