DraftKings becomes the first US online casino to add craps to its game library.
Craps is one of the most popular and oldest casino games around, so it’s exciting to see an American casino finally add it to its gaming library.
DraftKings has officially become the first online casino in the US to offer online craps. The game can be enjoyed by players in any state where online casinos are legal, including Pennsylvania.
DraftKings’ craps game was built in-house, making it another branded table for the online casino to offer exclusive promotions to players that can’t be found anywhere else.
What can PA players expect from DraftKings’ craps game?
The game mirrors the popular casino table game and allows players to make multiple bets with one click.
Players will also find that they can roll the dice in whatever direction they choose, enabling them to keep their bets on the table following a winning roll. For new/inexperienced players, the game also features tutorials and on-screen help tools.
With all of these fantastic features, this makes DraftKings’ craps game the first online craps game in the US and one of the most realistic virtual craps games in the industry.
DraftKings’ VP of iGaming, Jason March, released a statement announcing the release of the game saying, “Craps was a challenging game to develop given the seemingly endless paths players can take, so I could not be prouder of our internal teams taking on this game development to deliver an authentic experience.”
DraftKings’ Current Welcome Promo
PA players can sign up as new users to DraftKings and take advantage of their 100% match deposit up to $1,500.
These bonus funds are weighted differently for table games, so be sure to fully read and understand the terms and conditions before opting in.
How do you play online craps?
The game of craps begins with the Come Out roll thrown by the ‘shooter,’ AKA the first player in the round.
Once the dice have been rolled, there are three outcomes we could see happen:
- Craps: Snake Eyes! You have rolled a 2 or a 12 and have lost but still have the chance to roll again.
- Natural: You have rolled a 7 or an 11 and get to roll again; you’re a winner!
- Point: You have rolled a 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 and get a second roll, but you need to hit the same number as the first roll to win. If, however, you roll a 7, you lose the round.
To learn more about how to play online craps and find the best tips and tricks of the game, visit our Guide to Online Craps.
As always, we encourage all our PA players to have fun but play responsibly.