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American sportsbetting group FanDuel has announced that they've launched a casino app within the state of Pennsylvania, which will be standard casino game betting in the Keystone State.
The app will be open to punters aged 21 years or older in the state of Pennsylvania, and will feature a slate of slots, table games, and other betting products. The app is using the company's sub-license through Valley Forge Casino, which in turn is re-opening through for public play on June 26th. Online betting has been a way for casinos throughout the world to retain a revenue stream while their land casino destinations were closed.
Commenting on the launch FanDuel's Jesse Chemtob said, "Pennsylvania is a really exciting state for us as it represents the first state where we've introduced FanDuel Casino alongside our FanDuel Sportsbook product."