We scoured the BetAmerica Sportsbook in order to find the average margins given on games in the top sports and leagues.
There are many different soccer leagues featured on BetAmerica's site. The total margin average for soccer was at 7.426. This number is placed towards the bottom of the normal category on Legalbet.com.
For games in the MLS, the margin average was 6.404. In top leagues like the English Premier League and Spain's La Liga. Other various leagues had a much higher margin with the average at 10.687.
The markets looked at to determine the margins were the result as well as the over/under on total number of goals.
There were multiple tennis tournaments ongoing when we looked for the average margins. The total average for all the tournaments looked at was 5.229, which puts the sport high up in the normal category on Legalbet.com.
For the Men's tournament M15 Antalya, the average margins were at 5.348. In the Australian Open WC Men we found average margins of 5.136. The last tournament looked at was the ITF W15 Monastir, where we found average margins of 5.203.
The range from all of the individual games was from 4.708 up to 5.729. The market used to determine averages was the result.
There were multiple leagues available for hockey as well. The total average for all margins in the sport was at 5.122.
For the NHL, the margins were at 4.868. In the Swedish SHL, the average margins were held at 5.28, and in the Finnish SM Liga, 5.219.
For each of the games we looked at both the results market as well as the over/under market on the total number of goals. The averages for individual games ranged from 4.588 up to 5.351.
We looked at a few of the top basketball leagues available on BetAmerica. The total average margin for all of the games and leagues was 4.828.
The NBA had average margins of 4.857, with the EuroLeague clocking in at 4.878. The last league looked at was the NCAA Mens Basketball League, which had average margins at 4.748.
The range from all of the individual games went from 4.623 up to 5.032. The markets looked at were the same for all of the games, including the result and the over/under on total number of points scored.