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Unai Emery’s new stint at the London club couldn’t have gone more wrong. After being outclassed by Manchester City on the opening weekend, the Gunners suffered a disappointing derby loss against Chelsea, despite playing some good football. The Arsenal forward line misfired big time in front of the goal, as Arsenal failed to solidify their brilliant comeback. West Ham too, have been very disappointing. Despite spending a whole lot on a bunch of good players and appointing Manuel Pellegrini, the Hammers fortunes have not changed yet. Two consecutive defeats against Liverpool and AFC Bournemouth have kept them at rock bottom of the league.
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Home / Sports Betting / FanDuel Sportsbook One Of Two NJ Sports Betting Apps That Just Went Live FanDuel Sportsbook One Of Two NJ Sports Betting Apps That Just Went Live Eric Ramsey , Sep 1, 2018 20:32 PDT @Eric_Ramsey Two more sports betting apps are live in New Jersey, including FanDuel Sportsbook . FanDuel Sportsboook was the fourth option for online betting in the state, joining the market a month after DraftKings Sportsbook opened it. The online/mobile product acts as a complement to the FanDuel-branded retail sportsbook at The Meadowlands.FanDuel’s web-based, Android and iOS platforms appeared on Saturday, serving up NJ sports betting to computers and smartphones throughout the state. By regulation, access is initially limited to a small group of customers during a five-day soft launch. Also on Saturday, William Hill went live with its sports betting app in the state. William Hill already provided sports betting services for the retail operations at both Monmouth Park and Ocean Resort Casino. At a glance, FanDuel Sportsbook is a polished and market-ready product that should have no problem competing in the space. FanDuel Group created the platform, first with its own team before borrowing on the resources of new owner Paddy Power Betfair and then using the technology of international gaming giant IGT. The large European bookmaker acquired the company in a nine-figure transaction this summer. The group likely could have rushed its app to market sooner, but speed wasn’t the primary goal. Head of Product Nik Bonaddio told Legal Sports Report that his team didn’t want to simply ‘slap a logo’ on an off-the-shelf platform. “We were never going to do that,” he said. “That’s not in our DNA … we really wanted to make this a much more native experience.” The attention to detail shows, with the platform mimicking the look and feel of the FanDuel DFS client. Both use the same blue/white color palette, navigation structure and overall styling.
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