DraftKings is gearing up to launch its much-touted online sports betting in Vermont. Upon becoming operational, it will be the 26th state in the United States to host such activities. Furthermore, the company has already established its operations in Ontario, Canada. Additionally, five New England states will be incorporated.
Matt Kalish, president of the North American division of DraftKings, asserts that the Boston-based organization will benefit from the venture into the New England territory. In addition to this, the forthcoming NFL events will offer athletes in Vermont additional exposure.
The DraftKings sportsbook comes with a user-friendly interface, and from January 11, 2024, onwards, sports enthusiasts will have the option of wagering on professional sports like the Super Bowl. Added to that will be same-game and cross-sport parlays, as well as in-game wagering and others.
Over and above that, DraftKings has taken a pledge to serve the communities wherever it runs its operations. It has promised a contribution of $25,000 to the Arbor Day Foundation for backing a gigantic afforestation initiative across Vermont. This will include the planting of 3,500 trees to enhance the environment.
According to casino news, DraftKings, as a member of the American Gaming Association (AGA), is responsible for expanding the AGA’s Have A Game Plan and Bet Responsibly campaign, which creates knowledge about responsible gaming methods. The firm has also launched the DraftKings S.E.R.V.E.S. program.
Deserving Vermont consumers can connect with the new wagering markets by installing the DraftKings Sportsbook application, which is available for iOS and Android devices. As part of its corporate ethics, the company’s priority will always be responsible gaming.