DraftKings provides insights on 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup has kickstarted in Australia and New Zealand.

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DraftKings has introduced ways for customers to improve their fan experience during the Women's World Cup as a sign of its support for women's sports.

Additionally, DraftKings Sportsbook put has together a preview of some of the insights highlighting the USWNT's prospects to win the tournament in an effort to draw interest among fans.

The teams for each day, the betting odds, the percentage handle and the percentage of bets are listed in a table.

On 21 July (Friday), the US Women's National Soccer Team (USWNT) will hit the pitch in its opening encounter of the competition in an attempt to become the first team, men's or women's, to win three World Cups in a row.

The USWNT (+250) will compete against some genuine World Cup contenders in England (+350), Spain (+450) and Germany (+650) in what appears to be one of the most competitive Women's World Cup campaigns ever.

Meanwhile, EveryMatrix went live with DraftKings last month.

Through SlotMatrix, it became active throughout New Jersey.

It announced that further state launches are anticipated in 2023, subject to regulatory permission.

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