HomeBoxingJake Paul announces ‘BETR’ betting app after rejecting 40 million dollar sponsor:BS

Jake Paul announces ‘BETR’ betting app after rejecting 40 million dollar sponsor:BS

Jake Paul, a social media sensation and professional boxer, recently teased a “big announcement” for this coming Monday morning (August 8), and the big day has finally arrived.

Why the commotion?

Under BETR, a direct-to-consumer sports book that focuses on live, in-game micro-betting in real time. Paul is launching his new weekly sports show, “BS with Jake Paul,” which is a part of his “Sports Media Content Factory.”

Jake “The Problem Child”

Paul, the founder and president of Betr, has admitted that before learning about microbetting, he had never been interested in sports betting. “Micro-betting is the TikTok-ification of sports betting and I am excited to bring it to the masses through Betr.” He said, “We are in this for the long haul and are focused on doing things the right way.” Jake has also assured us that they are getting licensed state-by-state. It is important to adhere to each state’s regulatory framework while advocating for important consumer protections and responsible gambling. “We want to be the category-defining consumer company in both sports betting and sports media by the end of the decade and are confident we will achieve that goal.”

The Miami-based company has raised $50 million from “leading investors.

Jake vs Hasim Rahman Jr.

The fight between Paul and Hasim Rahman Jr., which was originally scheduled to take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City last Saturday night (August 6), was called off due to weight-related issues. This is forcing “The Problem Child” to cancel his “Big Apple” boxing match.

That probably leaves him with more time for his weekly “BS.”

Jake said , “Stephen A. Smith, Pat McAfee, Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe … there’s a new sheriff in town,” Paul said about his new sports commentary show. “Surprise motherfuckers.”

Nischal Bahuguna
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Nischal is a martial arts practitioner and loves the technical aspect of martial arts. Here at The Sports Lite he technically reviews UFC fights. He is pursuing a career in marketing and enjoys exploring off-road trails, going on weekend hikes, and having new experiences.

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