In conjunction with Evolution, the FanDuel Group has launched its very first FanDuel-branded live dealer studios in the state of Pennsylvania. This move is part of the company’s plan to extend its portfolio of online casino games across the United States. The well-known online gaming and fantasy sports operator has also extended its services to the expanding gaming sector in Michigan.
The development means that all FanDuel’s live dealer games, including blackjack and roulette, will now stream to consumers in Pennsylvania straight from FanDuel’s live dealer studios. With the addition of an intriguing branded live dealer feature, typically traditional casino experiences will now be accessible online. Users of the FanDuel Casino can now enjoy an engaging casino experience right from their devices.
Promos and Engaging Features
FanDuel has a dedicated live dealer studio, which allows them to provide exclusive promotions to its gamers. Its offerings will appeal to players of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals, thanks to the addition of live updates with dynamic data.
There are even more features to explore. The user interface, for instance, allows players to see the types of bets they may make and the potential payouts. With the platform, novice players may develop a feel for the game while more experienced players can enjoy a less chaotic and calm gaming atmosphere.
“This is a sector ripe for disruption. So, it’s only fitting that our agency partner specializes in blowing stuff up. Mischief is the leader of disruption and strategically powerful ideas which have proven to move business time and time again. We can’t wait to make an impact together.”FanDuel’s VP of Casino Brand Strategy Daniele Phillips
FanDuel may consider investing in further growth if the product is well-received. Because of the quality of its products, success is nearly certain.
Huge Projections for Pennsylvania’s Gaming Market
In recent months, there has been a general rise in the number of gambling opportunities. That has helped the gaming sector in Pennsylvania recover from a widespread pandemic-induced decline.
Besides the recovery, there has been major growth in the Keystone State’s online gambling sector. According to a recent analysis from the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy, the total revenues for the sector reached $3.2 billion in 2018, and it is expected that they would exceed $5 billion in 2022 if things remain on the same path.
Revenues and taxes are subject to change in response to changes in the economy. Solid investment in the business, on the other hand, suggests that investors are confident in its ability to weather economic downturns.