Flutter’s FanDuel launches in Illinois and Indiana through Scientific Games

April 29, 2021
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The deal will see FanDuel launch Scientific Games’ OpenSports technology in Illinois and Indiana.

FanDuel and Scientific Games have strengthened their partnership in the US.

Thanks to the latest agreement, FanDuel is now live with Scientific Games’ OpenSports technology in four different states. The company is planning six more launches over the following months.

The OpenSports technology is also a key part of Flutter’s global sports offering, it has been integrated with brands like Betfair, Sky Bet, Paddy Power in Europe, while even launching with Sportsbet in Australia.

Group CEO, SG Digital, Jordan Levin, said: “World-class operators like FanDuel need sports technology partners like Scientific Games.

“We have a long and successful partnership with Flutter and it’s exciting to see our leading sports betting technology go live in more states with their iconic FanDuel brand.

"Providing them with renowned platform stability and scalability gives them a rock-solid foundation to maximise player engagement and market share.”

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