FanDuel, the popular online sports game company, announced that it is opening a new technology campus in Atlanta and creating more than 900 jobs.
Governor Brian Kemp’s announcement includes that the company will invest more than $ 15 million in the new state-of-the-art campus, which will focus on the company’s product development, technology and IT operations.
“I am proud to welcome FanDuel to Peach State, and look forward to seeing the myriad of opportunities this project brings to the hardworking Georgians of Metro Atlanta,” said Kemp. “FanDuel’s decision to open a technology center in Georgia is testament to our world-class universities and technical training programs, as well as the diverse ecosystem of professional sports leagues and teams that we have cultivated here.”
FanDuel said it recognizes Atlanta’s diversity and will “support educational training programs with a broad coalition that will include Georgia’s premier university system, the state’s private colleges, its prestigious historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), and other non-college programs. “