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Fanatics sportsbook goes live in Arizona

Betting fever and Gaming has launched online sports betting in Arizona, becoming the 18th U.S. state in which it operates.

Fanatics’ latest expansion comes courtesy of a partnership agreement with Tonto Apache Tribe, owner and operator of Mazatzal Hotel & Casino. As part of the deal, plans are in place to open a Fanatics sportsbook retail unit within the Mazatzal complex this summer.

Fanatics joins heavyweight gambling operators FanDuel and DraftKings in the Grand Canyon State, a fluid and expanding market. Arizona set a new sports betting revenue record for the second consecutive month in January, with operators generating a total of $69.3 million in revenue.

Reaction and further growth to Arizona fanatics

“Arizona offers a wealth of options for sports fans, from baseball, hockey, golf, football to auto racing, making it an ideal destination for the best value online sports betting,” said Ari Borod, chief commercial officer at Fanatics.

Tonto Apache Chairman Calvin Johnson said, “The Tribe’s partnership with Fanatics Betting & Gaming, a national leader in sports betting, will allow the Tribe to provide general benefits to our tribal members while also benefiting all Arizona citizens. .”

Arizona sports and betting fans can now download Fanatics Sportsbook on iOS and Android, with key features including FanCash, the only sportsbook incentive that gives customers up to 5% back on their bets for bonus bets or

Fanatics’ first expansion into Arizona comes after it fully acquired PointsBet’s U.S. interests and completed a $225 million acquisition agreement last June. This will include the transfer of all remaining entities of PointsBet’s US sports betting and iGaming businesses.

With New Jersey and Illinois migrating from PointsBet to Fanatics, which is expected to be completed within the next 30 days, Fanatics sportsbooks will soon be up and running in 20 states.

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