The private equity interests behind the last two major fundraisings at FanDuel have seen their shareholdings bolstered in the wake of the merger failure with DraftKings.
The gambling and iGaming industry can be a boisterous bunch at the best of times. There’s no place better to rant and ramble than in the realm of Twitter so we round up the best social media from the last seven days.
The planned merger between DraftKings and FanDuel has been scrapped. The two fantasy giants would have owned a collective 90% market share, but each will now reassess their options.
In addition to a UKGC licence DraftKings now has a Maltese Controlled Skilled Gaming licence to its name. The company's Chief International Officer Jeffrey Haas recently revealed some of the company's 2017 ambitions with a launch in Germany planned for Q1. We quizzed Haas on this, the...
How the industry feels this week - a summary of the best tweets from the industry and beyond...
Premier Punt CEO John Gordon is in combative mood as the DFS operator aims to up its game in order to steal a march on US-based DraftKings and FanDuel.
Affiliates need to think differently if they want to reach the new audiences attracted by new products from the industry, according to a panel of experts who spoke at last month’s EiG Expo.
How the industry feels this week - a summary of the best tweets
Three heavyweights in the world of DFS discussed many topics within it at the conference in Berlin last week. Alongside DraftKings' Jeffrey Haas, Oulala CEO Valery Bollier and Fantasy Network's CEO Barak Eisenstein featured in the lively debate...
The reported valuation of $1bn for DraftKings after the latest series of funding involving Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis’ Revolution Growth is half what the company was worth this time last year.