For the first time, NCAA tournament games will be held in states with legal sports betting markets.

Regional sites are slated for Indiana and New York, two of a growing number of states with legal sportsbooks.

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Sixteen states will be in the bookmaking business when the NCAA tournament tips off next week, and a number of major players and online casinos like Zodiac Casino are getting involved, but don’t expect to see point spreads and odds or sports betting advertised during broadcasts.

In February, NCAA broadcast partner CBS named bookmaker William Hill U.S. its exclusive sportsbook and wagering data provider. There are no plans to infuse betting data into NCAA tournament broadcasts this season.

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