The New York Gaming Commission (NYGC) has revealed the names of applicants who applied for mobile sports betting licences.
Applicants include operator Bet365, supplier Kambi, theScore Bet and other companies that have partnered with the firms.
The NYGC will allow two operators to debut online and is expected to choose its final candidates by the end of the year.
The chosen providers will have to pay an initial fee of $25m and $5m annually to a casino partner, which will need to host the sports betting operator’s servers.
The list of applicants includes: bet365; Kambi with Fanatics Sportsbook and Penn Sports (Barstool); Betfair dba FanDuel with Bally Bet, BetMGM, DraftKings, and FanDuel; FOX Bet; Kambi with Caesars, Resorts World, PointsBet, Rush Street (BetRivers), and WynnBET and theScoreBet.