Bally’s in deal with Oscar de la Hoya for boxing gaming pilot


Bally’s Corporation continues its expansion into gaming signing a deal with the company owned by former boxing star Oscar de la Hoya to develop a product called Bally’s Fight Night.

US.- The casino and gaming giant Bally’s Corporation has signed an agreement with the former boxer Oscar de la Hoya and his KO Entertainment company to bring igaming into combat sports.

According to a statement from Bally’s, the strategic partnership with KO’s parent company, Golden Boy Promotions, will develop of a pilot broadcast of a video game presentation with betting purposes.

The product, Oscar de la Hoya’s KO Entertainment Presents Bally’s Fight Night, is described as “a reimagining of how the sports of boxing and mixed martial arts are presented.”

Bally’s Fight Night will feature five professional martial arts and four professional boxing contests with the option of placing bets.

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