FanDuel is a fantasy sport, horse racing, and sports betting platform founded in 2009. The gaming company is headquartered in New York and is one of the largest in the business. The concept of a gaming company was brainstormed by five people in a backyard and it is now making content and creating a new chapter in the world of fantasy sports.
The gaming company boasts of more than six million registered users and also has a niche audience that actively engages in live games. The viewers of FanDuel are more inclined towards live games, as 60% users watch it while the rest prefer sports content.
This brand has also won several notable awards, namely, The Europas Best Gaming StartUp (2013), FTSA Best Daily Fantasy Product (2014) etc. These are the states in the US where players can use this multi billion dollar gaming company to place their bets.
New Jersey, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Colorado, lowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia
Players can learn to engage in horse racing on FanDuel. The gaming company helps players understand the pools, odds in horse racing and bet types involved. They also live stream horse racing matches which works as a tutorial for newbies. Players from California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky among other states can engage in horse racing.
In 2016, it was believed that the brand would merge with its primary competitor DraftKings but that deal eventually fell out. According to the current statistics, FanDuel is estimated to have secured more than $361 million in capital investments. This award winning company has only set the bar higher for other operators.
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