FanDuel, an American gambling giant offering a comprehensive portfolio of casino products, has partnered with the NBA League to add another title to its fantasy sports FanDuel Faceoff app. As reported, the operator and the League have recently announced the launch of the NBA Swish Showdown game of skill to bring the NBA-inspired iGaming experience at another level.
Sources report that the game is inspired by the 3-Point Contest held each year at the NBA All Star Game. It offers players lots of fun as they are invited to make as many virtual basketball shots as possible in a given amount of time. Unlike actual players that need to sweat their shirts to get to the position to shot for glory, the game offers players to stay in the comfort zone and requires them to be thumb-happy to be qualified for the monetary prize.
As reported, the FanDuel Faceoff franchise frequently includes player competitions. The NBA Swish Showdown is no exclusion to the proven formula to use the captivating feature to boost the player engagement. Therefore players can challenge other players for the shooting enterprise for varying amounts of money. The one that makes more successful shots within the given time frame will take the most of the money as the app will take its commission. The source mentions that these challenges are surely possible among friends but also randomly matched against players with similar level of skill.
$250 Gift Card Campaign & Faceoff Availability:
The FanDuel’s skill-based blockbuster FanDuel Faceoff reportedly also offer players to run for the Daily Shot and win their share of the daily cash prize. This week, the players engaged in the NBA Swish Showdown action will enter the pool to receive a $250 gift card to the NBA Store, according to the source. The same source further reports that the launch of the NBA-inspired fantasy game represents a continuation of the high profile partnership featuring game developments with former NBA player Rob Gronkowski and other Faceoff products.
However, FanDuel Faceoff is reportedly an unregulated product as some states, such as Arizona and Michigan, question the status of daily fantasy sports and consider them games of chance rather than games of skill requesting a different regulatory definition of these fantasy products. In any case, FanDuel offers the product in 32 states and Washington DC. According to the source, the operator aligns with the same responsible gaming practices and controls for its Faceoff product as its regulated products.