Empire State’s mobile sports betting market just launched last month, but it enjoys a huge start and attention from local gamblers. During the first month of operation, the total capacity of online betting reached an astonishing $2 billion, thereby breaking numerous domestic iGaming records.
To prepare for a sports event over the weekend and continue the momentum of Super Bowl betting activities, FanDuel introduced this new risk-free promotion. Newly registered users on the company’s platform will have risk-free betting credits of up to $1,000, and a lot of action is underway despite the NFL season ending with Madness just around the corner in March.
This promotion is very simple. New users can participate in all available markets and will be automatically refunded to the site credit if their bets fail. So you get one more chance to win big.k.a. big win. And if their bets are right, they are rewarded according to the initial game probability.
To be able to use the promotion, players must register their accounts on the company’s app or website. Then, they would have to pay a deposit of at least US$10 to qualify for a risk-free bet. It is recommended that they make an initial deposit with the amount they plan to bet on the first risk-free bet.
Sportsbook says no promotion code or special bonus code is needed. And now, they are ready to bet on sports. Since the NHL season is in full swing, there are many different sports bets. Also, there is basketball with teams trying to build a case for the NCAA tournament.
a shift in control
According to a recent report by the New York State Game Commission, Panduel has begun catching up with its rival Caesars Sportsbook in the state’s mobile sports betting space. For the week of the Super Bowl, which ended February 13, 2022, Panduel had a mobile sports betting handle of $175.437,706, according to the committee. Rivals managed $107,211,596 in online bets.
Explore Ontario Options
In addition to its recent launch at Empire State, Panduel is also turning to expansion into Great White North, as Ontario is also set to open an iGaming segment for private operators this spring. Connor Murray, the company’s chief growth officer, said game operators should take a different approach to Canadian audiences.