ESPN is expanding their roster of sports betting analysts and will be welcoming Kelly Stewart to the team this June.

What’s Happening:

  • ESPN has announced that Kelly Stewart is joining the network as a sports betting analyst.
  • Stewart will serve as an analyst on ESPN’s daily sports betting news and information program Daily Wager along with the Daily Wager podcast and other ESPN sports betting platforms including:
    • Radio shows
    • Podcasts
    • Specials
    • SportsCenter
    • And across the network’s other programs

  • She will begin in June.
  • Stewart joins other ESPN sports betting analysts including:
    • Daily Wager host and analyst Doug Kezirian
    • Bet hosts and analysts Joe Fortenbaugh and Tyler Fulghum 
    • contributors Anita Marks, Steve Coughlin, Chris Fallica and Jordan Schultz
    • Betting industry reporter David Purdum.

What They’re Saying:

  • Scott Clark, ESPN Senior Coordinating Producer: “Having an experienced voice like Kelly Stewart join us better positions us to expand our sports betting content going forward. She’ll be an important asset to all that we are doing in the space and like the rest of our sports betting team, she will be busy.”
  • Kelly Stewart: “I’m very excited about my opportunity to work for ESPN. As a kid from small town Kansas, I grew up watching Kansas State teams during the Bill Snyder era and was immediately hooked on sports. Gambling has always been a part of my life, starting with wagering against friends on the outcome of events to playing cards and rolling dice. I guess you could say the move to Las Vegas after college was just a natural progression for me, and I quickly gravitated to legal sports betting. I was privileged to be mentored by some of the best in the business. I’m looking forward to sharing my expertise with ESPN viewers and sports fans everywhere.”

About Kelly Stewart:

  • Breaking into the sports betting scene over the last decade, Stewart most recently has been an analyst for Bleacher Report and for
  • She also has appeared across multiple other platforms over the years including betting programs and websites, ESPN Radio in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Review-Journal and more.
  • A native of Manhattan, Kansas, Stewart earned a degree in Business Administration, specializing in Marketing, and a minor in Leadership Studies at Kansas State University.