Fanatics Sportbook didn’t finish Wednesday’s hearing with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), but it did address some of the questions regarding the upcoming online sportsbook.
Fanatics convinced the MGC that the technical overview could be done during an executive session. This means that the design and layout of the app will remain unknown. Fanatics was able to mention some things that were previously unreported, such as the platform provider, in the public portion of the presentation.
The presentation was led by Matt King , Fanatics Betting and Gaming CEO. He spoke of Fanatics’ plans for Massachusetts, Ohio, and Maryland. He did however mention that Fanatics will have to modify the Amelco product.
Fanatics mentioned additional partners during the presentation including GeoComply and Optmove. Paysafe was also mentioned. Representatives for Fanatics also mentioned data deals with Sportradar and Genius Sports. IMG Arena was another example. Stats Perform was the third.
Amelco, an international casino and sports betting company, has a variety of US customers, such as BetSaracen and Action 24/7.
Fanatics will use the second online gambling license granted to Plainridge Park if it is approved by the MGC. On Thursday, the commission will continue its review of Fanatics. It will hold a closed-door session to demonstrate the products and then move into a vote in the public room on whether the license will be granted.