DraftKings Casino launches “Holidays On The House” promotion

November 27, 2023

Now through January 2, players can receive casino credits.

DraftKings Casino has launched its “Holidays On The House” promotion, which is live now and will be active through January 2. 

The online casino is currently available in five states, representing approximately 11% of the US population, with customers being able to access DraftKings Casino on its website and app. 

This latest promotion will give customers the chance to win a share of $5m in casino credits over the five-week period through January 2.  

DraftKings Casino customers have a variety of ways in which to win the credits, including Super 7s leaderboards and blackjack games, among other methods. 

On top of the holiday promotion, new customers who sign up for the DraftKings Casino app and play $5 will receive $100 instantly in casino credits, which can then be used across more than 500 games; such as holiday-themed slots and card games like Icy Wilds, Aloha! Christmas, DraftKings Christmas BlackJack and many more. 

At the start of November, DraftKings reported its third quarter results for 2023, posting a 57% year-over-year increase in its revenue to $790m; though the company was still without profitability, underlined by its operating loss totaling $286.6m during the period. 

Less than two weeks ago, a teenager from Wisconsin pleaded guilty to hacking into the DraftKings site last year, which allowed him to have access to approximately 60,000 DraftKings accounts; 1,500 of these accounts then had funds stolen from them. 


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