FanDuel Sportsbook Indiana App: $500 Signup Bonus

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FanDuel Sportsbook Indiana app

FanDuel Sportsbook Indiana is now officially available as both an iOS and Android app.

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Just weeks after the launch of DraftKings Sportsbook IN and BetRivers IN, FanDuel became the latest sportsbook to join Indiana online sports betting, and they’ve quickly cemented themselves as one of the top options in the state.

Here’s what you need to know about the FanDuel Sportsbook IN app and how to get a $500 risk-free bet when you sign up.

 

FanDuel Sportsbook Indiana App

The FanDuel Sportsbook app is now available to all users in Indiana— one need not live there, you just must be present in the state when you bet. It is available on both iOS and Android (direct download).

If you sign up here , you can claim a $500 risk-free bet and then download the app.

FanDuel offers one app available across several states. This may not seem like a big deal, but other sports betting apps have rolled out separate apps for different states to comply with local regulations.

FanDuel, like DraftKings, was able to build in the required technology to determine a player’s location and then adjust the app accordingly for the local market.

Each state, Indiana included, requires specific betting restrictions, exceptions, and gambling addiction messaging, and other operators have struggled to adapt by offering one uniform app.

FanDuel offers an array of betting options, including spread, moneyline, total, parlays, teasers, and more. Live betting is particularly strong, with FanDuel Sportsbook offering some of the quickest live betting odds among any betting site.

Users can can check out promos such as close loss insurance, contests, and frequent odds boosts.

 

Partnership

FanDuel is launching its sports betting app in conjunction with Blue Chip and Belterra casinos, owned by Boyd Gaming.

This means FanDuel will use Boyd’s gaming license to back their app in Indiana.

Sportsbook operators have to partner with licensed casinos in each state. Since FanDuel itself doesn’t have a full gaming license, it becomes the front-end provider for Boyd, giving both companies a share of profits.

Users may notice some Blue Chip or Belterra branding in the app, along with some casino-specific flavor, in addition to Indiana Gaming Control messaging.

FanDuel is well positioned for success in Indiana. Thanks to already being in the state with its daily fantasy product, they have a large customer base to which they can market. Combined with the customer lists of Blue Chip and Belterra, FanDuel has a significant number of potential players at launch. And as one of the first online sportsbooks in the state, they will benefit from the overall interest in sports betting.

FanDuel Sportsbook is also available through the web in Indiana.

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