ONE Championship Events Coming To FanDuel TV

FanDuel Sportsbook App LogoFanDuel TV has been the latest of FanDuel’s attempts to grow into the top name in sports betting. The channel, which was rebranded from the horse racing channel TVG Network, is now fully available on a number of different cable packages as well as through the FanDuel+ app. While the channel is still fairly new, only launching in September with a few different programs, FanDuel TV is starting to grow and continues to add new content heading into 2023.

In addition to its focus on sports betting shows and horse racing, the network will now broadcast mixed martial arts events. Here’s what you need to know about the new agreement that has FanDuel TV airing ONE Championship events.

FanDuel TV Broadcasting ONE Martial Arts Fights

According to a new press release on the FanDuel website, FanDuel TV and ONE Championship have teamed up on a new content deal. The deal will bring weekly martial arts events from ONE to FanDuel TV, with the premier broadcast debuting on January 20th, 2023. However, the network will give viewers a preview this Saturday, December 3rd, with ONE 164: Pacio vs. Brooks.

Now, anyone with access to FanDuel TV, which is featured through major distributors such as Hulu, Spectrum, DirectTV, YouTubeTV, and DISH, will be able to check out upcoming ONE events. Considering ONE is the largest mixed martial arts league in the world, with a total reach eclipsing 400 million viewers, this deal should provide a major boost for FanDuel TV.

A Look At Other FanDuel TV Programming

FanDuel TV’s suite of programming has begun to grow since its September launch. One of the top shows on the network is Up & Adams with former Good Morning Football host Kay Adams, which discusses different pro football headlines. FanDuel TV also broadcasts Run it Back, an NBA-focused show hosted by former Memphis Grizzlies and Houston Rockets player Chandler Parsons and Michelle Beadle (formerly of ESPN).

More Ways to Win, another popular show on the network, is a daily look at sports betting news, horse racing, fantasy football, and previews of Sunday’s NFL games. FanDuel TV also regularly broadcasts international horse racing throughout the day as well as NBL Australian basketball games.

FanDuel TV Continues To Grow

With the addition of new shows like Run it Back in October and the 2023 addition of ONE events, it’s clear that FanDuel TV has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon. The network has no shortage of competition when it comes to sports betting content and event broadcasting, especially with major networks like ESPN focusing more on wagering shows in recent years.

And that’s not to mention the numerous online avenues for sports betting content, such as the 24/7 streaming Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN), the numerous wagering shows featured on Barstool Bets, and the wide range of betting content that can be found on YouTube, such as the LINEUPS.com picks videos. Despite all this competition, FanDuel TV seems determined to grow its audience as FanDuel Sportsbook continues to be available in more states across the U.S.

Anthony Elio is a CU Boulder graduate with a degree in creative writing and advertising. He is the lead Industry Betting Writer at Lineups.com, where he has spent over a year covering industry news in sports betting, casino, and poker.

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