On Monday night, eight of the best hitters in Major League Baseball will compete on the biggest stage as they attempt to become the 2022 T-Mobile Home Run Derby champion. BetMGM is teaming up with the American Cancer Society to celebrate the event with BetMGM users and to spread awareness for the critical importance of cancer screening.
The American Cancer Society has a century-long legacy as a leader in the fight against cancer. BetMGM is a proud supporter of ACS and is excited to leverage the platform of the Mid-Summer Classic to assist in their mission to free the world from cancer.
“We are incredibly grateful that BetMGM recognizes that regular cancer screening saves lives,” said Anthony Marino, Executive Vice President, American Cancer Society, “This important new alliance is raising awareness and providing generous support for American Cancer Society research, advocacy, and patient services to help save more lives from cancer.”
This partnership culminates in a promotion available to all BetMGM users that rewards Free Bets to those who opt-in and bet on the 2022 T-Mobile Home Run Derby, providing an additional reason to cheer for more home runs on Monday night.
ACS reminds users that getting screened for cancer is a home run, and can save lives. Participants in the promotion will be sent all necessary information to learn more about cancer screening and find a health center nearby in order to #GetScreened (visit cancer.org/get-screened to learn more).
Cancer Screening Saves Lives
Regular cancer screening can keep you informed about the state of your health. And if there are any issues, early detection can save your life.
1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will face cancer in their lifetime. Yet, many wait until they have symptoms to visit a doctor. But screening tests, for people without symptoms, check certain parts of your body at regular intervals to detect any changes that may develop into cancer and can catch cancer early when it may be easier to treat. Tests are available for common cancers like breast, colorectal, cervical, and lung cancer.
Cancer screening is safe, effective and should be a regular part of your life. Talk to a doctor about which screening tests are right for you. Resources are available for people who don’t have a primary care doctor, are uninsured or underinsured, or have never been screened. Many states have free or low-cost cancer screening programs.
Learn more at cancer.org/get-screened.
The American Cancer Society does not endorse any service or product.