Lines Sports Betting Review Board
The Lines editorial team has close to 100 combined years of experience in the sports betting space, which means a lot of big wins and bad beats along the way.
Our writers and analysts are some of the sharpest and well-connected personalities in the gaming industry, but they’re bettors first and foremost. That gives our content an unrivaled level of authenticity and insightfulness. We’re sports bettors helping sports bettors.
Stuart Stalter is an experienced sportswriter and award-winning journalist who loves to keep bettors of all levels informed and entertained. His byline has appeared in many outlets, including OddsJam and the Sports Daily. He enjoys stumping sports nerds with trivia on BrainFall as well. Stuart graduated in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in business administration.
Alex Murray has been writing about sports and sports betting since 2019 when he graduated from Ryerson's Sport Media program. Along the way he has written everything from sports betting guides, to sports betting predictions, to sports news. With pit stops at theScore, FantasyPros, and FanSided along the way, Alex has the writing experience and sports knowledge to be an asset to sports bettors everywhere.
John Ferguson is a veteran with 10 years of experience in the sports betting and fantasy sports industries. John has covered everything from niche sports like the XFL and Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) to mainstream favorites like MLB and NFL.
Michael Savio is a sports betting analyst from Milwaukee. The ASU alum fell in love with sports betting at a young age as his grandfather taught him to read lines and find smart bets. His work can also be found at Taking Vegas and SenShot. When he’s not doing betting analysis or covering sports, he’s supporting the Packers, Bucks, Brewers, Sun Devils, and Senators.
Daniel Preciado is a recent graduate of the sport analytics program at Syracuse University where he minored in economics. Preciado has covered MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL for seven years. He has worked for Forbes, The Action Network, and The Game Day.
Michael “NeighborMike” Callinan is a freelance writer and content creator
He is a father, sports, gambling, and DFS, enthusiast.
Sources say he is overall a decent person, and would currently be in the NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB if it wasn’t for his coaches hating him and his bad right knee.
Javier Ortega-Araiza is a writer, storyteller, and serial entrepreneur. He is a competitive tennis and pickleball player, an avid sports follower, and betting-wise, he runs the publication Grandpa Picks, which had a 297.01% ROI during its first year of operations in 2022.
Kimberly French is an award-winning journalist and former editor. She resides in Louisville, KY and is currently the assistand director and production manager for the New York Racing Association. She is a passionate sports fan, especially about the Syracuse Orange, New York Yankees and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jack Garry has played daily fantasy sports professionally for three years, specializing in MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL. Over time, he’s amassed significant sports and sports gambling knowledge. He’s written extensively on daily fantasy sports and sports betting throughout this time, spreading his knowledge and passion for the game within the game.
Noah Strang is a sports writer with plenty of experience in the iGaming space. He’s worked extensively in the sports betting niche and is an expert on all topics sports gambling. When not writing, you can find him watching whatever game is on TV.
As a freelance journalist and copywriter, I’ve been fortunate enough to contribute to a number of renowned sports content sites and publications – Footballer’s Life, Football Paradise, iGamingPost.com, and The72 to name a few. Specialising in soccer (football to me!) and sports betting, I love nothing more than pulling together a niche piece of work on either of these topics, or indeed playing, watching, or betting on soccer/football!
I have been covering sports for more than 30 years, and my writing has appeared in Forbes.com, ESPN Magazine, Playboy, Bleacher Report, CBS Sports, Pro Football Weekly, and several others. I have written six NFL-related books, including "Who's Better, Who's Best in the NFL." My writing has been recognized for multiple awards by the Pro Football Writers of America.
Peter is an excellent content writer that currently resides in the US, Texas. He has over 6 years of experience in the online gambling sector. During this time, he has written content for various iGaming markets, including the US, UK, and Canada. With his expertise, he now writes accurate sports betting reviews and guides for Lines.com.