We are proud to announce the official launch of the American Betting Wiki. You can access the new extension of our website by clicking here or visiting americanbettingsite.com/wiki. The goal of this project is to create a community-built resource that contains everything you need to know about sportsbetting and gambling.
What is Betting Wiki?
Our Wiki operates on the same software that is used to create Wikipedia. You will notice that we will have a lot of the same appearances and formatting syntax. This will allow you to easily create new pages and modify existing ones. The goal of the Wiki is to allow members of the sportsbetting community to come together to build a resource that can be used by anyone. Wikis generally present information in a comprehensive and organized manner which makes learning easier. This is one of the reasons why Wikipedia has become so popular.
Who can contribute?
Anyone can! Simply sign up for a Betting Wiki account and you will be able to create pages and modify old ones. While we will have certain guidelines that we expect you to follow, you will be free to do as you please. If you know a lot about a certain topic, now is your time to share what you know with the world.
Betting Wiki Rules
Although anyone in the community can anonymously edit the Betting Wiki, our staff will be reviewing all modifications to ensure that certain guidelines are met. We will not tolerate Betting Wiki becoming a platform for advertising pick-selling. You may not make any references to sportsbetting records of any sort that are not third-party documented at a reliable source. Unlike Wikipedia we will permit biographical articles (posts written about yourself) as long as it only contains background information. Anything that sounds remotely like a sales pitch will be removed. We also do not allow non-staff members to insert affiliate links or promo codes into any pages. At this point in time we will not be accepting any modifications to articles about sportsbooks in order to avoid paid members of promotion teams including biased information. We will announce when we decide to change this rule.