• Rush Hour is a new international sports betting show broadcasting on VSiN.
  • The show is being developed by Rush Street Interactive, who owns BetRivers.
  • Rush Hour will offer regional perspectives about odds and lines of various games.

CHICAGO – A new sports betting show named “Rush Hour” will air on VSiN starting on Tuesday.

Rush Hour will be the first legal sports betting show that will be available internationally.

Sports Betting TV Shows

There have been a few sports betting shows that have begun to air through VSiN. Most of these shows, however, are regionally locked. They talk about local lines and local odds.

Rush Hour is a show that breaks the regional barriers. Rush Street Interactive (RSI) owns various BetRivers sportsbooks around the country. Thanks to that, RSI and BetRivers can offer multiple perspectives about the odds of any given game.

Odds for a game may be different depending on where somebody lives, especially if a sportsbook is offering odds on a home game.

An International Look At Sports Betting

The main show is aired out of Rivers Casino Des Plaines in Illinois. During the show, other BetRiver Casinos around the country will show their odds of any given game. This will give viewers multiple perspectives on what oddsmakers around the country are thinking.

VSiN has shown excitement to work with BetRivers for multiple reasons.

“As BetRivers.com emerges as one of the top sportsbooks in Illinois and across the United States, we couldn’t be more excited to launch the first national sports betting show out of Illinois with our friends at BetRivers,” said Brian Musburger, founder and CEO of VSiN. “Not only because of the importance of the Illinois sports betting market, but also because Chicago was the birthplace of VSiN and a place so many of us on the team have called home over the years. It’s amazing to come home and partner with BetRivers to deliver the most credible sports betting news and analysis available in the industry.”

They are also bringing on Danny Burke, a Chicago native to host the show. Burke already has a sports betting show on VSiN and will now be hosting Rush Hour.

Bringing sports betting odds and lines to an international level is a big step for sports betting in the United States. The more exposure it gains, the more it becomes accepted in daily life. The show will start airing on Tuesday at 7 p.m. EST.

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