New York betting: to establish affiliate partnership deal with Caesars, FanDuel

Move marks the latest development in the fast-changing New York market. has become the latest gaming company to reap benefits from the arrival of mobile gaming in the state of New York after the sports betting and education brand established affiliate partnerships with Caesars and FanDuel. 

These two operators, among the largest in the industry, were both granted licenses to accept bets in the Empire State last week, the first wave of four companies who received allowance to do so.  

Through the new partnership with, New York bettors using these operators will have at their disposal tools, educational information, and special offers designed to enhance the overall experience. 

In an effort to get off on the right foot, is already offering signup bonuses for those operators: a risk-free bet up to $1,001 at Caesars, and, at FanDuel, a bettor’s first wager will be refunded up to $1,000 in free bets.  

Will Armitage, CEO of, echoed this excitement when he commented: “The potential of the New York market is immense, as demonstrated by GeoComply data showing that more bets were struck in New York during its first weekend live than Pennsylvania and New Jersey combined. 

“Our goal is to furnish Big Apple bettors of all types with actionably information, odds comparison tools, transparent sportsbook reviews and the best signup bonuses and promotions the industry has to offer.” 

New York has overnight become the biggest sports betting market in the United States, so, naturally, companies in the industry are keen to get a piece of the pie. Besides Caesars and FanDuel, DraftKings and BetRivers also received operator licenses last week. 

There are still five operators that are expecting to gain licenses upon successful completion of the application process. These are BetMGM, PointsBet, Bally Bet, WynnBet and Resoirts World.  

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