Bet365 Becomes an Official Betting Partner of Cleveland Guardians

bet365, the global online sports and betting operator, has announced an agreement with Ohio-based baseball side the Cleveland Guardians to be an Official Betting Partner of the Major League Baseball (MLB) team.

This is a multi-year agreement and coincides with the January launch of regulated gambling in the state of Ohio, where the Guardians play. The bet365 sportsbook has also recently debuted in the Ohio jurisdiction.

In the run-up to the next MLB season, which starts in April, the Cleveland Guardians are to host a Guardians Fest event at the Huntington Convention Center in Ohio later this month.

There will be a bet365 lounge at the event, and fans will be able to get a preview of further features of the partnership for the baseball season. Fans attending the sportsbook lounge will have the opportunity to win prizes and receive exclusive bet offers throughout the day.

We're very excited to work with bet365 as our exclusive mobile sports betting partner and welcome them to the State of Ohio. There is a tremendous bond between our organization and bet365. With nearly 90 million customers registered worldwide, bet365 is one of the world's leaders in online gambling and will provide our fans with a trusted source to complement our organization's success on and off the field.

Ted BaughVice President of Corporate and Premium Partnerships for the Guardians

bet365 states that this agreement will allow the gaming operator to run a variety of promotions and features for passionate Guardians fans to take part in during the season.

Everyone at bet365 is thrilled to partner with the Guards as we launch the world's favorite online sports betting brand in Ohio, The Guardians' rich history is deep-rooted in the Cleveland community, and we're excited to become part of their exciting future.


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