sports betting

Sports betting is coming to X with BetMGM partnership

Elon Musk’s X, formerly Twitter, has forged a deal with a sports betting operator, BetMGM, the companies announced on Friday. The deal, which BetMGM describes as a “strategic partnership&#

Deal Dive: Betting on the sports betting market

While legacy sports betting companies dominate the online market, Miami-based Betr thinks there is room for more players.

Despite the Crypto Winter and other scandals, blockchains seem here to stay in the sports betting market

According to Grand View Research, the global sports betting market is expected to grow to $182.12 billion in revenue by 2030, up from $76.75 billion last year. So we are seeing a number of startups th

Polychain puts its money on HotStreak to streamline sports betting using blockchain

In the world of sports betting, instant payments and reliable custody are key to the user experience. HotStreak, a web3 platform for daily fantasy sports (DFS) contests, is wagering that the decentral

Draftea kicks off LatAm fantasy football with NFL partnership, fresh funding

Draftea, which calls itself the first daily fantasy sports company in Spanish-speaking Latin America, is taking fantasy football (not fútbol) to the region in a new partnership with the National Foot

Eksab gets $3M to scale its fantasy football platform across MENA and Africa

Football (or soccer, as it’s commonly called in the U.S.) is the most popular and watched sport globally, with over 5 billion fans according to its apex governing body, FIFA. While the World Cup

Super Bowl ads boosted crypto app downloads by 279%, led by Coinbase

Those Super Bowl ad spots paid off for a number of tech companies not just in terms of exposure, but also app installs, a new report indicates. But Coinbase’s viral ad — which just bounced

FanDuel founder and Sequoia bet on Spanish-language fantasy sports app Draftea

Founder Alán Jaime Misrahi grew up devoted to soccer, eventually playing in Mexico’s third division. While he didn’t necessarily make it to the “big leagues” playing the sport, his new co