Imagine a combination of Facebook, Twitter and ESPN built exclusively for the sports bettor. Meet SportsJaw.com, a social network for breaking sports news, game predictions, stats, odds, social commentary and more. The sports gambling community has longed for their own social network. So we built it.
"SportsJaw is the coolest thing to happen to sports betting since the point spread. An absolute game changer for professional sports bettors, the comprehension of this site is amazing — it provides me with the vital information I need to stay ahead of the bookie." — KT Poway @Oddsboard.com
SportsJaw gathers and provides the breaking news, game previews, stats and odds from all the top news source's like: ESPN, Yahoo Sports, Twitter, WinnersandWhiners.com, Covers.com, Oddshark, and the BleacherReport.
Connect with other sports gamblers around the world and share your knowledge on your favorite teams. Chat about the game in real-time and share your betting advice and alerts. SportsJaw is a social network very similar to Facebook and Twitter -users can create an account, connect with friends, and follow other users.
There is strength in numbers — follow the smart money this season with the SportsJaw community picks. SportsJaw provides crowd sourced predictions for every game from over 10,000 savvy sports betting enthusiasts. Our members generally know what they are talking about; when they have a strong opinion about a game they will make a pick for that matchup. The crowd sourced predictions are displayed on each of the daily match-up pages so you can quickly see which way the community is betting and easily follow the public betting trends.
Never miss another lock — get real time betting alerts from other users just like you. Every week there are a handful of games with insider information that tilts the odds in your favor, at SportsJaw our community works together to share these betting nuggets. For example, this year in college football did you see the weather report calling for hurricane conditions for the NC State and Notre Dame game and capitalize on the Total Under 58 points? Or did you see Jimmy Garoppolo go down at the end of the 2nd Half against the Dolphins and cash in on 2nd Half Miami line? With SportsJaw you are alerted on this type of critical news stories instantly so that you never miss another slam dunk winner.
Let's team up together and share our insight and start winning together.
Currently beta testing — welcome all feedback on site performance and new features. Join today at SportsJaw.com.