Fubo Gaming expands its sports betting platform

CHICAGO—Fubo Gaming announced new market access agreements for its Fubo Sportsbook mobile sportsbook platform in Mississippi, Louisiana and Missouri through Caesars Entertainment, Inc., bringing the total to 10 states.

Fubo Gaming, a subsidiary of fuboTV, launched Fubo Sportsbook in Q4 2021 and the service is live in two states: Iowa and Arizona.

Market Access Agreements provide statewide mobile access for sports betting, with the launch of Fubo Sportsbook subject to obtaining required regulatory approvals and, in some jurisdictions, the enactment of legislation.

This is Fubo Gaming’s second round of market access agreements with Caesars Entertainment, following its agreement with New Jersey and Indiana in March 2021. Other market access agreements include the Arizona, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.

The effort is part of a broader strategy to integrate sports betting into the company’s fuboTV streaming offering and capitalize on the booming sports betting market.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to expand our relationship with Caesars Entertainment as we expand access to Fubo Sportsbook in key markets across the United States,” said Scott Butera, President of Fubo Gaming. “Mississippi, Louisiana and Missouri all have passionate fan bases, particularly around college athletics, who will embrace our unique and immersive sports and betting entertainment platform.”

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