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Wyoming hosts Fanatics live

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Fanatics Sportsbook became Wednesday, 29 May the fifth operator in launch the smallest US State. Now, Fanatics Sportsbook is available in 21 different states.

Fanatics purchased PointsBet’s US assets in July last year. In January 2023, Fanatics was not present in any US states. Fanatics gained access to twenty US markets as a result of the deal.

In May, the company launched its sports betting and gambling online platforms in New Jersey. This launch marks the end of the PointsBet agreement.

In August 2023, Fanatics launched its beta version in four states. The company then expanded across the US to include Arizona, Illinois New York and North Carolina.

BetMGM is live, as are DraftKings and FanDuel. Wyoming lawmakers legalised digital betting on sports in April 2021. The Wyoming Gaming Commission then launched two operators in September 2021 ahead of NFL season.

Cross-markets Fanatics Sportsbook

A Fanatics release states that the app can be downloaded on iOS or Android devices. It uses the sportsbook as a way to expand its market reach with trading cards and merchandise.

The site offers the chance for consumers to “earn FanCash”, which can be used on Fanatics’ commercial website. Every time a bet is placed, whether it wins or loses, the betting user earns 5% in FanCash.

Wyoming’s law only allows digital sports wagering. Wyoming became the second US state, after Tennessee, to establish a market that was exclusively digital. Wyoming’s law allows daily fantasy sports but does not allow online gambling. In February, a bill was presented to increase the market but it did not pass.

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