Underdog Fantasy teams up with Ultimate Autographs

December 14, 2023
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Sports fans will have access to additional ways to win online.

Sports gaming platform Underdog Fantasy has partnered with Ultimate Autographs to offer its clients additional ways to play and win online. The duo will work in tandem to “expand the online value of live sports entertainment and sports memorabilia collecting.”

Ultimate Autographs Co-Owner Matt Sollis noted that this partnership can bring added benefits for everyone involved, as well as create additional wins for sports fans.

He said, "Partnering with Underdog is great for the industry and great for our customers. Their platform provides sports fans with the ability to increase their enjoyment of sports and individual athlete performance, and now offer those same fans even more ways to play and win signed sports memorabilia through Ultimate Autograph's Live Breaks.

“It extends their experience from premier autographed sports collectibles to innovative fantasy sports games."

The advantage for Ultimate Autographs customers will be that they can earn a first deposit match of $100, along with a complimentary $20 gift card. Customers can use the gift card in any Ultimate Autographs live break.

The company offers its patrons access to daily live breaks seven days a week at 12PM, 3PM and 6PM Central Time. 

Underdog Partnerships Manager Andrew Mackens said that the company is eager to work with Ultimate Autographs because of its commitment to bringing personalized sports memorabilia to fans.

He commented, "We are excited to announce our partnership with Ultimate Autographs.

"Their unique value proposition of offering unique, authentic and custom autographed sports memorabilia in a live break format aligns with our philosophy of extending the overall enjoyment of the live sports experience."


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