MLB Partners with theScore Giving Access to Official League Data

  • The MLB signed a deal with theScore allowing the sports betting app access to league info, marks, and logos.
  • In becoming an authorized gaming operator for the MLB, theScore is now joining companies such as FanDuel and DraftKings.
  • The sports betting app is available for players in New Jersey currently, as the MLB betting odds are beginning to take over.

NEW YORK – The MLB has finalized an agreement making theScore an authorized gaming operator for the league.

This multi-year deal gives theScore’s mobile sports betting app, theScore Bet, instant access to league marks, logos, and official MLB Data.

The gaming company’s media app has become very popular across North America by giving legal sports betting players news, live scores, stats, and betting information on leagues, teams, and players.

“We’re thrilled to work with MLB, helping bring our fans an even deeper experience as we begin our multi-state expansion of theScore Bet,” said John Levy, Founder, and CEO of theScore. “We know our fans are eager to watch and bet on America’s pastime, and we’ll be ready to bring them a best-in-class integrated media and betting offering when play resumes and for seasons to come.”

The MLB has partnered with four other gaming companies such as FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, and Fox Bet.

In this partnership, both the MLB and theScore will work to protect the integrity of the games by creating the best practices for the betting app.

“Working with theScore is another important step in offering baseball fans a variety of unique gaming options to continually engage with our sport,” said Kenny Gersh, MLB Executive Vice President, Gaming & New Business Ventures. “theScore is an innovative company that shares our vision for developing fandom with new, creative gaming opportunities on a variety of platforms.”

The sports betting app will be given real-time stats by the MLB official data feed, Statcast, and New Jersey residents have the app available to them right now.

Indiana and Colorado are set to launch the app in their states very soon and hopefully in time for the high-anticipated and re-designed 2020 MLB season starting at the end of July.

News tags: MLB | mobile betting | New Jersey | theScore

Adia Randall

Adia has a background in sports writing and strives to provide content that gives the readers accurate information. As a storyteller, she also works hard to create stories that are engaging to the audience. Whenever she’s not writing on sports betting news, she is getting her heart broken by every sports team in Georgia.

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