The betting industry has been around for a while now, but until recently, it had been largely unseen.
But with the arrival of the NFL’s Super Bowl and the MLB’s World Series, the sports betting industry is now a fixture on the American landscape.
And it’s a trend that sports betting is going to continue to take root, said David Hochberg, CEO of sports betting company Pinnacle Sports.
“If you look at the history of sports, there have been a lot of changes in the last 50 years, but sports betting has always been a part of the history,” he said.
The NFL has been at the forefront of that trend.
In 2015, the league brought in a new head of sports for its NFL Stadiums division, and the NFL is looking to expand its sports book offerings in the coming years.
And for the first time in history, a sports book is not required for the sale of a World Cup ticket.
In fact, it’s now easier for fans to buy a World Series ticket than it is a World Championship ticket.
In fact, the NFL sold more World Series tickets than any other sports team in 2017, according to data compiled by PinnacleSports.
And there were more World Cups sold than World Championships sold last year, too.
The league also has a history of creating a dedicated sports book in the NFL stadium.
Pinnaclesports has been able to get its hands in a few World Cup stadiums and use its knowledge to help create a dedicated book for the Super Bowl.
But the NFL doesn’t have a monopoly on the betting business, and betting on the World Cup is not new.
In 2006, the NHL announced that it was working on an all-sports betting solution.
That same year, the World Baseball Classic came to life.
And the NHL was the first major sports league to create its own sportsbook, which it called the NHL Book.
PinnacleSports has created a dedicated website for the World Cups and World Series that will provide fans with the information they need to bet on the biggest sporting event of the year.
The NHL Book will be available for $15 per month, and fans will be able to purchase their tickets for $10, $25 or even $50, depending on their preferences.
In a recent article, Pinnacles founder David Hough wrote about the changes that will come with the addition of World Cups, Super Bowls and the NBA Finals, among other events.
And Hochburg said that he’s not concerned about the current sportsbook industry being disrupted.
The book is available for all sports, he said, and he thinks that it’s going to stay that way.
“The thing I’m most excited about is that there’s going be more competition in the future.
The book is just a tool, and that’s a good thing for the book,” he wrote.
“It’s really easy for us to get involved with sports.
And we’re going to see that more and more in the years to come.”
The book will also be a tool for the betting world.
Hochber said that Pinnacle’s book will be the first to provide fans the ability to bet in real time, which means that fans can bet on everything from World Cup games to NBA Finals to NFL playoffs.
For now, Hochberger said, the goal is to offer a simple, yet effective way to bet for sports.
“I want it to be an easy way to buy tickets to any event, to bet at any time,” he told CBSSports.com.
“That’s my big focus for the next few years.”