If certain key states stay in his column and the courts don’t throw out the rest of his ballots, Joe Biden looks set to win the presidency.
Election odds have been all over the place as Trump has once again upset expectations. But Biden is still in it with the race too close to call. We look at a timeline of the odds and what to expect next.
Although the race appears to be tightening, all indicators suggest Biden is the favorite to win as we enter the final day of voting.
Donald Trump is visiting as many states as he can in the final week before election, but the odds continue to go for Joe Biden.
Nobody believes the polls right now, but should we believe the odds?
If you’re planning to watch the election and bet on it live, or just want to know how long it might take to get a winner, this is the guide for you.
The White House says the battle against Covid-19 is hopeless, and that gives Joe Biden every advantage to win the election.
Donald Trump did better this time around, but not well enough to gain any momentum in the odds.
Three political betting experts broke down all aspects of the U.S. election for wagering, and how it could be a huge betting market to learn from for the future.
We spoke with our friends at Bodog to see how big this election is, and it looks like it will be the biggest ever.