Pennsylvania Online Craps Now On The Horizon With DK Craps

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Pennsylvania Online Craps Now On The Horizon With DK Craps
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DraftKings introduced a new craps game in its app in New Jersey and plans to do the same in Pennsylvania in the future. There are currently no crappers in any of Pennsylvania's 14 online casinos.

DraftKings Craps is now live on its NJ app. It's expected to be available in Pennsylvania soon. The game is permitted for iGaming licensees.

Online casinos arrived in Pennsylvania in the summer of 2019. Live dealer launched in Oct. 2020. Craps is one of the most popular games at brick-and-mortar casinos. DraftKings thinks it met the challenge.

DraftKings is launching Pennsylvania Online Craps in the state.

DraftKings has developed a new online craps game called DK Craps. It is the most realistic crapsy game on the market.

DraftKings has tailored its app to suit Pennsylvania online craps game. It features a lot of features that can be easily adapted to the state. If DraftKings can get the product live in PA quickly, it could have an advantage in the market.

Ability to place multiple bets with a single tap. Multi-directional rolling/swiping of the die.

DraftKings is offering a new craps game on its app. It's available on the DraftKings Casino app in Pennsylvania. Draft Kings is part of Penn National Gaming's PA online dominance. Penn has three online casinos: Draft King's Casino, Bet MGM Casino and Hollywood Casino. They brought in nearly $36 million in revenue in April.

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