Prominent online sportsbook operator FanDuel Group has reported that a partnership with casino operator Boyd Gaming Corporation has made its mobile-friendly online sports betting app live for amateurs in the American state of Iowa.
The New York-based company used an official press release on Thursday to explain that punters in ‘The Hawkeye State’ can now use their iOS and Android-enabled FanDuel Sportsbook app to wager remotely on a variety of markets that cover sports as diverse as basketball, golf, tennis and soccer as long as they first registered in person at Diamond Jo Casino branded outlets in any of the cities of Northwood or Dubuque.
The FanDuel Group clarified that the premiere means that its online and mobile sports betting product is now eligible to enjoy in seven American states with Iowa entering a list that includes New Jersey, Indiana and Pennsylvania as well as Illinois, Colorado and West Virginia already. The operator also said the advance is ‘quick, safe and convenient’ and comes complete with a range of special features including rapid 24-hour payouts and the ability to live-stream multiple events as well as a no-deposit site credit worth up to $100 for all new customers.
Iowa legalised online and mobile sports betting in May last year, while FanDuel Group reported that its free app now provides punters over the age of 21 with the opportunity to create parlay wagers using the same game betting markets and to settle a bet for a certain amount before the end of a case. The innovator further claimed that its FanDuel Sportsbook operating system uses ‘its own in-house account and wallet technology’ and enables consumers to use their regular fantasy sports and sportsbook winnings interchangeably.