The Braves have agreed to partner with skill-based fantasy outlet PrizePicks to be their official daily fantasy sports provider:
PrizePicks and the Atlanta Braves have renewed their pre-pandemic "official daily fantasy sports provider" partnership, per the company.
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PrizePicks will be featured prominently, per PR Newswire:
As part of the agreement, the PrizePicks brand will be prominently featured on the Tower LED in Truist Park during all Atlanta Braves home games, which is fitting considering the PrizePicks team is growing rapidly with local hiring. PrizePicks will also be introduced as an official partner of the Braves during the radio broadcasts of all 162 regular season games throughout the 2023 season, which will include a daily player prediction segment.
Baseball has consistently been a top performing fantasy sports market for PrizePicks, with the company increasing the number and variety of product offerings each passing season. In 2022, PrizePicks tripled the number of daily MLB projections by adding dozens of new statistical markets and creating live in-game projections for every MLB game.
PrizePicks CEO Adam Wexler and Braves Senior VP Jim Allen are both very excited about the deal:
“We are honored to partner with the Braves again, a testament to our commitment to being a major part of the Georgia sports ecosystem,” Adam Wexler, PrizePicks Co-Founder and CEO said. “The Braves are a legendary franchise and perennial championship contenders, the type of sustained level of excellence to which we aspire as an organization every day.”
“PrizePicks shares our commitment to thoughtful innovation and providing an optimal fan experience,” said Jim Allen, Atlanta Braves Senior Vice President of Corporate and Premium Partnerships for the Braves. “We are proud to welcome them back as a partner.”
PrizePicks has recently partnered with Atlanta United as well, and it’s clear they’re becoming a big player in the Atlanta sports scene.
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