PBA League Bowler Certification Program Launches Statistics for Bowlero Corp Fall Leagues
The first phase of the PBA League Bowler Certification Program is now live.
Richmond, VA – The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is pleased to announce the launch of the PBA League Bowler Certification program’s first phase: statistics. Starting this month for Bowlero Corp’s fall leagues, the PBA has launched the first pillar of statistics as a beta program with the remaining pillars of the program launching throughout the coming months.
As part of this first phase, active Bowlero Corp fall league bowlers can access scores and statistics from their mobile device at any time. These bowlers will gain access to these statistics and the LeaguePals app when they floor their fall league.
Through the LeaguePals app, active Bowlero Corp league bowlers will have access to robust data including weekly game scores, real time averages, league recaps and weekly matchups. Bowlers can view their individual league and score history as well.
League standings will allow users to view team standings, weekly and season leaderboards, and top bowler scores by league.
To find out where your nearest Bowlero Corp center is located and learn more about the PBA League Bowler Certification program, visit here.
Future phases, including awards, rules and tournaments are coming soon.
Stay informed about the PBA League Bowler Certification by visiting pba.com or following @PBAtour for more updates.
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