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US – Resorts launches jackpot sports payouts FastPick

By - 11 March 2019

FastPick, the number-one game for head-to-head and over/under fantasy match-ups between the world’s biggest sports stars, is now available at ResortsCasino.com, the first casino in Atlantic City.

FastPick allows players to select their preferred head-to-head match-ups and player over/unders on some of the most high-profile games. It’s straightforward fantasy against the house, as FastPick takes the payout pools and DFS sharks out of the equation, allowing players to define their own payouts.

Simply combine 3-10 player picks in parlay-style entries – and if all your chosen players earn more Fantasy Points than their respective rivals, you’ll scoop jaw-dropping payouts of between x5 and x500 your original stake. It’s that easy – no sharks, no rosters, no complex scoring systems.

It’s just the latest development from the ResortsCasino.com lobby, which now houses a leading sportsbook, alongside over 500 online casino games, including slots, table games and Live Dealer tables.

With ResortsCasino.com, players get rewarded for their play with cashback promos, deposit matches, and a loyalty program – all backed by nine different deposit and withdrawal methods. On sign, there’s a 100 per cent bonus up to $1,000 on your first deposit, plus your first sports bet matched, up to $250.

Ed Andrewes, Owner of EAGC, lead consultant to Resort Digital Gaming: “We originally designed FastPick to accommodate every sports fan who wanted to get a slice of the action but didn’t have the time to compete effectively against those predatory DFS sharks. Now, in an evolving sports betting landscape, this fast-growing, easy-access take on head-to-head betting fuses the best of sportsbook props and DFS with some towering jackpots. Our players just love taking on the house in a series of one-on-one performance markets, featuring the superstars of US sports. We’re thrilled to be bringing the next generation of fantasy sports betting home to Resorts.”

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