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With the imminent launch of Ohio Sportsbook, FanDuel Ohio is gearing up with a pre-launch offer for all new FanDuel Ohio users: $100 free bets on launch day.

Starting today, October 1, at 12:01 a.m. ET, the FanDuel Ohio pre-launch offer is live. It lasts until January 1. Click on the FanDuel Ohio promo code link here to claim the offer.

By signing up using the link above, you will receive $100 in free bets which will be available January 1 at midnight when sports betting launches in Ohio. No deposit is required to redeem the $100.

Ohio Early Bird Offer:

$100 free sports betting

To claim: Click Play Now

FanDuel Ohio Promo Code – Projected Bonus $1,100

In addition to the $100 pre-launch promotion, we anticipate that new users in Ohio will also be eligible to receive FanDuel’s standard new user bonus, which is a “no sweat first bet” up to 1 $000. This means that if the first bet you place with your FanDuel Sportsbook account loses, the online bookmaker will issue an equal refund in betting credits, up to $1,000.

We anticipate that this offer will be available to both Ohio pre-launch users and users who have not signed up for the pre-launch offer. For example, on the first day of sports betting in Ohio, one user may already have $100 to bet with the pre-launch offer, and another user may not. But both will qualify for the first no-sweat bet.

Click here to join. When sports betting is on, place a wager of at least $5 on any sporting event. If your bet loses, then the free bet refund will come into effect.

Sports Betting Legal Background in Ohio

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed into law HB 29 on December 8, 2021. This legalized online and retail sports betting, including betting on college sports.

The wording of the bill establishes three licenses that entities can apply for. Type A licenses, which are available to state casinos and professional sports teams, link these teams and establishments to online sports betting.

Type B licenses are available for sportsbooks wishing to open an in-person site in Ohio. However, there are regulations on this: no county can have more than five retail sportsbooks, and counties with less than 50,000 people can only have one.

Type C licenses are available for grocery stores, bars, restaurants, and any Ohio lottery ticket vendors who wish to offer sports betting kiosks. They must also have a Class D liquor license.

Although it has yet to receive approval from the Ohio Casino Control Board, FanDuel has applied for a Type A license at Belterra Park in Cincinnati. FanDuel partner Boyd Gaming owns Belterra Park.

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