Greenwood Racing, the parent company of Pennsylvania’s Parx Casino and the BetParx igaming and online sports betting entity, has joined the American Gaming Association’s ‘Have a Game Plan. Bet Responsibly’ campaign.
Under the terms of the alliance, Parx will promote responsible gaming consumer education at its sportsbooks, through its app, and across digital channels.
“Responsible gaming is an integral part of Greenwood Racing’s sports betting strategy,” said Marc Oppenheimer, Parx Chief Marketing Officer.
“We’re excited to extend our longstanding commitment to responsible gaming consumer education through this partnership with the AGA.”
The AGA launched Have A Game Plan in late 2019 to promotes four principles of responsible sports wagering, those being set a budget and stick to it; keep it social; know the odds; and play with trusted, regulated operators.
The campaign has broad support from across the sports betting landscape, including sports leagues and teams, media companies, gaming operators and suppliers and others.
Sports betting is now legal in 33 states and the District of Columbia. Today, 31 jurisdictions are operational, offering more than 130 million American adults the protections of legal wagering in their home market.
“The AGA is thrilled to welcome Parx Casino and betParx as Have A Game Plan campaign partners,” added Casey Clark, AGA Senior Vice President.
“The expansion of legal sports betting options—to 130 million Americans today—reinforces the importance of bringing together as many voices as possible to educate consumers on responsible wagering.”
Parx joins campaign partners across the sports, media and sports wagering landscape, including Barstool Sportsbook, BetMGM, DraftKings, Delaware North, Entain, FanDuel, Global Payments, MGM Resorts International, MSG Networks, Monumental Sports and Entertainment, NASCAR, New York Knicks, New York Jets, New York Rangers, NHL, Nuvei, Penn National Gaming, PGA Tour, Rush Street Interactive, SeventySix Capital, Sightline Payments, Sinclair Broadcast Group, UFC, Vegas Golden Knights and Washington Commanders.