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It's official. NBC could end up jumping on the sports betting bandwagon, and they're doing it in quite the aggressive fashion. 

According to sports legal analyst Daniel Wallach, NBC has seemingly made their initial move to enter the sports gambling world, registering a slew of domain names in preparation for their own sports betting platform.

NBC Sports is no stranger to the sports betting world, as they've published several articles over the years offering advice to the casual bettor. Naturally, it makes sense to capitalize on a rapidly growing industry, but they do have plenty of established competition that they're up against.

As of now, no plans to launch their own betting platform have been officially announced by NBC. For now, this could just be a preemptive move to reserve suitable domain names, just in case they find a profitable avenue leading to the sports betting industry.

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