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Bettors thrilled over #1 Sportsbook FanDuel coming to New York

New York has now entered the ring of betting as they welcomed legal betting for the first time on January 8th 2022. Bettors were thrilled to see New York bring in America’s #1 Sportsbook FanDuel as well. This will be just the start for FanDuel as the Buffalo Bills has designated FanDuel as its official mobile sports betting partner too. 

Want to know why FanDuel is one of the best to wager in America? First, they are bringing its world class online sports betting experience to the passionate sports fans of New York who can easily place wagers anywhere in the state across the following sports: Professional and college football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, MMA, boxing, soccer and tennis. The best part about FanDuel is they have a variety of betting and payment options available.

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Speaking of payment options, FanDuel is one of the few sportsbooks that offer a wide range of betting options including Same Game Parlay’s where other sportsbooks do not. What exactly is a Same Game Parlay? This is where bettors can place multiple bets from the same game including money line, prop bets, and much more. Instead of other sportsbooks where bettors do not have this exclusive option, Same Game Parlay’s are the new way bettors can watch and bet on one single game and possibly triple or more their original wager amount. 

FanDuel was also not the first to break the gambling world with their innovative Same Game Parlay. They also were the first to offer live streaming of sporting events inside a betting app, the first to offer Bad Beat Relief and early payouts for championship teams, and the first to offer its crowdsourced Spread the Love promotion

If you do not currently live in New York and want to wager with FanDuel Sportsbook, they are available for iOS and Android in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.