Posts tagged ‘FanDuel’

FanDuel Pays Out USA Women’s Bets Early

July 2, 2019

If you bet on the USA to win it all before Friday’s matchup against France, you are richer for your actions. Of course, this is only if you bet it at online sportsbook FanDuel. The app and service is not available to most of the United States. But $400,000 in bets was paid out in […]

FanDuel Sportsbook Pays Both Alabama and Clemson Bets

January 10, 2019

In December FanDuel sportsbook announced they would be paying out Alabama Futures bettors well before the actual game. In their statements they said that they are so sure Alabama is going to win it all that they will pay out now. They also stated that they would, of course, pay the winners tickets of the […]

William Hill US Sues Fan Duel Sportsbook

October 24, 2018

When the supreme court allowed states to legalize and regulate sports betting earlier this year, many companies scrambled to get into the action. The two largest daily fantasy sports providers in the US, FanDuel and DraftKings, both started hiring experts and merging with companies already in the sector to bring forth a gambling product that […]

FanDuel Betting Controversy and New Jersey Law

September 21, 2018

If you are into sports or sports gambling and live in the states, you probably have heard the controversy surrounding FanDuel Sportsbook in New Jersey and the “glitch bet”. If you haven’t heard about it, here is a quick summation: Live betting at FanDuel’s Atlantic City New Jersey location Denver trails by two points on […]

FanDuel’s NJ Sportsbooks Takes 3.5 Million in Bets

July 23, 2018

Meadowlands, NJ – As sports betting becomes available in areas for the first time, people in the sports betting industry pay attention and pore over the numbers as they are released. The new FanDuel sportsbook in Meadowlands, New Jersey is no different. The fantasy sports company FanDuel entered into a contract with the state of […]

UK Bookies Eye US Market – Paddy Power to Acquire FanDuel?

May 16, 2018

Everyone has heard by now that the Supreme Court of the USA struck down the 1992 PAPSA legislation which forbid sports betting in most of the USA. But now many are asking what’s next. As we have reported over the last year, almost half of the states within the United States are making moves toward […]

Fantasy Sports and Sports Betting Would be Perfect Fit

May 8, 2018

Sports fans and entertainment companies alike are collectively awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision on the matter of sports betting. Any day now they are expected to strike down an antiquated law that prohibits sports betting and instead allow states to decide the matter for themselves. Afterall, the country is called the United STATES of America. […]

DraftKings and FanDuel Call Off Merger Plan

July 14, 2017

DraftKings and rival FanDuel the two leading operators of daily fantasy sports have called off their planned merger, said the two on Thursday. It brings an abrupt end to this deal that the majority has looked at as the best way moving forward for the two companies, but one that also drew much scrutiny and […]

DraftKings Finds More Investors in Partnership with Revolution Growth

September 2, 2016

DraftKings the operator of Daily Fantasy Sports announced on Thursday that it ended a round of funding by raising $153 million with venture capital company Revolution Growth that Ted Leonsis co-founded. Leonsis is the owner of the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards. The funding includes some new investors said Jason Robins the CEO at DraftKings. […]