Cavs Team Up With FanDuel

The Cleveland Cavaliers have entered into a new partnership with FanDuel, the leader in one-day fantasy sports. The partnership comprises an integrated marketing agreement that includes promotional elements, including in-arena signage and an online presence, to create a heightened awareness of FanDuel during Cavs games at Quicken Loans Arena.

“The Cavs are pleased to welcome FanDuel as an exciting new official partner,” said Kerry Bubolz, Cavaliers president of business operations. “We look forward to a long-standing relationship with FanDuel as they continue to leverage themselves in the sports and entertainment industry as the leader in one-day fantasy sports leagues.”

As a part of the agreement, the Cavaliers and FanDuel will launch #FanDuelfortheWin Sweepstakes, where one lucky fan will win a Cavaliers VIP experience at an upcoming game. Fans will also have the chance to score big with various prizes including Cavs tickets, Cavs swag, autographed items and more via social media. Complete details will be announced at a later date.
“The Cleveland Cavaliers are one of the most dynamic teams in the NBA, with passionate fans and an exciting roster," said Nigel Eccles, CEO of FanDuel. "The Cavs fully align with FanDuel's mission to make sports more exciting for basketball fans."

About FanDuel
FanDuel is the leading one-day fantasy sports company that is transforming the world of fantasy sports with an exciting new way to play. Since 2009 FanDuel has taken the one-day fantasy sports concept from launch to paying out over $10 million in prizes every week, and growing. New public and private leagues form daily and range in size from two to thousands of players. Buy-ins start at $1 and payouts happen after games end. Based in New York City with an office in Edinburgh, Scotland, FanDuel is venture backed and has raised $88 million in funding to date from investors including Shamrock Capital, NBC Sports Ventures, KKR, Comcast Ventures, Pentech Ventures, Piton Capital and Bullpen Capital. For more information, visit www.fanduel.com or download the iPhone app in the Appstore.

About the Cleveland Cavaliers
As a new era of Cleveland Cavaliers basketball launches, the landscape for the future of the team is filled with excitement and energy at unprecedented levels. On and off the court, Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert and the ownership group have made significant investments to provide the best experience, engagement and value to the most loyal, supportive and deserving fans in all of sports. The organization’s commitment to bring an NBA Championship to the fans and the city of Cleveland has never been stronger. The team plays their games at Quicken Loans Arena – aka The Q – the NBA’s third-largest arena known for its electrifying and award-winning game presentation.