Nevada’s first licensed fantasy sports operator will launch its contests at about a dozen casinos on Thursday just in time for the start of a new NFL season, before expanding into a total of 49 casinos by week three, the company confirmed Tuesday.
The Las Vegas-based company’s fantasy football product uses NFL players but is based on pari-mutuel betting, a pool style of wagering used for horse and dog racing. USFantasy plans to expand to baseball, basketball, hockey, golf and NASCAR, according to a listing on its website.
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