Vice President, Fantasy/Betting Content
Scott Clark, who joined ESPN in 1999, oversees ESPN’s fantasy sports and sports betting programs, a positioned he assumed in 2019. He oversaw the launch of ESPN’s daily sports betting news and information program Daily Wager in 2019.
Clark started at ESPN in June of 1999 as a production assistant, shortly after he graduated from Cornell University. As a production assistant and associate producer, he worked on the ESPN programs Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter. After moving to a highlight supervisor position, he was promoted to producer in 2005.
As a producer, his main assignments were the 11 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter and Monday Night Countdown, including Monday Night Football halftime.
Clark was coordinating producer in ESPN’s NFL group from 2012 to 2014 before moving to SportsCenter in 2015, eventually becoming a senior coordinating producer in 2016. He oversaw the launch of SportsCenter:AM and the revamped ESPN morning lineup in February of 2016. During his time on SportsCenter, he worked on all daytime editions of the show as well as the 6 p.m. program.
While in college, Clark served internships at WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., working on the iconic George Michael Sports Machine program, and at NBC Sports.
Clark is a native of Westfield, N.J.