DraftKings Standalone Casino App Makes Pennsylvania Debut

DraftKings has followed up on a prior promise to roll-out its standalone mobile casino app through a number of US states, launching in Pennsylvania, following in the footsteps of the New Jersey launch last month.

Similar to the Garden State, DraftKings Casino was previously accessible to punters in the Keystone state by embedding in the earlier year’s DraftKings Sportsbook device.

In an effort to create a more integrated product portfolio and interactive gaming experience, the company has leveraged its in-house technology to develop the DraftKings Casino app. The software features new games found only on DraftKings, as well as updated classics, including blackjack and roulette.

The new app will also sell games from third-party vendors such as International Game Technology, Slingo, Scientific Games and more besides common slot and table games found only on DraftKings Casino.

In addition , consumers in Pennsylvania will soon have access to the new DraftKings live dealer studio that will run 24/7, with the company based in Boston , Massachusetts once again saying it is planning to launch its casino product in additional states where the regulations allow.

Jason March, vice president of gaming at DraftKings, previously discussed a national agenda while dealing with moves in New Jersey: “We are thrilled to break new ground for DraftKings in the gaming space today with the launch of our DraftKings Casino app, the company’s first perennial product that operates year-round irrespective of the annual sports schedules.

“Following our debut in the Garden State, we look forward to continued innovation, nationwide expansion where regulations allow, and to further positioning DraftKings as an all-inclusive gaming and entertainment experience.”