theScore Bet elevates RBC Canadian Open fan experience with Skyline Seating
theScore Bet is elevating its presence in its first year as the Official Gaming Partner of the RBC Canadian Open, introducing a premium, first-of-its-kind on course viewing experience.
theScore Bet Skyline Seats will bring fans up to 100 feet above the RBC Canadian Open Championship to watch tournament action like never before, overlooking the 1st and 18th holes at St. George’s Golf and Country Club in the greater Toronto area.
theScore Bet Skyline Seats will host tournament attendees high above the course to enjoy food and beverage, providing a bird’s eye view of the championship golf course and sweeping views of the Toronto skyline.
The RBC Canadian Open takes place Thursday, June 9 to Sunday, June 12.
“To tee off our partnership with Golf Canada and the RBC Canadian Open, we wanted to create a memorable and completely unique golf viewing experience that adds real value for fans attending Canada’s premier golf event,” said Aubrey Levy, Senior Vice President of Content and Marketing, theScore Bet.
theScore Bet Skyline Seats Details:
The experience opens on Thursday, June 9 at 9:00 a.m.
Patrons will have the opportunity to secure Skyline Seats spots by visiting theScore Bet’s on-course activations, including the BET MODE Putting Challenges and theScore Bet Members Lounge.
The seating structure hosts 22 people, who will be harnessed into their seats.
The experience in the sky is 30 minutes with additional time allotted for embarking and disembarking. Food and beverage is included in the experience.
Also new to the RBC Canadian Open Championship this year is theScore Bet Members Lounge, a premium hospitality space with complimentary food and beverage that overlooks the 18th fairway. The Lounge will be open exclusively to active theScore Bet account holders.
Additionally, BET MODE Putting Challenge stations will be set up throughout the course, offering fans the opportunity to test their skills for a chance to win premium prizes, including the Skyline Seats experience.
The 2022 RBC Canadian Open is the first event to take place during theScore Bet’s multi-year partnership with Golf Canada.
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