DraftKings Fantasy Sports Approved For Parts Of Louisiana

The Louisiana Gaming Control Board has approved DraftKings for a Daily Fantasy Sports license. DraftKings users will be able to play fantasy sports daily for MLB, the NBA, and NFL, as well as eSports and Australian Football.

Louisiana is the 44th state to provide daily fantasy sports by DraftKings in the United States.

Daily Fantasy Sports Promos And Games For Louisiana

To celebrate DraftKings’ launch in Louisiana, new customers who place a minimum $5 first deposit will receive free credit to play in a $3 paid contest of their choice.

In addition to classic Fantasy Sports games, DraftKings features several ways to wager on your favorite sports and players.

An exciting feature of DraftKings Fantasy Sports is DraftKings Leagues, in which players are able to create customizable, private leagues. The thrill of playing against friends and family is one of the most attractive features of Daily Fantasy Sports. Players also enjoy the challenge of following their favorite players on a daily basis and having new opportunities to win every day.

A popular DFS game is called Showdown, which requires players to draft a team from a single game while staying within a salary cap. Marquee events such as the Super Bowl and World Series are perfectly suited for DraftKings Showdown.

DraftKings offers In-Game Showdown, which lets fans build lineups that are applied for a portion of a game, such as the second half of an NFL game or the third quarter of an NBA game.

How Daily Fantasy Sports Will Benefit Louisiana

DraftKings is committed to offering fantasy sports players in Louisiana the opportunity to enter charity-driven contests to benefit the state. To benefit Earth Day in 2022, DraftKings’ customers can help raise the funds to plant one million trees in collaboration with the Arbor Day Foundation, including in parishes and communities in Louisiana.

About the Author

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes has written three books about sports. He previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. He enjoys writing, running, and lemon bars. He lives near Lake Michigan with his daughters and usually has an orange cream soda nearby.