ESPN, FOX, Warner Sports Streaming Platform Name, Monthly Fee Betting Odds

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Aaron Goldstein
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ESPN, Fox and Warner Bros. Discovery announced plans on February 6 to launch a new sports streaming service that would inevitably upend sports broadcasting as we know it today.  The combo would tie in some 15 networks, all on a single platform.


BetUS, one of the largest and oldest online gambling companies in the world, began offering numerous prop bets on the newly proposed venture, everything from its name to the monthly fee that will be charged.

It is expected to launch this year (2024) though the partnership is likely to come under scrutiny by the US Justice Deparment.

Kevin Krim, the president and CEO of the ad measurement firm EDO, compared the three companies teaming up for sports like what some networks did when Hulu started in 2008.

“My sense is knowing the cast of characters, they’re looking at the original Hulu concept and thinking, ‘Well, that worked out really well for us.’ So let’s do that again. But for live sports streaming,” he told the Associated Press.

The three companies will each share one-third ownership in the joint venture.

“This new sports service exemplifies our ability as an industry to drive innovation and provide consumers with more choice, enjoyment and value and we’re thrilled to deliver it to sports fans,” Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said in a statement.

The platform will include games from nearly all the major sports leagues including the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, WNBA, golf, tennis and the FIFA World Cup and NASCAR.  College sports will also be represented, including the men’s and women’s NCAA Tournament.

Network tie-ins will include ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, ACC Network, ESPNEWS, ABC, FOX, FS1, FS2, Big Ten Network, TNT, TBS, truTV — and ESPN+.  Left out to the deal with be CBS and NBC, both of which carry NFL games.  NBC is also the current home of the Kentucky Derby.

ESPN, Fox and Warner Bros. Discovery Sports Streaming Service Prop Bets

The following are currently available at BetUS

Rot     ESPN/FOX/Warner Sports Streaming Platform: Monthly Fee     Moneyline
10301     Over  40½  USD     -125
10302     Under  40½  USD     -115
BetUS' decision is final. Wagers posted after public announcement will be void.
Thu, Feb 29, 2024 EST
Rot     ESPN/FOX/Warner Sports Streaming Platform: What Will It Be Called     Moneyline
10101     TSH (The Sports Hub)         +900
10102     The Sports Streamer         +1000
10103     SSN (Sports Streaming Network)         +1200
10104     SSP (Sports Streaming Platform)         +1200
10105     The Sports Streaming Service         +1200
10106     USSN (US Sports Network)         +1400
10107     United Sports         +1600
10108     EFW         +2000
10109     ESFoxBro         +2500
10110     YSH (Your Sports Hub)         +2500
10111     ESPNFWBD         +3000
10112     FoxBroES         +3000
10113     FoxESWarn         +4000
10114     ESBrox         +5000
BetUS' decision is final. Wagers posted after public announcement will be void.
Rot     ESPN/FOX/Warner Sports Streaming Platform: Will It Be An Acronym Based Brand     Moneyline
10201     Yes         +140
10202     No         -190
BetUS' decision is final. Wagers posted after public announcement will be void.

- Aaron Goldstein,

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