PFL Designates BetMGM As US Authorised Gaming Operator

The Professional Fighters League (PFL) has certified BetMGM as a PFL US Authorized Gaming Operator, allowing fans across the country to wager on fight lines on BetMGM starting with PFL 4 on Thursday, June 10.

BetMGM will also have access to PFL trademarks and marks, as well as VIP events, under the terms of the deal, and will be able to offer its users exclusive PFL incentives.

Peter Murray, the PFL’s CEO, said: “We’re excited to partner with BetMGM to evolve our premium betting experiences for the millions of passionate sports fans across the country ahead of PFL 4 on June 10. 

“Our fighters are facing win-or-go-home matchups in the remaining regular season events and expanding our sports betting offerings delivers another thrilling component to our league.”

Phenomenal PFL slate

BetMGM’s Chief Revenue Officer, Matt Prevost, added: “The upcoming PFL slate is phenomenal, and we look forward to offering fans exciting opportunities to get in on the action with unique PFL promotions on BetMGM.”

On June 10, competitors in the featherweight and lightweight classes will make their final push for a position in the PFL Playoffs, with win-or-go-home scenarios looming.

When Anthony Pettis takes on undefeated Alexander Martinez, he will be looking to rebound from an upset loss in his PFL debut and earn one of the division’s four playoff spots. Users who wager $25 on PFL 4 will receive a free $10 bet from BetMGM.

The Professional Fighters League has quickly risen to become the world’s No. 2 MMA organisation. It has worked with industry-leading brands such as Anheuser-Busch InBev, GEICO, CarParts.com, and Socios, adding world-class talent ranging from professional fighters to seasoned business leaders.

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