FanDuel partners with YouTube for NFL Sunday Ticket offer

August 22, 2023
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NFL Sunday Ticket will show this football season's live, out-of-market Sunday games and FanDuel customers have a chance to receive $100 off its purchase.

FanDuel has partnered with YouTube to provide its sportsbook players a limited-time promotional offer on broadcast sports package, NFL Sunday Ticket. FanDuel is also the official sports betting partner of the National Football League (NFL).

NFL Sunday Ticket, available for purchase on both YouTube and YouTube TV, gives football fans access to live, out-of-market Sunday games throughout the season.

New FanDuel customers who bet $5 will receive $200 in bonus bets and $100 off the purchase of NFL Sunday Ticket between August 21 and September 18. Current FanDuel players who place a $5 bet during this time will also receive the $100 off NFL Sunday Ticket offer.

Mike Raffensperger, CCO of FanDuel, said, "Partnering to help deliver NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube and YouTube TV to our customers places FanDuel squarely at the intersection of one of the most valued sports and media offerings in the world.

“This partnership makes it easier for fans to access every out-of-market Sunday afternoon NFL game and elevates the sports betting and entertainment experience for millions of fans across the United States."

FanDuel also plans to launch another new campaign during football season, which will introduce new products including Parlay Hub and FanDuel Explore. The Explore product will give fans the opportunity to use a simplified betting wizard, which asks direct questions such as: “Who will win this game?” and “How many points will be scored?”

The new product will also include tutorials and parlay builders as well as examples of popular bets, as part of the Explore tab on the FanDuel app.

Fans will find educational tutorials, popular bets, parlay builders and more on the new Explore tab within the FanDuel app. FanDuel Explore will create a new opportunity for fans who are new to betting to wager during the NFL season.

Gaming America also spoke to FanDuel about integrating its sportsbook with the PGA Tour and its IMG Arena’s Golf Event Centre.

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