- MSG Network is expanding its sports betting coverage by syndicating VSiN’s daily “Follow the Money” program.
- “Follow the Monday” airs daily from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST.
- The show blends humorous sports analysis with odds breakdowns and betting advice.
NEW YORK – On July 1, MSG Network viewers in the New York area may have noticed a new, betting-based sports news show. Produced by VSiN (Vegas Stats & Information Network), “Follow the Money” is slated to air weekdays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST.
“Follow the Money” is billed as an “informative and entertaining sports talk show that blends actionable betting information with irreverent commentary and gambling stories.”
With sports betting taking center stage in every major market around America, it makes sense for MSG Network to partner with VSiN for wagering content. MSG Network, a spin-off of the Madison Square Garden Company, covers sporting action in the New York area.
The network also broadcasts live contests featuring many marquee professional teams of the Mid-Atlantic United States. These include the New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, and New York Red Bulls.
VSiN, as its name suggests, is a Las Vegas-based company that operates out of the South Point Casino. Founded by CEO Brian Musburger and captained by hall of fame broadcaster Brent Musburger (formerly of ESPN), the outfit focuses exclusively on sports reporting in a betting context.
In a press release issued Monday, Brian Musburger expressed his enthusiasm with the deal.
“MSG Networks is the best possible broadcast partner to reach sports fans and betting enthusiasts throughout the New York area. We’re thrilled to continue to work with innovators like MSG Networks to deliver sports betting news and information to the growing number of Americans wagering on sports.”
That said, it is important to note that MSG Network is not producing or influencing the direction of “Follow the Money” in any way. The show is a wholly independent program produced by VSiN, and it has other broadcast partners, as well.
In March, the show was syndicated out to NESN (New England Sports Network), a broadcast brand aligned with the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins.
Andy has been writing professionally for nearly two decades, with the last three years being dedicated to his primary passions: sports wagering news and gambling industry analyses. A walk-on punter, Andy has a particular interest in professional football, baseball, and horse racing betting. Come early May, you can always catch Andy – clad in all white, mint julep in hand – on Millionaires Row at Churchill Downs. In his dreams.