MLB Minor League Games Will Soon Be Streamed on Bally’s Casino App 

MLB Minor League Games Will Soon Be Streamed on Bally’s Casino App 


After a deal with Major League Baseball, the casino giant will now offer free broadcasts of all minor league games throughout the season (MLB)

MLB has sought to increase its viewership and interest in the sport. This occurs at a time when the sport’s key demographics are experiencing a loss in interest and a decline in audience size.

According to The New York Post, the MLB has sold the rights of all 120 minor league teams to Bally’s Corp, which will provide free access to the team’s games via its Bally Live app.

This may be viewed as a substantial investment for MLB, given last year’s premium subscription cost $29.99 and games were accessible through the At Bat Live app. According to reports, the league has reconsidered, believing that making the sport more accessible and not buried behind a paywall is a better approach to interacting with people in general.

Roger Manfred, the commissioner of MLB, concurs that this is the best course of action, despite the unknown cost of the contract. In other words, Bally did pay for the rights to broadcast the games without charge, which is beneficial for MLB.

Bally’s is another excellent option. The company has approximately 750,000 online users and 500,000 retail customers each month.

The New York Post also cited a presentation provided by MLB in which it was stated that the deal enhanced the league’s distribution opportunities across both digital and retail, resulting in improved gamification. Gamification is the term used by sports betting companies to describe free-to-play solutions designed to attract more people to betting.

Bally to Launch Contests

Bally’s will create numerous contests that will allow fans to connect with the sport and participate for free. “Baseball Bingo” is one of the alternatives available to fans, who have the possibility to earn Bally’s Rewards points while playing. The free games are not yet accessible, and it will be some time before they become available. The games will likely launch on April 15.

Diamond Sports, the regional sports network that had held the rights to broadcast ten MLB clubs, has declared bankruptcy and is being replaced by Bally’s, which will provide free content. MLB hopes that by utilizing free content and gamification features, it will be able to reclaim the spotlight from sports betting and return it to baseball.

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