PlayStudios, Las Vegas Ballpark To Offer Engaging Promotions at Aviators Games

The Las Vegas Aviators 2021 season starts on May 6

By Raymond Harrison 

America’s favorite pastime is becoming more rewarding at Las Vegas Ballpark.

The venue has partnered with award-winning mobile game developer PlayStudios on a pair of interactive promotions to thrill fans.

The “Be a Baller” promotion will take place throughout the 2021 Las Vegas Aviators season. Every game, a select number of lucky fans will swap their seats for exclusive access to the PlayStudios Club Level at the ballpark.

This VIP lounge comes with a full-service bar, an on-hand server, supremely comfortable seats, and complimentary food and drinks for the rest of the game.

Fans can also win with the “myVEGAS Bingo Beer” promotion. People entering the ballpark will receive a bingo ball card courtesy of PlayStudios. During the game, if their card has the winning number, they will win a free beer.

“In just two years, Las Vegas Ballpark has earned a reputation as the best stadium in the minor leagues and a destination for Las Vegas locals,” said Andrew Pascal, Founder of PlayStudios.

“We are incredibly proud to continue our relationship with the ballpark.”

Chuck Johnson, General Manager of the Aviators, had similar sentiments, saying “the ballpark is a place that brings people together.”

“We can’t wait for fans to celebrate the return of baseball with these innovative, exciting new promotions.”

Opening Night for the Aviators is on May 6, so get your tickets now!

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