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Last week, FanDuel unveiled a standalone casino app that will be catering to the very lucrative Pennsylvanian online gambling market. FanDuel Casino App which is available for both iOS and Android users in the state. However, this is not the first that avid gamblers in the state will be hearing of the offering. The online casino was initially rolled out as an exclusive offering within the FanDuel Sportsbook – this was a collaboration between FanDuel, Valley Forge Casino, and Boyd Gaming.

Considering the massive demand for online casino games especially over the past few months, it was only natural that the casino offering would become so popular. It now becomes the first FanDuel-branded standalone iGaming offering in the state.

“We’ve seen great engagement and interest with our FanDuel Casino product amongst our sportsbook customers to date and we view this product evolution as a natural next step to provide a full-service gaming experience to our Pennsylvania customers.”

Jesse Chemtob, GM Casino, FanDuel Group.

What’s in Store for Players?

As expected, the operators behind the new app intended to make it as easy to use as possible. That said, for anyone who is living or visiting the Keystone State, getting in on some online gaming action via the FanDuel Casino is a breeze. New players can sign up for an account using the app while existing FanDuel Sportsbook users will be able to use the sportsbook account to log in and play.

At launch, the library of games on the casino app was pretty impressive but the FanDuel Group has even more exciting plans most of which will be rolled out very soon.  The expanded game library will include a plethora of popular titles including those from popular genres like video poker, roulette, slots, and blackjack.

In addition to letting players access to a secure, legal, and fully regulated gaming environment, the FanDuel Casino app will be offering even more exciting features to compete against other operators in the state. One of the most notable things is the fact that it is planning to make it much easier and safer for players to cash out winnings.

The operator has also promised that its customers can expect to have access to the same level of top-notch customer support that they have always loved about FanDuel. There is, of course, a lot of competition in the state especially from DraftKings but with all that FanDuel is promising it will not be too hard to navigate the market. In the end, the players are the real winners as they will now have access to a wider range of offerings as well as more competitive products.

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