The NBA has long been one of the biggest sports leagues in the world, with around $1 billion in revenue.
But that revenue is on the rise, thanks to the popularity of its online sports streaming service.
Now, according to a report from financial publication The Wall Street Journal, the league is on track to make $1.4 billion in online sports revenue in the next four years.
While the league’s revenue isn’t quite what it was five years ago, the revenue growth is definitely welcome.
Online sports betting is a growing part of the sports business, but it is growing at a faster pace than ever before.
Last year, the NBA and the NFL both had around $100 million in online revenue, with the MLB taking home around $50 million in that same time period.
With that kind of growth, the next generation of sports betting isn’t likely to come cheap.
However, the financial impact online sports gambling could have on the NBA is not likely to be insignificant.
Online sports betting may not have as much impact on the game as it used to, but the league has a vested interest in having as much money available to it as possible.
It has a huge amount of money to spend, and it is only going to get bigger as the games of the next few years become increasingly popular.