FanDuel has announced the launch of its standalone casino app in Pennsylvania.
The operator’s casino offering was originally part of its sportsbook, launched in Pennsylvania in partnership with Valley Forge Casino and Boyd Gaming.
FanDuel has now gone live with the app dedicated solely to casino, giving players access to its table games and slots on mobile.
FanDuel Casino will still be available within its sportsbook app in the Keystone State.
Jesse Chemtob, general manager casino, FanDuel, said: “Pennsylvania is a really exciting state for us as it represents the first state where we’ve introduced FanDuel Casino alongside our FanDuel Sportsbook product.
“We’ve seen great engagement and interest with our FanDuel Casino product amongst our sportsbook customers to date and we view this product evolution as a natural next step to provide a full-service gaming experience to our Pennsylvania customers.”
In a similar move earlier this week, DraftKings launched its standalone mobile casino app in the state of New Jersey.
Research from BonusFinder recently found the closure of US land-based casino venues and the cancellation of live sport had seen a 100% rise in internet searches for ‘online casino’ in the country.