DraftKings launches A Pre-Live Promo in Ohio
- $200 In Free Bets No Deposit on January 1st
- Participate in $100,000 free bet sweepstakes contest
DraftKings Ohio has announced their Ohio sportsbook promo code offer for bettors who register before January 1st.. This makes them the one of the first Ohio betting apps that have a bonus in the state. In the past days, Ohio betting sites have been active in promoting their pre-launch offers. Both FanDuel and BetRivers Ohio beat DraftKings to the punch and already have a pre-launch promo in the state. With 20+ sports betting licenses, Ohio promises to become one of the strongest sports betting states in America.
The DraftKings Ohio promo code gives bettors an excellent bonus: 200 in free bets no deposit + a ticket to a $500,000 raffle. Each new customer who registers before January 1st will receive $200 in free bets with 1x wagering requirement. In addition, new DK customers will receive a ticket to a raffle, where 5 people will receive a $100,000 free bet, compilmentary of DraftKings.
|🎁 DraftKings Ohio Pre-Launch Promo||$200 in Free Bets|
|🎁 Expected Welcome Bonus||20% up to $1,000|
|🎁 Wagering Requirements||1x|
|🎁 Minimum Deposit||No Deposit Bonus|
The $200 in free bets is the strongest of Ohio Sportsbook promo codes. FanDuel only has half the amount, and BetRivers sportsbooko does not offer any free bets before their go-live date. In addition, 5 lucky players have the chance to score the free bet of a lifetime.
DraftKings will also operate a retail sportsbook in Ohio at Hollywood Casino, located in Toledo. The Casino & Sportsbook is located halfway between Cleveland and Detroit.
Ohio sports betting apps will launch at midnight on January 1st, 2023. With 13 million people and 20+ sports betting licenses, Ohio will be hotly contested among sportsbook operators. With this lucrative offer, DraftKings has quickly seized the number one sportsbook position in Ohio’s pre-launch market. However, several sportsbooks like BetMGM Ohio and Caesars Sportsbook have not yet started their promotional campaigns in the state.