Sports Podcasting Studio Opens at Wynn Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Strip resort has built a $ 3.5 million studio for Pancasting sports company San Francisco. This would add another sports betting studio inside the Las Vegas hotel casino.
According to the famous Las Vegas Review, Journal Wynn Las Vegas has entered into a three-year collaboration with Blue Wire which has a network of 175 podcasts. The Blue Wire website includes podcasts on many sporting events, including NFL fighting games. One podcast, Burn It All Down, is promoted as a women’s sports podcast exploring “Church Sports and Culture.”
The high-end Blue Wire inside the resort includes a front glass that allows passers-by to watch the podcasters at work. This studio aims to bring information to the forefront of sports booking company, WynnBET.
Podcaster Ryan Kramer told the newspaper that sports betting over the past decade had come “backward.”
This trend is taking place as Las Vegas puts itself in the spotlight for sports enthusiasts. A new television commercial from the Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority highlights the city’s sports appeal.
VSiN Branches Complete
Vegas Sports Information Network, also known as VSiN, operates a broadcast studio near the sportsbook at South Point Hotel Casino and Spa. South Point is located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.
Inaugurated in 2017, VSiN, owned by the DraftKings features veteran broadcaster Brent Musburger and sports betting analysts Mitch Moss, Gill Alexander, and Michael Lombardi.
This week, VSiN agreed with YouTube TV to provide sports and sports betting to YouTube TV Sports Plus subscribers.
This summer, Louisiana manager John Bel Edwards (D) signed a law authorizing sports betting in Louisiana. After the Gambling Board has finalized the rules for regulating and taxing the industry, Louisiana consumers will be allowed to bet on live sports events. That process is expected to be completed sometime during this year’s football season.
Millions Bet on Sports
Louisiana is one of six states where sports betting is legal, but not yet valid, according to the American Gaming Association website. Nationally, 26 states are already allowing bettors to bet on live sports events. The ban on sports betting applies to two other states.
This summer, nine states handled sports betting for hundreds of millions of dollars. In July, New Jersey led the country in terms of betting on sports events at $ 578.7 million, according to VSiN. Nevada managed a total of the second, $ 409.9 million. These numbers are expected to rise sharply during the football season now.
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