Erik has been blogging, writing, and creating sports content for over 5 years for many sites and blogs scattered across the web. He has been a member of the United Cardinals Bloggers for nearly 4 years. When he isn’t writing or creating sports content, he can be found taking in sports content from all over the place. He lives and breathes sports and sports betting, and is an avid St. Louis sports fan.
His other projects include SaintLouisSports.com and BettingMidwest.com. Outside of those two projects, he has helped to develop many projects for Knup Sports including the all-new Sports 2.0 network. Look for his content throughout the Sports 2.0 network of sites, sooner rather than later.
Ryan has pioneered many projects in his 15+ years of service in the sports media and sports betting industry. Not only is Ryan the brains behind the Sports 2.0 network, but his Knup Solutions has revolutionized the sports and sports betting media industry. Ryan, along with his brother, Rodney’s, and father, Tom’s sport and sports betting content can be found all over the web.
Not only can hundreds of his writings be found on the web, but he has also been involved in a ton of podcasting, and radio media as well. He has certainly left his mark on the sports betting industry, but continues to write stories for Betting Blogger for a little fun. Come check out the opinions and stories of an industry veteran.
Rodney has been around the sports business industry for several years, and has developed a pretty fun system to bring home winners. While not a flawless system by any means, it brings the fun into sports betting, and also brings the cash to your wallet.
Rodney is content manager and director at Knup Solutions, which has blossomed into a mega content provider for sports betting all over the world. Rodney is a sports fanatic, who literally could not stand the 100 days of quarantine that sent sports on the longest break ever. Kansas Jayhawks Basketball, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues are his trio of sports passions.
Rodney also is involved with local youth sports for his 3 kids.