In a rare move, ESPN is letting NBA players compete for cash at a new, higher rate than it has ever done before.ESPN.com’s fantasy basketball experts have started posting on Fan Duel, the company’s daily sports trading app, a new feature that allows users to buy individual player picks from the company, along with the draft picks that go with them.
Players can now make $1,000 bets on players, with $100 for each spot.
It’s the first time in ESPN’s history that NBA players can compete for $1 million on Fan, which is owned by CBS Sports and will debut later this month.
The idea is that players are taking a big risk on the money that they get on Fan.
ESPN’s Kevin Pelton wrote on Twitter that ESPN is offering players a “significant risk” on the $1.3 million they get from FanDelt, which he estimates could earn a player $100,000 per year.
For the uninitiated, FanDel has a simple, straightforward platform that allows players to place money in order to compete in the NBA.
The company does not allow anyone to earn money in the platform.
But ESPN has built a relationship with ESPN.com, which allows the company to allow ESPN.tv and other streaming services to stream a player’s games.
The new FanDEL features are similar to those available for ESPN.
ESPN also announced this week that it will stream some NBA games this season, including some of the games of the Golden State Warriors, with ESPN 2, ESPN 3 and ESPN 4.ESPN’s move is not only a way to make money on Fan but to also show players that there’s more than one way to do things in the industry.
ESPN.co has been streaming NBA games, as well as some games of other teams, since 2015.
This is the first season that ESPN has been offering its NBA streaming platform.