FanDuel to introduce online casino and sportsbook in New Jersey by the start of the NFL season.
DraftKings partners with del Lago Casino in New York to offer sports betting product once regulations are drafted.
DraftKings adds tennis to its selection of daily fantasy sports offerings with 6-person rosters and a $50,000 salary cap.
DraftKings and FanDuel offering contests to the world’s biggest sporting event, the World Cup.
FanDuel introduces a new pick’em game called World Soccer, running in conjunction with the World Cup and awarding over $135k in prizes.
DraftKings has signed a deal with Resorts Casino to offer sports betting in the state of New Jersey when sports betting goes live this month.
FanDuel has been purchased by Dublin-based Paddy Power Poker for nearly $800 million as the company positions itself for expansion in the United States.
DraftKings and FanDuel react to SCOTUS ruling by saying that they will begin working with states to operate after state legislation is passed.
As of April 28th, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is regulating six DFS sites for players that play within Pennsylvania borders.
Leading daily fantasy sports site DraftKings announces plans to expand Australia by the end of June.
An exclusive deal with the Arena Football League will have DraftKings streaming games and offering contests in 2019.
With the 2018 MLB season upon us, it’s time to look at daily fantasy baseball changes from last season at DraftKings and FanDuel.