Sling TV Adds Baseball and Hockey DraftKings Channels




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Sling TV is expanding its sports betting channel lineup today with the addition of baseball and hockey channels.

Sling launched the DraftKings Basketball channel last week, allowing fans to check on game scores and betting odds in real time. Today, DraftKings Baseball and DraftKings Hockey are joining the basketball channel. The channel additions are a result of the partnership between Dish and DraftKings, announced in March.

To celebrate the new channels, Sling TV and DraftKings have a special offer for customers. New DraftKings customers get a $50 FREE bet by using promo code “SLING,” in addition to a deposit bonus of up to $1,000 with their first deposit.

“This new channel is just the beginning of how we plan to bring the DraftKings sports betting experience to Sling TV customers,” said Michael Schwimmer, President, Sling TV when DraftKings Basketball launched. “We will continue expanding and enhancing our offerings to be the ultimate entertainment experience for sports fans.”

Not signed up for Sling TV yet? Right now, you can subscribe to Sling TV for just $10 for your first month. The offer also includes DVR Plus, giving you 200 hours of storage. 

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