DraftKings Enters Washington Sportsbook Market with Tulalip Tribe Deal

DraftKings Enters Washington Sportsbook Market with Tulalip Tribe Deal

Last updated on January 22nd, 2022 at 11:51 am

DraftKings gained access to the Washington sportsbook market after signing a deal with the Tulalip Tribe. According to the agreement, DraftKings will open two retail sports betting locations at tribal casinos in the state.

The proposed sportsbook at the Tulalip Resort Casino will include a 5,000sq ft space with a 50ft video divider, over 24 stands, and eight ticket windows.

According to bookie PPH reports, a second sportsbook will open at the Quil Ceda Creek Casino. However, it is still at the early planning stage. The two locations will be likely to receive a permit and administrative endorsements. Once functional, Washington will check the nineteenth state in which DraftKings is dynamic with its sportsbook items.

DraftKings Ventures into Washington Sportsbook Market

DraftKings Enters Washington Sportsbook Market with Tulalip Tribe DealTulalip Tribes executive Teri Gobin added: “We’re prepared to take our gaming experience to a higher level. Like Tulalip, DraftKings is focused on greatness and, together, we will give avid supporters an exceptional encounter.

According to sportsbook pay per head reports, DraftKings has become one of the latest sportsbook operators in Washington. The state made sports betting legal last September. Also, it came after the US Department of the Interior’s endorsement of nine tribal sports wagering compacts.

The Tulalip Tribes were among the clans to concur new compacts with the state, reaching an accord last April. It is one of the 3 ways to open a sportsbook in the state.

Vacillate Entertainment-claimed FanDuel Group is banded together with the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort. At the same time, BetMGM concurred an arrangement with the Puyallup Tribe of Indians to work retail sports wagering at the Emerald Queen Casino.

Moreover, International Game Technology (IGT) will give its PlaySports stage to drive sports wagering at the Angel of the Winds Casino Resort, operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.

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