FanDuel Comes to Atlanta with Plans for Tech Campus
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Tuesday that sports-tech entertainment company FanDuel Group will invest more than $15 million to open a new technology campus. The 68,000 square-foot facility will be located in Atlanta’s Midtown area, although the exact location is not yet clear.
The new facility will support FanDuel’s product, development, tech and information technology operations. The company said it would create 900 jobs in the region over the next five years.
“I look forward to seeing the countless opportunities this project creates for the hardworking Georgians across metro Atlanta,” said Kemp. “FanDuel’s decision to open a tech hub in Georgia is a testament to our world-class universities and tech training programs, as well as the diverse ecosystem of professional sports leagues and teams we’ve cultivated here.”
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