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Boyd Gaming and FanDuel launch four sportsbooks across Indiana a

10/09/2019 | SBC Americas

Boyd Gaming and FanDuel Group have launched four new sportsbooks across properties in Indiana and Iowa following the successful debut of the sportsbook at Boyd Gaming’s Valley Forge Casino Resort, Pennsylvania, in March of this year.

Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Spa in Michigan City, Indiana; Diamond Jo Casino in Dubuque, Iowa; Diamond Jo Casino in Northwood, Iowa; and Belterra Casino Resort in Florence, Indiana will all benefit from the FanDuel sportsbook.

“Together, Boyd Gaming and FanDuel Group continue to successfully capitalize on the historic opportunity afforded by the legalization and expansion of sports betting in new states across the country,” said Keith Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boyd Gaming.

“The FanDuel Sportsbook is off to a great start in Pennsylvania, contributing to solid growth in visitation and profitability at our Valley Forge Casino Resort near Philadelphia. We are confident our partners at FanDuel will deliver excellent results in Iowa and Indiana as well, further expanding Boyd Gaming’s customer base and enhancing our long-term competitive appeal.”

Pending regulatory approvals, the duo have also outlined plans to launch mobile sports betting products across Iowa and Indiana using the FanDuel brand.

“Working with Boyd Gaming to open four Sportsbooks across Iowa and Indiana in such a short timeframe is an incredible achievement and something our retail team is proud of,” said Matt King, Chief Executive Officer of FanDuel Group. “Boyd Gaming continues to be a key partner as we further expand our offerings nationwide by bringing FanDuel’s first-class sports betting experience to the Midwest.”

To celebrate the launch of the new sportsbooks, bets were placed by four retired football stars: Chicago Hall of Fame linebacker Brian Urlacher (Blue Chip); Green Bay star wide receiver Antonio Freeman (Diamond Jo Dubuque); Minnesota Hall of Fame defensive end John Randle (Diamond Jo Worth); and Cincinnati’s quarterback Ken Anderson (Belterra Resort).

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