Recently, ESPN has been trying hard to cash in on the sports betting market in the U.S. This year alone, they have made several deals to expand their sports betting shows and provide more sports wagering content. Thus, it is not a surprise that the latest sports betting news says ESPN Partners with more Sports Betting Operators.
Just yesterday, ESPN made an announcement that they have just made a deal with DraftKings, William Hill and Caesar Entertainment. According to Sportsbook Software websites, the DraftKings, William Hill and Caesar will provide gambling content to ESPN. In addition, the ESPN platform will also include links to Caesar, Draftkings and William Hill.
Each sportsbook has a multi-year deal with ESPN which will also include their inclusion in the mobile app. Each sportsbook believes this is a great partnership that will accelerate their expansion into the U.S. sports betting market.
For Draftkings, they are also getting a Fantasy Sport deal. This is because they are now the exclusive fantasy sports provider of ESPN.
ESPN Launches a YouTube Sports Betting Channel
The news that ESPN Partners with more Sports Betting Operators is just the tip of the iceberg. This is because today, they made an announcement that they are launching a YouTube Sports Betting channel. According to Bookie Software Providers, ESPN now has a channel exclusively for sports betting news.
In addition, their Sports Betting channel will also have a segment for Daily Wagers and coverage of their SportsCenter Program.
Since we are talking about ESPN, they also made an announcement about adding a new sports betting Show. Sources say the name of the show will be “Bet” and will be available on all of its digital platforms. Furthermore, the show will stream before their Monday Night Football. Sports wagering fans will be able to watch it on all ESPN app and feeds including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.