We finally have a better idea of how a DraftKings sportsbook is going to happen in the US. Kristian Nylén, Kambi Chief Executive Officer, said: “I am delighted Kambi has been selected to partner DraftKings as it enters the sports betting market. “The Kambi technology is unique in that it empowers operators to innovate and create differentiated sports betting experiences, providing the flexibility which will be crucial in the developing U.S. market.” The deal will also apply in other states...
Facebook actually was in the online casino space in 2012 with a third-party developer called Gamesys (that) launched Bingo Friendzy using cash for the first time instead of the popular virtual-goods purchases in other gaming apps like Farmville,” Sandler said. “This trial didn’t really get very far, but structurally everything is in place for users and developers to leverage Facebook as a gaming and sharing channel when online betting goes live. Could Facebook, Esports, Media Boom From Legalized Sports Betting?...
State officials from California to Connecticut spent last week maneuvering for control of the tens of billions of dollars in projected revenue from sports betting, and joining them was another group of powerful, and familiar, gambling operators aiming to claim their piece of the action: American Indian tribes. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/21/sports/sports-betting-indian-casinos.html
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