The NBA and FanDuel Sportsbook have announced they will be expanding their existing relationship originally formed for fantasy sports to include sports betting. The expanded agreement will make FanDuel an “authorized gaming partner of the NBA” to give FanDuel marketing rights and access to official league data.
FanDuel announced two new sports partnerships on Monday, including one with the NHL as a whole and another with the New Jersey Devils specifically. Advertising features heavily in both partnerships as FanDuel races to pick up market share in the legal sports betting and fantasy sports markets in the United States.
(Disclosure: BettingUSA.com maintains an affiliate relationship with FanDuel that includes compensation in return for referring customers to FanDuel. This relationship does not impact our reporting on this story or any other topic related to FanDuel.) It’s either us or them. That’s the gist of an e-mail sent to members of the FanDuel Partners affiliate program….
FanDuel has introduced several new features aimed at casual and serious players alike ahead of the busy season for daily fantasy sports. As the 2018 NFL season approaches, FanDuel customers returning from last year will notice a few changes since last year.
The Associated Press is reporting today that the FanDuel Group has announced plans to open an online casino and an online sportsbook for New Jersey residents in time for the start of the NFL season.
NBC’s ProFootballTalk reported yesterday that FanDuel is set to follow DraftKings’ lead and join the legal sports betting market in the USA. According to the report, FanDuel has reached an agreement with West Virginia’s Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs to provide retail, online and mobile wagering to customers in WV.
As the world’s most important soccer tournament approaches, FanDuel is scratching out a place for itself as the place to play daily fantasy soccer. The World Cup opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia is less than a week away and FanDuel is celebrating its first World Cup with a brand new promotion offering two ways…
FanDuel Labs has been unleashed upon the world and things are about to become a whole lot more interesting at the second-largest daily fantasy site. The purpose of FanDuel Labs is to develop, introduce and experiment with creative new contest types just to see what they can come up with and which games FanDuel customers…
2 sites control 95% of the industry When it comes to Daily Fantasy Sports websites there’s DraftKings and FanDuel, and… um… some other sites… at least that’s what people tell me. It’s not a monopoly, but considering the simplicity of DFS (which is probably one of the reasons for its meteoric rise in popularity) it…
In 2011 the entire Daily Fantasy Sports industry generated $1.28 million in revenue. four short years later and we have not one but two DFS companies aiming for Unicorn status – a valuation of $1 billion. Make no mistake about it: DFS is hot in the streets.
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