TD Ameritrade is jumping onto the Sports betting bandwagon that is currently moving full steam ahead in the United States. Many states are slowly but surely legalizing Sports Betting both on land-based locations and at online betting sites. Newly released figures from New Jersey show how much the legalization of online gambling has boosted revenues in that state period and more States seem to be following suit. The Sports Betting industry in United States is setting up to be a very lucrative one and it’s not surprising that brands like TD Ameritrade want a slice of the sports betting pie. Follow along with us as we find out where the TD Ameritrade will manage in the sports betting Arena that they are trying to enter prude find out what other projects they have been working on and how they make them more prepared for the Sports Betting industry.
What Inspired TD Ameritrade’s Transition
It seems unusual that an investment brokerage is interested in Sports betting. But if you think about its investments and literally a financial gamble which is guided by knowledge of trains in the financial world and how business deals go down in private. Therefore, it is not likely that TD Ameritrade is trying to get in on Sports betting. Their knowledge of examining and analysing financial Trends on the stock market and in the business, world will come in handy in analysing trends in sports. Maybe they deal with ESPN is what gave them the thirst for Sports betting. They have been working with ESPN analysing sports data for their fantasy Sports. Therefore, we can trust that they have the acumen to be able to navigate Sports betting in the United States. To financial officer at TD Ameritrade Steve Boyle projects that getting into the Sports Betting industry may be a way to also increase revenues spewed since they did away with commissions on some trading options revenue took a dip and it is expected that Sports Betting will help boost that revenue backup.