FanDuel debuts Gronk Spike Cornhole Faceoff game with Rob Gronkowski

August 2, 2023
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The new title offers both free and real-money play options.

Operator FanDuel and Rob Gronkowski have released a new Faceoff game called Gronk Spike Cornhole. Players have the option of playing Gronk Spike Cornhole for free or for real money.

The game allows players to face off against each other for cash winnings. FanDuel described the new title in greater detail in an official statement by saying, “Gronk Spike Cornhole gives users the opportunity to test their skills as they compete against Gronk throwing bags to the board by simply dragging their finger across the screen.

“They can also maximize their points with combos or by pushing Gronk’s bags off the board. FanDuel Faceoff is bringing the cornhole competition to your fingertips.”

Gronkowski said he is thrilled to bring another Faceoff title to FanDuel fans.

He commented, “I am so excited that Gronk Spike Cornhole will be available to FanDuel Faceoff players. I grew up playing cornhole against family and friends, and I was always the ultimate champion. Good luck to all those playing…for bragging rights or cash!”

In other recent FanDuel news, the company recently partnered with Canadian iGaming technology provider Bragg Gaming Group to launch Bragg’s new remote games server (RMS) technology and new proprietary content in Michigan and Connecticut.

FanDuel players in Connecticut and Michigan can now access titles from several Bragg brands, including Bragg Studios, Atomic Slot Lob, Indigo Magic and Spin Games. Selected titles exclusive to Powered by Bragg are also available for Michigan and Connecticut players.

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