. FanDuel Sportsbook Heading To Arizona Courtesy Of Phoenix Suns Partnership

FanDuel Sportsbook Heading To Arizona Courtesy Of Phoenix Suns Partnership

Written By Derek Helling on April 15, 2021Last Updated on May 18, 2021

With Gov. Doug Ducey signing off on a gambling expansion bill, partnerships with sport entertainment entities in Arizona are becoming a hot item for gambling companies. FanDuel Sportsbook engaged its full-court press on this matter Thursday.

Just a day after DraftKings Sportsbookannounced a similar deal with TPC Scottsdale, FanDuel Arizona reached an agreement with the Phoenix Suns to offer daily fantasy sports and sports betting in AZ.

Potential seasons for NBA fans in the condition may be novel as a result.

Coming to Phoenix Suns Arena is FanDuel Sportsbook

According to a press release, FanDuel will operate a retail sportsbook inside Phoenix Suns Arena, home of the Suns and the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA. The plans include 6,300 square feet with lounge seating, a betting window and self-service kiosks.

Also, FanDuel will be accessible online throughout the state. But there are still unresolved issues. Among them is the question of whether FanDuel may run the betting all year long.

Additionally, it is questionable whether bettors will be able to wager on Mercury and Suns games that are currently taking place in the market. Those businesses might be small even if that is the case. The solutions to those queries will be made clear when the Arizona Department of Gaming releases its rules.

The important registration process to make all of this a reality is still unfinished, despite the fact that regulated sports gambling is now moving toward legalization in the state. It’s unclear whether FanDuel or the Suns did truly hold the permit, to be honest.

There is no assurance that the applicant will really be granted a passport. However, it’s likely that the state will matter one here given the influence these organizations have over the government and their involvement in parliamentary proceedings.

There is currently no timetable for the release of FanDuel, either online or at the area. A time frame will become more clear once the betting has received regulatory approval. However, it is currently clear that there is a rising need for this kind of agreement in Arizona. There are still some large fish to catch, too.

Oh my, Cardinals, Coyotes, and Diamondbacks!

Three organizations that are similar to this one are still not committed to a gaming lover as of this writing. The Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Coyotes, and Arizona Diamondbacks are those teams. Under the fresh rules, all three might be qualified for sports betting certificates.

Other companies, including BetMGM, BetRivers, PointsBet & nbsp, and William Hill, may be able to snag market access as a result. Possible options include the Phoenix Raceway and possibly the Mercury( FanDuel & rsquo, press release makes no mention of the WNBA franchise but they do play their home games in the same arena as the Sun ).

Such agencies are eligible for half of the 20 sports betting licenses under the new Arizona rules. ( The tribes of the state receive the other half. ) There are therefore plenty to go around. among the new users.

Sport days will soon offer more opportunities for Suns fans to participate in the game on the court.

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Helling, Derek is a lead writer for PlayUSA and the manager of BetHer. He is a 2013 graduate of the University of Iowa and covers the intersections of sports with business and the law.

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