Pro League Network and Brinx TV sign production deal

July 20, 2023
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The first show of the new partnership will be PLN House.

Pro League Network (PLN) and Brinx TV have signed a production deal that will bring PLN’s made-for-wagering sports to a wider audience.

As part of this new partnership PLN and Brinx TV will produce sporting events that will be exclusive to the Brinx TV platform. The first program in this new partnership will be “PLN House” a weekly show that will broadcast highlights, news and upcoming wagering opportunities from PLN’s variety of sports.

This includes CarJitsu, The World Putting League, Xtreme Long Drive and Pillow Fight Championship, among other sports.

Brinx TV and PLN will also work together to produce a number of live sports for the channel.

PLN made an attempt to capitalize on the day after the MLB All-Star Games, in what is known ‘slowest day in sports,’ doing so by focusing attention on The World Putting League, which drew interest from various betting companies that took odds on the event, such as Bet365, Betfred, DraftKings and Action247.

John Brenkus, creator of Brinx TV said, "PLN is ahead of the curve in the sports betting market. The leagues and sports PLN produces provide some of the most entertaining and rewarding bets a fan can place."

PLN Co-Founder and Co-President Bill Yucatonis said, "John and the Brinx TV team have created a platform that's perfectly suited for our portfolio of sports. We're excited to introduce their fans to our sports. We know Brinx TV viewers will have a ton of fun betting Brinx Bux on the next CarJitsu Championship match and more."


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