ESPN Cuts Sports Betting Deals With DraftKings And Caesars Entertainment

Dialing up its wagering efforts around
sports, ESPN has made two separate sports betting partnerships — one each with DraftKings and Caesars Entertainment to promote sports gambling content.

ESPN will offer content linked
to both gambling companies’ sports booking operations.

In addition to having a co-exclusive arrangement with Caesars, digital sports entertainment/gaming company DraftKings will
become the exclusive daily fantasy sports provider of the big sports TV network.

The Caesars deal follows an earlier announcement with ESPN that it will build a new studio at
Caesars’ LINQ Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The new ESPN studio, for sports-betting content, launched last week.

In April 2019, WarnerMedia’s Turner Sports made a gaming
content deal with Caesars Palace, where Turner’s Bleacher Report has a branded studio.



In May 2019, Fox Sports and The Stars Group launched Fox Bet, a national media and
sports wagering partnership in the U.S.

Two services are offered here: The first, called Fox Bet, allows customers in states with regulated betting to wager real money. The second
one is a national free-to-play game, awarding cash prizes to players who correctly predict the outcome of sports games.


hacklink al hd film izle php shell indir siber güvenlik türkçe anime izle Fethiye Escort android rat duşakabin fiyatları fud crypter hack forum Mobil Ödeme Bozdurmamobil ödeme bozdurmaMobil Ödeme Nakite ÇevirmeBetpasRestbetVdcasinoKlasbahishtml nullednulled themesMobil Ödeme Nakite Çevirme