An agreement between FanDuel and Boyd Gaming will see the sportsbook at Fremont Hotel Casino in Nevada rebranded as a FanDuel Sportsbook, claims a report in The Nevada Independent. Benefiting from the FanDuel Brand The agreement between Flutter-owned FanDuel and Las Vegas-based Boyd Gaming, which also owns 5% of FanDuel,
FanDuel, the premier sports betting, daily fantasy sports and online gambling leader in the US, is planning further expansion into TV, a new report suggests. FanDuel Reportedly Seeks to Rebrand TVG Seeking to further grow as a sports media company, FanDuel may be rebranding its leading horse racing channel TVG
FanDuel plans to rebrand the popular horse racing channel TVG into a 24/7 “watch and wager” television network in September 2022, according to a report on legalsportsreport.com. The network, named FanDuel TV, will expand its coverage to include sports betting, shifting away from horse racing content on the main TVG
A movie complex in Michigan is set to become the first to host a sportsbook after an agreement between Emagine Entertainment and Caesars Entertainment will rebrand the sports lounge at Royal Oak as Caesars Sportsbook Lounge Powered by Emagine. Entertainment and Customer Engagement The sports lounge at Royal Oak Emagine
Greektown Casino-Hotel, one of the three Detroit city casinos, will soon be renamed Hollywood Casino, Penn National Gaming (PNG) announced today. Rebranding Comes with Additional Amenities Effective May 1 and subject to customary regulatory approvals, the 100,000-square-foot gaming, entertainment, and dining destination and 30-story hotel in Detroit’s Greektown Historic District
March 4, 2022 Scientific Games has announced that the company is splitting their lottery operations from their slots and igaming divisions. The lottery group will operate as a stand-alone company and retain the Scientific Games name. Meanwhile, the Gaming and iGaming divisions have split-off and rebranded as Light & Wonder.
Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment announced this week that its Lumière Place Casino & Hotel, which it operates, will be rebranded to Horseshoe St. Louis. The rebranding, expected to be completed in the first half of the year, will include a renovated exterior with Horseshoe signage, a “new look” for the