Professional Fighters League (PFL) has officially partnered with Concerto — a fintech startup — to launch its very own Mastercard, according to Sport Business (later confirmed by PFL Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications, Loren Mack).
“PFL has launched the official PFL Mastercard credit card,” Mack said via LinkedIn post. “With the PFL Mastercard, cardholders can earn points on all their purchases via the PFL Knockout Rewards Mastercard loyalty program. These points can be redeemed for exclusive rewards like tickets, merchandise, memorabilia, and many others.
“The card’s launch comes just days before the PFL hosts MMA’s richest night, the 2022 PFL World Championships, which airs live exclusively on ESPN+ PPV (pay-per-view),” he concluded.
PFL’s 2022 championship event takes place next weekend (Fri., Nov. 25, 2022) in New York City inside Hulu Theater with a full lineup of $6 million title fights, as well as various other notable bouts. The event will be the promotion’s first with a pay-per-view (PPV) main card and fans can watch for $49.99 after the “Prelims” conclude on ESPN+.
Competing in the event’s headliner will once again be promotional superstar and two-time Lightweight champion, Kayla Harrison. Standing in her way will be none other than power-punching old foe, Larissa Pacheco, who seeks her first victory over the Olympic gold medalist in what will be their trilogy bout. The title tilt will also be Harrison’s last as part of the seasonal format, departing for exclusive PPV bouts in 2023.