Fubo Gaming, one of the leading esports betting services in the country, has officially launched its sports betting service in Arizona reports Betonmobile. This makes it the first legal sportsbook to open in the state since voters approved Proposition 206—the ballot measure that passed last November and paved the way for regulated wagering on sporting events at licensed facilities across Arizona—became law on August 2nd.
What Is Fubo?
Fubo is a sports streaming platform that caters to two kinds of users: The first type would be cord-cutters or those who have cut their cable and are only using streaming services as their primary way to watch TV and sports. If you’re in that camp, Fubo has a bundle that comes with CBS Sports Network and 10 more channels for $54.99 per month. However, if there isn’t an out-of-market game on CBSSN that tickles your fancy and you want to bet on something, then Fubo might not be your best option; it doesn’t offer to wager. That said, its ability to seamlessly integrate video from local affiliates should appease most fans across all platforms.
A Glimpse of the User Experience
The new service is available on desktop, mobile, and tablet. And it allows players to manage their accounts, place bets, and keep track of game progress. New members are eligible for a $20 free bet when they sign up with Fubo. This can be used on a variety of sports matches throughout 2019. The rollout is part of a bigger plan by Fubo Gaming to gain traction with bettors across North America over the coming months. The company has already made its name in Brazil and Central America as one of several legacy bookmakers looking to get into online gaming following revisions to gambling laws abroad.
What’s Next for this Leading Esports and Streaming Platform?
Fubo, one of America’s leading streaming services has announced that they will be expanding into sports betting. This move marks a huge milestone for Fubo as it continues to expand its services to keep up with a changing industry. The new service will make it possible for bettors to wager on games being played by esports teams playing on their platform and will also allow people to place bets on other sporting events such as football, basketball, baseball, and soccer. In fact, those who were paying attention during E3 last month might have noticed a broadcast about it. It was there that one of Fubo’s partners gave out some exciting news about what they are doing next.