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DraftKings Sportsbook sign-up is straightforward. For players who have established accounts on the company’s daily fantasy site, use those login credentials for the sportsbook side and use the balance for both.
New accounts will require official identification like a driver’s license to verify identity. When establishing a new account, we recommend using a private, secure connection on a laptop or desktop to protect information. Once created, players in most states can download the app to play on the go.
After creating the account, players must make a deposit of $5 or more to qualify for the promotion. For those who are using the site for the first time, it might be wise to check with the banking institution first to verify they will allow for transactions on a gaming site (some still do not).
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NFL Week 8 Preview
It’s rare that the best game of the week is on Thursday night. Such is the case as the Packers head to the desert to take on the Cardinals. This game could decide seeding and even home field in the NFC playoffs as the two division leaders meet. However, there are currently COVID-19 concerns with the visitors’ wide receiving corps. This led to a major pre-game move in the spread towards the home team (3 points on some books). Even if he doesn’t have all his wideouts, Aaron Rodgers can’t be counted out, even on a short rest.
The Sunday slate is … well, depends on preferences and allegiances. Four of the five divisional matchups this week will be in the early window.
Steelers at Browns should be intriguing, especially if Baker Mayfield can play after the longer wait for Cleveland.
The later divisional game between Tampa and New Orleans is best of the 4 p.m. ET window. This’ll be the first time Brady and the Bucs visit the Superdome since ending Drew Brees’ career in January. It could be tough to get off the couch and take the kids trick-or-treating before sunset (sorry, it’s a school night).