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Surprise, surprise: some names many expected teamed up with some strange bedfellows for a mobile NY sports betting application.
Bally Bet, BetMGM and DraftKings Sportsbook join primary applicant FanDuel Sportsbook in a superbid joining the three US market-share leaders with an upstart.
It is the most eye-popping combination of the six bids, but it is not the only significant group of names wanting in.
Who else bid on mobile New York sportsbook licenses?
A bid led by platform provider Kambi includes:
Caesars Sportsbook, which just launched a massive brand campaign following the William Hill acquisition
Genting Malaysia‘s Resorts World Catskills
Rush Street Interactive
Kambi also led a bid with former FanDuel CEO Matt King’s new company, Fanatics, partnering with Barstool Sportsbook from Penn National Gaming.
Solo bids by bet365, FOX Bet and theScore Bet round out the six online NY sports betting bids.
Applications for the new mobile market were due to the New York State Gaming Commission by Monday. The NYSGC must select at least two bids but retains the option to pick more.
No additional NY sports betting bid details
Unfortunately, the partners for those bids is all the public is likely to know for some time.
Details including proposed revenue share are unlikely to be known until a winner is announced. Winners do not have to be selected until Dec. 6, according to the schedule outlined in the RFA.
Remember, whichever bid is ranked the highest by the grading scale will set the bar for revenue share. That’s significant because the Bally’s-BetMGM-DraftKings-FanDuel super bid also includes some professional teams as well, according to The