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Introducing the All-New SportsLine: Premium Picks By Vegas Experts

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Brentwood, TN (August 30, 2016) – Say hello to the all-new SportsLine, featuring premium picks by Vegas experts. The CBS Interactive site re-launched on Tuesday with an all-new home page that brings live, up-to-the minute picks from SportsLine’s team of experts front and center.

Introducing the All-New SportsLine: Premium Picks By Vegas ExpertsNow when a user visits SportsLine’s home page, they’ll see the latest picks from Vegas experts like Josh Nagel, who hit 61% of his documented college football picks last season. Readers can also get inside the head of analysts like Mike McClure, whose weighted on-base average, or wOBA, model is up over 30 units.

“Making our experts the central focus of SportsLine was our goal in relaunching the site,” SportsLine Brand Manager Grant Gurtin said. “Our home page is a lot more dynamic. Every time a person comes to SportsLine.com, the picks and analysis they’ll see will be fresh.”

SportsLine has also added video content anchored by Kelly Stewart, a Vegas-based capper who can break down any game. Joining Stewart are new experts Emory Hunt, aka “The Czar of the Playbook,” and Preston Johnson, who goes by the handle “Sports Cheetah.” Hunt has written three books about football, while Johnson went a documented 165-110 in college football and 61-33 in NFL last season.

Other SportsLine experts include Larry Hartstein (4-1 on “Big Game” props last season), Stephen Oh (co-founder of AccuScore), Zack Cimini (40-25-1 on NFL picks last season), Mike Tierney (underdog-lover), Matthew Coca (co-host of weekly SEC programming), and Nick Kostos (CBS Sports host).

Paid members of SportsLine can view expert picks on college football, NFL, MLB, UFC, EPL, NBA, and NHL games, see where the public’s money is going, and get a full history of line and odds movements. Game logs, trends, and analysis for every game is available.

SportsLine will also continue to feature daily articles from the site’s experts and will profile the “hottest” analysis who have been hitting it big in recent picks.

A paid subscription to SportsLine is $9.99 per month, making it affordable for any sports enthusiast. SportsLine also offers free daily fantasy sports cheat sheets and lineup recommendations for sites like FanDuel and DraftKings.

SportsLine is owned by CBS Interactive, whose family of brands includes CBSSports.com, CBS All Access, 247Sports, CNET, and TVGuide.com.

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