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US – DraftKings begins trading on Nasdaq Stock Exchange

By - 27 April 2020

DraftKings, the digital sports entertainment and gaming company known for its industry-leading daily fantasy sports and mobile sports betting platforms, has completed its business combination with SBTech Limited, an international provider of cutting-edge sports gaming technologies, and Diamond Eagle Acquisition Corp.

The Business Combination, which was approved on 23 April 2020, by DEAC’s stockholders, creates the only vertically integrated pure-play sports betting and online gaming company based in the United States. Beginning 24 April 2020, DraftKings’ shares of Class A common stock will trade on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol “DKNG” and its warrants will trade on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “DKNGW”.

“Today marks another milestone for DraftKings and the future of digital sports entertainment and gaming in America,” said Jason Robins co-founder and CEO of DraftKings. “By bringing together our leading consumer brand, data science expertise and industry-leading products with SBTech’s proven technology platform, we will accelerate our innovation, growth and scale. I am confident that the new DraftKings will progress our goal of offering the best, most innovative sports and gaming products to our customers.”

In addition to Robins, DraftKings will continue to be led by its highly experienced management team including co-founder and President, North America, Matt Kalish; co-founder and President, Global Technology and Product, Paul Liberman; Chief Legal Officer, R. Stanton Dodge; and Chief Financial Officer Jason Park. Robins will also serve as Chairman of the Board with Harry Sloan of Diamond Eagle serving as Vice Chair.

DraftKings, which has approximately 2,300 worldwide employees, will maintain its global headquarters in Boston, as well as additional U.S.-based offices in Hoboken, Las Vegas, New York and San Francisco, and international offices including Dublin, Kyiv, Plovdiv, Sofia and Tel Aviv.

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