FanDuel Online Casino is 4th to Join West Virginia Market

FanDuel Online Casino is 4th to Join West Virginia Market
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FanDuel’s online casino app became the fourth to launch in West Virginia, joining a market that includes DraftKings, BetMGM and BetRivers.

In partnership with The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, FanDuel Casino went live on Wednesday in West Virginia. The app is now available on iOS, Android and web for casino players in or visiting the state, according to a news release.


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The standalone online casino app features slots, blackjack, roulette and other games. New casino players in West Virginia will be able to sign up for a new account or login using their existing FanDuel fantasy/sportsbook credentials.

“We’re excited to bring FanDuel Casino to West Virginia as our fourth online casino state,” Niall Connell, general manager of sportsbook and casino at FanDuel, said in the release. “Given our existing footprint with FanDuel Sportsbook, expanding our online casino offering to the Mountain State allows our customers to have a more robust online gaming experience.”

The casino app from FanDuel is also live in New Jersey, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

FanDuel also announced that new casino players in West Virginia can play their first day risk-free up to $200. FanDuel Casino will refund any net losses up to $200 during the first 24 hours of play after players make their first real money casino wager — losses will be refunded as casino site credit.

A Growing WV Online Casino Market

West Virginia’s online casino market went live last July with DraftKings launching in partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town. BetMGM then went live in August through a partnership with The Greenbrier.

In less than a month, the online casino market in West Virginia has doubled.

BetRivers.com went live on April 12. BetRivers has a partnership with Century Casinos’ Mountaineer Park, which was announced in December.

The state reported an iGaming handle of $152.5 million in March, up 30.4% from February's $117 million. Revenue for iGaming in March was $5 million, up 44.9% from February's $3.5 million.

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