betPARX live in Ohio via PGA Tour Memorial Tournament partnership

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betPARX has launched its mobile sports betting offering in Ohio through a partnership with the PGA Tour and one of its annual golf contests, the Memorial Tournament

For the second consecutive year, betPARX will be the exclusive mobile sports betting sponsor of the Memorial Tournament, which takes place at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio from May 29 to June 4.

Available across iOS, Android, and desktop, the betPARX sportsbook app will allow Ohio residents to wager on golf, pro and college football, basketball, baseball, hockey, MMA, tennis, and soccer. The platform also has a variety of betting and payment options. 

“We are thrilled to align with betPARX and to provide sports fans throughout the state of Ohio the opportunity to download the betPARX app and start placing bets on all sports,” commented Dan Sullivan, Executive Director of the Memorial Tournament.

“betPARX, the Memorial, and the PGA Tour have worked within the guidelines set by the Ohio Casino Control Commission to provide a safe, secure, and enjoyable betting platform. And the betPARX app will provide Memorial fans and patrons a new experience when the top players compete during the week of May 29.”

betPARX has been the official betting operator of the PGA Tour since Ohio passed its sports betting legislation last year.

As part of its sponsorship of the Memorial Tournament, betPARX plans to offer branded fan experiences for the public to enjoy throughout the week of the golf contest.

“betPARX is thrilled to announce its mobile sports betting debut in Ohio,” added Matthew Cullen, Senior Vice President of Sports for betPARX.

“betPARX is one of the leaders in mobile betting and igaming in North America and leverages superb technology, products and best Ohio marketing promotions. We are excited to partner with the PGA Tour and the Memorial Tournament to offer a fast, easy and fun experience for sports fans.”

Earlier this month, the PGA Tour revealed a redesign of its PGATour and websites, placing fan immersion and elevated technology at the heart of the experience.