Think you know who’s going to win the World Series? T-Mobile will take that bet and is inviting fans to enter a sweepstakes to prove it by texting their score predictions during each game.
The What’s Next sweepstakes starts October 27 before Game 1 of the World Series. Fans can text “PREDICT” to 595959 to venture a guess on the final score and winning team. Predictions must be submitted before the end of the second inning. Each correct guess is an entry into the sweepstakes. T-Mobile will give 500 winners two tickets to a 2024 regular season game. One lucky winner will also get a trip to a 2024 World Series game.
The contest runs from Friday, October 27, at 12:01 a.m. PT to the first pitch of the third inning is thrown. It’s open to all U.S. residents 18 years or older.
In addition to the sweepstakes, T-Mobile is bringing a slew of cameras and drones to capture the Diamondback and Texas Rangers face-off at the World Series at every angle.
“The Un-carrier is constantly looking to up the game by giving fans and customers even more of what they love,” said Mike Katz, president of marketing, strategy, and products at T-Mobile. “Whether it’s giving people more ways to engage with baseball during the biggest showdown of the season or giving customers more value with our plans, we’re all about providing people with the best possible experience – one they can’t get anywhere else.”
T-Mobile’s 5G BP returns for Game 3 of the Fall Classic, hosted by the Cardinals’ Albert Pujols, sports commentator Lauren Gardner, and reporter Willy Adames. Aided by two super slow-motion cameras positioned inside the batting cage, the trio will capture live video of each pitch at 500 frames per second. The show streams on October 30 at 6:00 p.m. ET on MLB’s YouTube, Facebook, and X pages.
The FOX Sports Drone Cam presented by T-Mobile will roam above the field to give fans a bird’s eye view and air on FOX Sports during each game, following players as they run bases. The FOX Sports Ump Cam is making its World Series debut, giving fans a view from the umpire’s perspective for every pitch, swing, and hit.