Major League Soccer (MLS) has announced that Dimers.com will contribute sports betting information to the new Betting Hub on MLSsoccer.com for the rest of the 2023 season. This covers the MLS Cup and the MLS All-Star Game.
By collaborating with Dimers.com, MLS is expanding the reach of its sports betting footprint by providing original betting content derived from predictive analytics methods. MLS specialists from Dimers.com will post various editorial pieces on MLSsoccer.com, including parlay articles and articles highlighting the day's top bets.
This announcement comes at a time when MLS hits its 28th season, the eagerly awaited 2023 Leagues Cup will take place from 21 July to 19 August and the 2026 World Cup, which will be hosted by the US, Canada and Mexico.
Chris Schlosser, MLS SVP, Emerging Ventures, said: “At a time of sustained momentum behind our league and with the rapid growth of sports betting further increasing interest in soccer in the US, we are excited to align with Dimers.com to provide world-class predictive analytics and content to help fans make informed choices and place bets responsibly.”
Adam Fiske, CEO, Dimers.com, said: “The way we see it, sports betting is a form of entertainment and goes hand in hand with sports fandom.
“By increasing the coverage and betting information for MLS, we are confident this combined effort will benefit not only the regular sports wagerer but also those MLS fans that are simply curious about sports betting.”
IMG Arena recently announced an expanded agreement with MLS to offer player and ball tracking information to MLS Next Pro.