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Olympic Sports Betting

The Winter Olympics is a sports wagering fans dream come true as Olympic sports betting offers more diverse betting options and lines than any other sporting event on the planet. This year’s rendition should give Olympic sportsbook wagering fans the perfect opportunity to bet on such a grandiose international event.

Olympic sports betting will either be geared towards the Summer or Winter Olympics. The Summer Olympics include events like swimming, baseball, archery and the sort while the Winter Olympics involve sports like curling, hockey, and skiing.

This year, bettors will be able to wager on the 2018 Winter Olympics held in PyeongChang, South Korea. The event will be taken place from the 9th to the 25th of February.

The upcoming Olympic sportsbook event will be compromised of 102 events across 15 sports. In addition to fan favorites, the Olympics will also be introducing 4 new disciplines in the upcoming PyeongChang event. This includes big air snowboarding – which is replacing parallel slalom, mixed doubles curling, mass start speed skating, and mixed team alpine skiing.

One of the most interesting things regarding the upcoming Winter Olympics is the NHL’s decision to not accommodate their players in order to allow them to compete for their countries. Usually the league institutes a brief hiatus in their season to allow players to go overseas and rep their countries. However, for a multitude of reasons, the NHL has refrained from doing so. This should create some interesting Olympic sportsbook lines for the hockey events.

The best part of Olympic online betting is the variety of lines it offers. From action covering hockey teams, to lines for bobsleigh and figure skating, there is something for someone from every wake of life. Alpine skiing, biathlon, and cross-country skiing are some of the other popular options. Sign up today in order to prepare for the exciting Olympic betting season that is fast approaching.

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