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FanDuel will begin trading shortly on US stock exchanges, and its IPO is expected to result in a valuation of $35 billion or more.
Michigan took its time getting its online gambling market off the ground, but it was worth the wait, as revenue is already pouring in.
Flutter has responded to media speculation about a possible FanDuel IPO by confirming that it is looking at the possibility.
After more than a year of waiting, Michigan gamblers will get their chance to play online starting this Friday, as nine operators prepare to launch.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board meets Tuesday to take care of last-minute red tape and provide answers to burning questions about the upcoming launch.
Michigan's online gambling launch has been delayed yet again, until mid-January, but most operators have now received their provisional licenses.
FanDuel joins BetMGM, DraftKings and PointsBet in partnering with live dealer provider Evolution in Pennsylvania, as well as other US markets.
Tennessee residents are now free to indulge in online sports betting, but don't count on additional forms of online gambling any time soon.
Online casino revenue for New Jersey increased slightly, but the shorter month and falling poker traffic prevented September from setting a new record.
GAN shares fell by 12% in after-hours trading as it revealed FanDuel will stop paying any sports betting platform revenues at the end of August.
Seeking to fill the sports void, DraftKings and FanDuel have rolled out a number of innovative partnerships and products in recent weeks.
FanDuel is expanding its portfolio under parent company Flutter, entering the horse betting space alongside its sister brand TVG.
As they prepare to unite their operations next year, Flutter and Stars Group's Q3 financials tell a story of two different companies with a common...
Are you ready for a FanDuel online casino in New Jersey? That could be a real thing in the relatively near future.