Sports betting content provider WagerTalk is launching a new podcast for the 2019-20 pro football season, titled ‘Bet On It.’ It will feature the firm’s co-founder Marco D’Angelo, professional sports bettor Gianni “The Greek” Karalis, and WagerTalk Director of Media Relations Kelly Stewart.

D’Angelo, who has been a professional sports handicapper and bettor since 1980, commented: “With the ‘Bet on It’ show, Ace and myself will break down each week’s pro football games in great detail. We will be dropping bombs, sprinkling, betting sandwich games, and enjoying ‘Fat n Sassy’ plays all season long, right from the Las Vegas Strip.”

Karalis broke into the sports betting industry as a bookmaker in Philadelphia in the late 1980’s. He moved to Las Vegas in the mid-1990’s and served as a runner for respected betting syndicates at the Stardust Race & Sports Book, where he frequently participated on the famous Stardust Line radio show.

Since then, he has become one of the most recognizable faces in the Las Vegas sports betting scene. He has made several appearances on ESPN, FOX, CBS, Yahoo! Radio and many more local and national outlets. Karalis has been featured on a CNBC sports betting special, a NY Times Magazine longform on sports betting, and was a featured participant in “The Best of It” sports betting documentary.

“I am honored to be a part of the all new ‘Bet On It’ podcast,” Karalis said. “Our supporters have been a huge part of this ride, and I can’t wait to share even more winning information, along with some great times and laughs ahead.”

Stewart emerged as a prominent voice in the Las Vegas sports betting scene in the early 2010’s while working for Don Best Sports. She has turned that internet following into one of the industry’s largest proxy services for out-of-town gamblers.

Known by most as Kelly in Vegas, she won the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest’s Mini Contest in 2014. She is a writer and video personality for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, in addition to working as a featured correspondent for the Bleacher Report.