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Sports Betting Will Become DraftKings Primary Product in 2-3 Years, CEO Says

The DraftKings CEO told Yahoo that there will probably come a time when his company will be more of a betting operator than a fantasy sports one. However, the executive pointed out that it all really depends on how fast “the states roll out”. According to Mr. Robins, it will be after 10-12 states legalize sports betting when DraftKing’s fantasy sports and betting lines cross. And it will probably take between two and three years for this to happen, he added. DraftKing was the first company to go live with a mobile betting app in New Jersey after the state legalized wagering on professional and amateur sports in mid-June. The DraftKings Sportsbook app was launched on August 6 with the company’s Atlantic City partner – Resorts Atlantic City. It was just a few days ago when Las Vegas giant MGM Resorts International entered the New Jersey mobile betting market with a dedicated app to compete for a share in that potentially lucrative market. DraftKings started working on its sports betting offering last year when SCOTUS initially announced that it would take up the sports betting case. The company’s CEO told Yahoo that despite the rapidly enlarging hype, it is still all about fantasy sports as the betting market only serves a small portion of the US population.

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Is Mike Francesa's new app worth it? Here are our 8.99 takeaways

Here are our 8.99 takeaways Posted August 24, 2018 at 10:12 AM | Updated August 24, 2018 at 10:33 AM By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for Mike Francesa's much-hyped "Mike's On" app has finally arrived . It launched Friday ahead of Francesa's annual WFAN end-of-summer broadcast at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como, which will serve as a celebration of the app as well. John Munson | NJ Advance Media for The app's arrival has been polarizing given the steep cost to subscribe -  $8.99 a month or $98 a year - and the sense that you might get all the Francesa you need for free on Twitter and over the air on the radio Monday through Friday. What does the app entail? And will it work? We downloaded it and gave it a spin.

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