Scientific Games and the FanDuel Group are currently active and operating in ten states throughout the United States. In Iowa, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, FanDuel’s sportsbook was recently improved. Back in April, the FanDuel Group added Illinois and Indiana to its list of states where its OpenSports-powered sportsbook became accessible. OpenSports is poised to enable FanDuel’s entrance into more newly regulated American markets in the months ahead.
Tennessee previously held the record for being the quickest state to reach the $1 billion level in GGR, just six months after market liberalization in November 2020. According to market analysts, Michigan met the same milestone after only four months of legalized sports betting in the Mitten State last month.
Open Sports is an Entertainment company around the Globe, along with Sky Bet, Betfair, and rice Power in Europe, and Sports bet in Australia Moreover, to powering FanDuel’s product.
For the world’s largest operators, platform stability and scalability are vital, and Open Sports remains the only solution on the market that can entirely do this. In six states, FanDuel is now using OpenSports technology. The industry-leading sports betting platform is already available to Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, and West Virginia, with more states to follow later this year. OpenSports has a long history of consistently performing at the most outstanding levels during the world’s most important sporting events, with a 100% uptick.
“We’re excited to start rolling out upcoming-generation sportsbook technology across the US, starting with West Virginia,” said Matt King, FanDuel Group’s CEO. “Our worldwide betting platform will provide clients with an unequaled experience and solidify FanDuel’s position as America’s top sportsbook,” says the company.
The FanDuel Group has just launched its new global sportsbook solution, which was developed in conjunction with Games Science and employed the Company’s platform’s Open betting engine.