A new agreement with Kindred Group’s sportsbook brand has something for Steelers fans and online casino players alike.
Unibet has expanded its NFL partnerships in PA to include the Pittsburgh Steelers. The popular online casino had already partnered with the Philadelphia Eagles last year. This now gives the online casino full partnership with both major NFL teams in the state.
The deal includes digital collaboration across social media channels, sweepstakes for fans to enter and projects to support the local community.
While a majority of the focus of this partnership is on Unibet’s sportsbook side, casino players can expect a new Steelers-themed casino game to be released. Unibet already has Philadelphia Eagles-themed blackjack and slot games. So Steelers fans should expect similar offerings.
Kindred’s senior vice president for the US, Manuel Stan, released a statement noting, “This is an exciting step in Western Pennsylvania for us. With this partnership, we will continue to grow our share of voice in Pennsylvania, strengthen our connection to local fans and support future launches in neighboring States.”
Ryan Huzjak, Steelers’ vice president of sales and marketing, added to that, saying, “This partnership will provide brand new opportunities for Steelers Nation, both on game days at Heinz Field and throughout the season. We are looking forward to bringing these enhancements to our fans.”
As already noted, players in Pennsylvania can expect Steelers-themed casino games in line with previous partnerships.
New players to Unibet can expect to receive a $10 no deposit bonus and a 100% match bonus on their first deposit up to $500.
The online casino hosts regular promotions including a weekly table games race and Risk-Free Sundays for blackjack players.
Unibet offers one of the best game catalogs in PA, one that includes hundreds of online slots, table games, and live dealer games.
Given the popularity of these NFL partnerships, it won’t be a surprise if we start seeing Unibet reaching out to other Pennsylvania sports teams in the MLB and NBA as well. Stay tuned, PA players!