Look, if you’re like me and you like to bet on non-marquee sport like NASCAR, golf, tennis or even some WNBA hoops action, then you probably feel some type of way about taking a back seat to more popular online betting sports like NFL football or NBA basketball.
Well, I’m here to say, don’t get your panties in a bunch people, I’ve already done that for you and besides, us non-marquee sport betting enthusiasts are going to steal the spotlight right now.
Betting Non-Marquee Sports NASCAR, Golf, Tennis, WNBA
The first thing you need to know about betting on non-marquee sports is that you stand a better chance of cashing in if you really know the sport you’re betting on a opposed to making ‘whimsical wagers’ that have little to no chance of being right.
This means that, if you’re betting on NASCAR for example, you need to do the requisite ‘homework’ by delving deep into some of the more recent race results of the drivers competing in the event you’re betting on. If you’re not the biggest NASCAR or let’s say, PGA golf enthusiast around, that’s okay, you can still gather a bunch of expert betting information online that will aid you in your quest to cash in, like in our MYBookie.ag blog section.
While the majority of sportsbooks put the majority of their focus on the big names, like Jordan Spieth or Dale Earnhardt Jr., the fact of the matter is that not every big name athlete is the favorite in every single event they compete in and you don’t want to make the mistake of believing they are.
The same goes for other non-marquee sports like tennis and WNBA basketball. Don’t go making a wager on the upcoming French Open if you don’t know how the players on both, the ATP and WTA World Tours have fared on clay during the lead-up to the second grand slam tournament of the year.
Whether you’re an avid non-marquee sports betting enthusiast or just a casual fan that likes to bet on the biggest non-marquee sports events there are, doing the requisite research will help you maximize each and every non-marquee sport wager you make.