Sunday, 12 January 2020

Kambi's TV Prop Markets For Week Commencing 13/1/20

Kambi has released pro wrestling TV viewership prop bets for next week.

Here are the lines and prices as of 12PM GMT today.

13/1/20 WWE Monday Night Raw
For tomorrow night's Raw, Kambi asks whether the total average audience will be recorded at '2.3 Million or more'.
Those who believe the episode will do 2,300,000 or higher can find the 'Yes' a 4/5 favourite. Those who would like to bet on the show doing below that number can get 9/10 for the 'No'.

15/1/20 AEW Dynamite
The line for Wednesday's edition of AEW Dynamite has been set at '1.0 Million or More'. Those who believe it'll do less than that can back 'No' at 3/4. Those who think the show will do 1,000,000 or higher can get odds of 19/20 by backing 'Yes'.

15/1/20 WWE NXT 
For NXT, Kambi has set the line at '0.72 Million or More', so those who think the show will have a recorded 720,000 viewers - or above - can get 4/5 for 'Yes' or 9/10 for anything under that.

17/1/20 WWE Smackdown
The line for Friday's WWE Smackdown is '2.5 Million or More'. Both 'Yes' and 'No' are 17/20.

There are also a couple of show .vs. show spread props available.

Wednesday Night
For Wednesday night's head-to-head battle between AEW and NXT, the bookies ask whether AEW will have '0.25 million more than NXT'. Those who think AEW will beat NXT by 250,000 viewers or higher can get 9/10 on the 'Yes'. The option to bet on NXT winning, or keeping it closer than the 0.25 Million, can get  4/5 for 'No'.

Smackdown .vs. Raw
Finally, the spread prop for the two major offerings from WWE asks customers whether Friday's Smackdown will have '0.25 million more' viewers than WWE Raw from Monday night. As of the time of writing, both 'Yes' and 'No' are available at 17/20 each.

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