There was a new layer of convenience added Monday to gambling in Pennsylvania.
FanDuel Online Casino Pennsylvania, in conjunction with Evolution, will be bringing its first branded live-dealer studios to the Keystone State, the company announced.
The only other state to get the new studios is Michigan.
FanDuel’s burgeoning online casino profile only will be enhanced by this new live-dealer approach to iGaming.
The world of iGaming continues to explode on the scene in this country and Pennsylvania certainly is a state in the forefront. It is joined by Michigan, Connecticut, New Jersey, West Virginia and Delaware as the only states that run legal real money online casinos.
That group of states also offers online poker, as does Nevada.
All of FanDuel’s live dealer games, including blackjack and roulette, will be streamed for Michigan and Pennsylvania customers directly from FanDuel’s live dealer studios.
By unveiling this dedicated live dealer studio, FanDuel now can offer players exclusive promotions, state-of-the art statistics and live updates.
Both novice and experienced players should find benefits in the FanDuel Live Dealer Games.
More About Evolution
Evolution is a Swedish company founded in 2006 that is working with FanDuel on the live-dealer studios.
It will be Evolution’s fourth studio serving the regulated U.S. iGaming market.
Evolution, in a news release, says it is a leading B2B provider with more than 14,000 operators serving more than 600 operators.
Evolution also announced on Monday it has developed a new studio in Connecticut.
Summer Series Poker Continues
BetMGM’s Summer Classic poker series continues to run until Sunday.
It is a series of week-long tournaments (25 events over eight days) that are running simultaneously across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Michigan, with more than $540,000 in guarantees.
Schwarber a Contender in Home Run Derby
Kyle Schwarber of the Philadelphia Phillies is competing in Monday night’s Home Run Derby in Los Angeles.
The All-Star Game will be played Tuesday at Dodger Stadium.
Schwarber has +330 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook Pennsylvania, which trails only two-time champion Pete Alonso of the New York Mets. Alonso is a +200 favorite.
Schwarber, who is listed as the top seed, will face future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals in the first round.
Schwarber, also an All-Star, leads the National League with 29 home runs at the break. Only the New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge (33) has more.
Schwarber, who signed as a free agent with the Phillies in the offseason, last competed in the Home Run Derby is 2018.