- The FanDuel online sportsbook is now taking bets in Indiana.
- FanDuel and GAN have partnerships in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
- GAN is a developer and supplier of B2B online gambling software and services.
INDIANAPOLIS – FanDuel and their partner GAN launched their online sportsbook in Indiana earlier this week.
After gaining approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission, the FanDuel online sportsbook is available for the state as of Tuesday. Due to the laws surrounding Indiana sports betting, the FanDuel sports betting app is available statewide. Sports bettors in Indiana can register for the app no matter where they are in the state. However, the Indiana FanDuel Sportsbook app will not work outside of state lines.
GAN has already been partnered with FanDuel in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. With FanDuel now operating in Indiana, GAN has also joined them in the Hoosier State. GAN currently has a temporary supplier license to be a legal sports betting operator in Indiana.
“Our effective and compliant platform represents a premium component of the supply chain, and our team has a track record of on-time delivery for our long-standing client FanDuel, which has proven to be an exceptionally successful partnership to date in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Rapid deployment into the state of Indiana is a logical extension of our relationship to best support FanDuel in capturing early market share of Internet sports betting in Indiana,” said Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN.
Indiana sports betting has been active for almost three months now. The first retail sportsbooks launched in early September. Mobile and online sportsbooks went live in Indiana in early October.
With the launch of mobile sports betting, DraftKings and Rush Street Interactive were the only mobile sportsbooks in Indiana. Now FanDuel, partnered with GAN, will take on this new online sports betting market.
FanDuel will continue to expand the range of their online and mobile sportsbook. In Iowa, FanDuel is currently partnered with the Diamond Jo Casino as its retail partner. The likely next step for FanDuel in Iowa is to expand into the mobile and online sports betting market.
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