PrizePicks Expands Braves Relationship to The Battery Atlanta

Atlanta-based daily fantasy sports provider PrizePicks has expanded its relationship with the Braves and Braves Development Co. to sponsor The Atlanta Battery entertainment complex.

PrizePicks became the club’s official daily fantasy provider in 2020.

“PrizePicks was born in Braves Country and over the past few years we have shared many celebrations at The Battery Atlanta while growing from a startup just down the road to becoming the number one fantasy sports operator in the country,” PrizePicks CEO and co-founder Adam Wexler said in a release. “We look forward to being a part of the next chapter of memories with our hometown team.”

PrizePicks signage will appear throughout The Battery Atlanta, with a mural adorning the exterior wall of Yard House. The logo will also be featured outside of Truist Park during October when the top-seeded Braves begin the National League Division Series.

PrizePicks Atlanta Braves

“This collaboration with PrizePicks marks another milestone in our enduring partnership,” Mike Plant, President & CEO of Braves Development Company said in a release. “Together, we will continue to create unparalleled experiences for all visitors to The Battery Atlanta.”

Last year, The Battery Atlanta handled 10.1 million visitors in its 2.25 million-square-foot mixed-use space at the intersection of I-75 and I-285.

According to a release, the complex includes offices One Ballpark Center, Comcast’s regional headquarters; Two Ballpark Center, home to SPACES; Three Ballpark Center, which serves as the global headquarters of Papa Johns and the North American headquarters of TK Elevator; Four Ballpark Center, home to Southwire and DCO Commercial Floors; and future site for Truist Tower, which will house Truist Securities.

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Brant James is a senior writer who covers the sports betting industry and legislation at Gaming Today. An alum of the Tampa Bay Times, ESPN.com, espnW, SI.com, and USA Today, he's covered motorsports and the NHL as beats. He also once made a tail-hook landing on an aircraft carrier with Dale Earnhardt Jr. and rode to the top of Mt. Washington with Travis Pastrana. John Tortorella has yelled at him numerous times.

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