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By effectively stripping the right of license holders to support online gambling skins in Pennsylvania, the market will be placed at a severe disadvantage. Lastly, several renowned and highly recognizable iGaming brands could be left out in the cold , some of which have already made a notable impact in the legal US online gambling landscape.
Despite entering the NJ online poker market two-and-a-half years late, and during one of its darker periods for that matter, PokerStars swiftly became the overwhelming market share leader. And it managed this in part due to its strong branding. The entry of Stars temporarily revitalized the market, with pre-Black Friday players familiar with the product flocking to register an account.
And perhaps most importantly, Stars prompted its competitors to up their games. Alternatively, PokerStars could grab a leftover poker license, and go into business for itself.
Land-based casinos have a day exclusivity window from when applications open to secure a license before out-of-state entities can apply. Yet by going out on its own PokerStars would still be cut off from hosting cross-promotional tie-in events at a land-based casino, as it has done twice at Resorts AC in New Jersey.
As is the case with PokerStars, its popularity stems from its branding, as sharing a name with the most prestigious brand in all of tournament poker is undoubtedly a draw. The May 14 U. Supreme court ruling enabling legal gambling nationwide has America's two major fantasy sports operations — DraftKings and FanDuel — making moves to capture their share of the millions — or billions — of dollars ready for the taking.
They're not small businesses, but FanDuel and DraftKings, if they have standalone sportsbooks that you could walk in and bet daily fantasy — you could watch the games, they got a nice lounge and a bar — and it's going to be a place to go, a place to hang out, a place to bet. It's unclear what the future plans are, but the industry leaders can use the same creativity that helped grow Daily Fantasy Sports to maximize sports gambling revenue.
Online and mobile betting is right in the wheelhouse of DraftKings and FanDuel. The companies broke into the market in the past decade by targeting a younger, app-friendly demographic.