New York mobile betting licence bidders revealed
Under New York’s mobile betting rules, the state must select two platform providers, which together must offer at least four skins. Players, however, may only have one account per platform provider.
Among the applicants are FanDuel, which plans to offer products from rival operators BallyBet, BetMGM and DraftKings, while fellow Flutter-owned brand Fox Bet has also submitted a bid of its own with no other partners.
Kambi has submitted two applications; one in which it would partner with Fanatics Sportsbook and Penn National Gaming, and another in partnership with Caesars, Resorts World, PointsBet, Rush Street Interactive and WynnBet.
TheScore, which recently agreed on an acquisition by Penn National Gaming, and UK-based online betting giant Bet365 have also submitted bids, offering only their own products.