DraftKings Sportsbook will take over the only Oregon sports betting app as soon as possible after the Oregon Lottery approved Draftkings. The change has been in works for a while now: Director Barry Pack first mentioned it at one of their meetings back in February, but negotiations took longer than expected due to some legal issues which are currently being worked through by both companies’ attorneys; however eventually they were able drop DFS from within State borders entirely because good faith was important enough even without any other incentives or protections offered up by either party involved (which we hope becomes an option instead).
The Oregon Lottery seems to be motivated for a quick switchover after DraftKings bought SBTech last year. Pack asked the Commission approve their contract before any issues arise, and they’re hopeful that it’ll all go smoothly once players are transitioned over.
Oregon sports betting fans have been waiting for DraftKings to come in, but it sounds like the company is not ready. They talked about how they’ve dealt with legal issues since acquiring SBTech and want a smooth transition as soon as possible!
When Chairwoman MardiLyn Saathoff was informed that Scoreboard users would need a new account on the platform once it’s owned by Pack, she asked why. The company replied confidently in its response and assured this change will be better overall even if some current bettors don’t make their way over to packagerbets already established website or app store listing after switching from Betonline for example.
The Oregon Lottery was not planning on giving up 51% of monthly revenue at maturity. But, after an extended legal battle with LSR that led to its public release and scrutiny by other agencies over how much freedom it could give SBTech under the terms set out in their contract (and if this is even viable), there might be some changes made before next week’s meeting where all parties will convene again – including players who want answers too!