On May 18th, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced FanDuel Group would be investing $15 million in the state to build a top-of-the-line technology campus in Atlanta. It is being reported that the center will create more than 900 jobs over the next five years.
The 68,000-square-foot facility will be located in midtown Atlanta. The venue will primarily focus on supporting companies’ production developments, technology, and IT operations.
“I’m proud to welcome FanDuel to the Peach State, and I look forward to seeing the countless opportunities this project creates for the hardworking Georgians across metro Atlanta,” Governor Kemp said. “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.”
FanDuel also will be working on educational training programs at numerous Georgia higher-learning institutions. This will include Georgia’s university system, private colleges, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and other non-collegiate programs in the state.
(All information was provided by OCG News)