NBA’s Indiana Pacers have recently forged a multi-year partnership with PointsBet, making the global sportsbook operator its official gaming partner.

Following the partnership, the PointBet’s branding will be clearly prominent during all of the Pacer’s games, besides other advertisements throughout the Bankers Life Fieldhouse arena. Furthermore, the groundbreaking deal will also offer Pacer fans and state residents unique gaming opportunities as well.

A Deal That Has Ignited Lots of Excitement

The collaboration has ignited a huge excitement while considering the fact it would be the first occasion an official sportsbook will be advertising in such prime real estate on the court’s side. It is likely to a huge exposure for PointsBet.

Indiana Pacers were not the only to anxiously about the deal unfolding, many other teams in the NBA were keen, and are now looking at the PointsBet partnership while wondering how it could be applied to their franchise.

The Bettors Will Also Get an Enticing Bonus

If the deal itself was not enough to cause for joy, further excitement awaits for those who will be betting on the NBA in Indiana will be able to claim a $100 sign-up bonus.

This bonus is meant for those who create an account with PointsBet. You will just have to enter in the code “PACER” in order to access the promo. Indeed, it’s a win-win situation for everyone, including the team, the sportsbook, and the players who are looking to place bets.

A significant reason for the new partnership is to develop an interest in sports betting. So, the fan engagement and the bonus deal are meant to stimulate the people to join the fun.

Furthermore, PointsBet has also pledged that there will be lots of other promotions and bonuses to follow in the coming days. Obviously, it’s meant to engage the fans, besides keeping them entertained.

The underlying idea is to extend these additional promotions to the PointsBet existing customers as the reward for loyalty.

While commenting on the deal with PointsBet, Pacers Sport & Entertainment, Rick Fuson said:

“This corporate affiliation with PointsBet represents a real win for both entities. We look forward to welcoming them in as a clearly visible brand at the Fieldhouse and through our multiple channels.”

The new partnership is likely to be evident in the 2020-2021 season. Earlier this year, PointsBet declared it would be one of the NBA’s authorized sports betting operators.

It’s become evident that PointsBet intends to make as many collaborations with the NBA teams as possible, provided that they’re in those states with legalized betting.

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