FanDuel’s Online Casino App 4th To Launch In West Virginia

FanDuel’s online casino app is the fourth to launch in West Virginia, joining DraftKings, BetMGM, and BetRivers in the market.

FanDuel Casino launched in West Virginia on Wednesday, in collaboration with The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. According to a press release, the app is now available for casino players in or visiting the state on iOS, Android, and the internet.

Slots, blackjack, roulette, and other games are available in the standalone online casino app. New casino players in West Virginia will have the option of creating a new account or logging in with their FanDuel fantasy/sportsbook credentials.

Robust online gaming experience

Niall Connell, general manager of sportsbook and casino at FanDuel, in the release said: “We’re excited to bring FanDuel Casino to West Virginia as our fourth online casino state. Given our existing footprint with FanDuel Sportsbook, expanding our online casino offering to the Mountain State allows our customers to have a more robust online gaming experience.”

FanDuel’s casino app is now available in New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

FanDuel also revealed that new casino players in West Virginia will play risk-free for up to $200 on their first day. After players make their first real money casino wager, FanDuel Casino will refund any net losses up to $200 as casino site credit within the first 24 hours of play.

WV’s online casino industry is expanding

DraftKings, in collaboration with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town, launched West Virginia’s online casino market last July. In August, BetMGM went live as part of a collaboration with The Greenbrier.

The online casino business in West Virginia has doubled in less than a month.

RSI’s flagship BetRivers brand launched in West Virginia on April 12th. Century Casinos’ Mountaineer Park has a collaboration with BetRivers, which was revealed in December.

In March, the state announced a $152.5 million iGaming handle, up 30.4 percent from February’s $117 million. In March, iGaming produced $5 million in revenue, up 44.9 percent from February’s $3.5 million.