NEW YORK, NY – One of the highest-rated sports betting shows in the nation is getting an extra hour, The Feinline120, (120 minutes of sports betting advice) will air on Friday nights, 12 MID-2AM and on Saturdays from 7AM-9AM on 98.7 FM ESPN NY.
The Wiz said he was “excited to have the show expanding in the nation’s number one market. “We’ve been receiving a tremendous amount of positive feedback,” said Wiz.
As sports betting rapidly expands across the country, The Feinline120, is a solid bet for listeners to get smart betting advice from one of the biggest names in the industry.
When sports betting became legal in New Jersey the Wiz set the state record for the biggest legal bet ever opening day and of course he won. Now with the industry rapidly expanding nationwide, he feels the interest in sports betting will continue grow with billions of dollars at stake. Accredited to its popularity,
The Feinline, has attracted sportsbook giant PlaySugarHouse.com and BetRivers.com as the lead sponsor of the show. Other sponsors include New York Racing Association (NYRA) as well as Infiniti.
Beginning in the fall, The Feinline will by syndicated nationwide including ESPN 1000 in Chicago, ESPN 710 in Los Angeles, WEEI in Boston, WAXY in Miami, The Fan in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Philadelphia, and Altitude Network in Colorado which is owned by Stan Kroenke, owner of the L.A. Rams.
The first expanded show will cover major league baseball action including the Subway Series between the Yanks and Mets. The Stanley Cup Finals and NBA playoff action. Plus, the Euro Cup and expanded horse racing coverage from Belmont this weekend with the $400,000 Suburban Stakes and the upcoming $1,000,000 Haskell from Monmouth Racetrack and of course Saratoga will open its gates on July 15th. Expanded coverage in Golf as well as the NCAA ramifications on student athletes – profiting.
Tune in to The Feinline120 this weekend on 98.7 FM ESPN NY.
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