Fanatics Exits Beta Phase and Unveils Full-Scale App in Four States
Fanatics Betting and Gaming, the online sports betting division of Fanatics, has fully unveiled its online sportsbook application in Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Tennessee.
Although the operator has been accepting bets in the states, it has always labeled its operations as being in beta. With the soft-launch period now over, the Fanatics app is available for users to download on their iOS or Android devices in any of the four states above.
Features of the App
The Fanatics Sportsbook app enables users to bet on a wide range of markets, including moneyline bets, spread bets, over-under, player props, in-game props, and more. The app will also provide live score updates, offer search capabilities, allow withdrawals, and present odds.
Additionally, the app features a Discover page where users can see the most entertaining and significant sporting events.
With the full rollout, customers will also be able to participate in the FanCash rewards program, where they can earn from 1-5% on their bets on the app. Straight bets will give users 1% back as FanCash; Parlay bets will give 3% back, while Same Game parlays will offer 5% back as FanCash. The points earned in FanCash can be used to purchase goods in the Fanatics Store.
The operator promises its customers transparency in the withdrawal process, allowing users to know the exact status of their withdrawal stages.
After six months of beta testing, we are excited to officially launch the Fanatics Sportsbook product to the public. We are laser-focused on solving pain points facing customers by offering a faster, easier, and more rewarding sports betting experience. The strategic patience to build a product for the long-term has given us an opportunity to redefine a customer’s expectation of what a sportsbook should be.
Highly Anticipated Launch
Fanatics plans to expand into existing markets across the US, including New York and Illinois. However, the company is not part of the seven operators that recently applied for a sportsbook license in Kentucky.