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Bet on ESPN, Fox, Warner New Sports Service

There are entertainment odds available for the name of the new ESPN/Fox/Warner merge, which is releasing a streaming platform.

Many possible names have been included in the market, from the more creative to the standard acronyms.

Bet on ESPN, Fox, Warner New Sports Service
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We pick out the standout names from the list, headlined by TSH (The Sports Hub).


TSH Leads the Way

The current sportsbook leader is TSH, which has a nice ring to it.

The Sports Hub is a great name for a streaming platform between three of the biggest names in sports broadcasting.

Our only issue with TSH is that it is close to TSN, and other acronym-based networks. However, we expect most viewers would say the sports hub, and that’s a catchy name.

It’s the +900 favorite with betting online markets for the platform, and it’s hard to look past as a potential candidate.



Straight to the Point

The Sports Streamer gets straight to the point, which is why it’s on the second line of betting at +1100.

It could be criticized for not being overly creative, and it could come across as a Youtuber-style name. However, less is sometimes more when naming a streaming platform.

The Sports Streaming Service has also been well-backed at +1200. It’s a touch long for our liking, but the odds are generous, so it could be worth including in selections.

“We believe the service will provide passionate fans outside of the traditional bundle an array of amazing sports content all in one place,” said Fox’s chief executive, Lachlan Murdoch.


Acronyms Stand Out

There are two other acronyms that stand out with entertainment picks, including SSN and SSP.

SSN stands for Sports Streaming Network, which has a good chance of being the name. We can see these companies wanting to be called a network, as a collective, so there is every chance the +1200 could cash.

SSP stands for Sports Streaming Platform, and that’s another strong contender at the same price. Either of these acronyms wouldn’t look amiss in the vast variety of sports streaming services.

We expect money to come for both options.

Streaming Exotics

There are two exotic betting options for the streaming platform, including the use of an acronym and the cost of a monthly fee.

Bettors get +140 for an acronym to be used, which isn’t a bad price considering the options. TSH, SSN, and SSP are all viable names, and with TSH being the current favorite, getting a +140 price is good shopping.

We have the line for the monthly fee set at $28½ USD, and the over is a -130 favorite. We expect the fee to be higher due to the wide range of sports available on the platform.

Considering the price of other streaming services, it’s a fair number.


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