The Post has learned that "The Pat McAfee Show" will be moving to ESPN as part of a multimillion dollar agreement that is anticipated to start in the fall.
It appears that McAfee will terminate his four-year, $120 million contract with FanDuel during this process.
He is currently in the second year of the contract. Despite not being fully known, sources claim that ESPN will pay McAfee more than eight figures annually.
The move coincides with Disney's ongoing layoffs, which will result in the loss of 7,000 jobs, some of them at ESPN.
McAfee, 36, attended the Disney upfronts on Tuesday after The Post published the story online.
Although McAfee already appears frequently on ESPN's "College GameDay" and produces college football alternative broadcasts for the network with Peyton Manning's Omaha Productions, his YouTube show is more raucous and frequently uses the f-word.