On Tuesday, online sports-betting company DraftKings announced that it would acquire Vegas Sports Information Network. The latter is a sports-betting-content provider. The acquisition is expected to boost DraftKings’ content capabilities and will expand VSIN’s audience reach, as indicated by DraftKings.
VSiN operates out of Las Vegas, and it develops, produces, and distributes up to 18+ hours of live linear sports betting content each day. VSiN’s original content is also available on several video and audio channels including Comcast Xfinity, Sling TV, fuboTV, Rogers’ Sportsnet, MSG Networks, NESN, AT&T Pittsburgh, Marquee Sports Network, a channel on iHeartRadio and TuneIn, as well as terrestrial radio stations, and its many podcasts and betcasts.
Terms of the acquisition deal are not known yet.