MediaTroopers has announced this week the release of its Pick Parlay free mobile betting app. The app is a planned extension of the company’s channels that offer news, education and engagement with those interested in sports and legal US sports betting. Pick Parlay is a fun, easy to use, free app aimed at casual sports fans and punters.
The app’s main attraction is a free weekly parlay bet, whereas app users will pick the favourite teams to win in major US sports leagues and competitions. A weekly prize of $100,000 will be paid out to those who predicted the winners correctly. Beside the weekly $100,000 prize, Pick Parlay app users have chances to win gifts, game tickets, free bets, free spins, bonuses and more.
Pick Parlay is a 100% free app that also offers the latest news, predictions, odds and tips from major American sports leagues like NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and more. The app is available for both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and can be download from the app store.
Sam Segal, CEO of MediaTroopers said: “The reaction we received to legal sports betting from our American audiences has been incredible. We are excited to add another fun and accessible channel that will allow us to engage with the sports betting community in the country. We developed Pick Parlay to offer our customers a new, innovative way to learn about legal sports betting, find the best offers and have a great time with the chance of winning cool prizes.”
When asked whether Pick Parlay is a gambling app, Segal replied: “MediaTroopers is a licensed service provider that offers marketing services to regulated gambling operators. However we are not an operator ourselves. The Pick Parlay app does not offer gambling, we offer a weekly competition that is absolutely free to enter, with a chance to win $100,000 every week and more fantastic prizes.”
MediaTroopers is a leading digital marketing agency that specializes in online gaming in regulated US jurisdictions. The company is currently licensed and operates in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois, Virginia, Michigan, Iowa and West Virginia.