DraftKings: Director, Gaming Relations

Were reimagining sports and technology.

DraftKings is bringing sports fans closer to the games they love and becoming an essential part of their experience in the process. An industry pioneer since our founding in 2012, we believe we can continue to define what it means to be a technology company in sports entertainment. We love what we do and we think you will too.


Be part of the newest game changer.

We are rapidly growing our leading US sports brand with our new Sportsbook product. We are looking for a Director, Gaming Relations to oversee our gaming partnerships and collaborate with our Marketing and Retail Sportsbook teams to drive maximum value for our partners. Sound good to you? Join us.

What youll do as a Director of Gaming Relations:

  • Oversee a team that manages key strategic partnerships with casino and gaming partners.
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with senior executives at partner companies.
  • Design strategy to ensure that DraftKings is driving key partner business objectives.
  • Implement processes to optimize day-to-day partner management and reporting of key metrics, including revenue.
  • Collaborate with internal marketing, product, and events teams to develop custom activation strategies for partners.
  • Collaborate with internal operations teams to optimize DraftKings retail sportsbooks.
  • Track and report on relationships to DraftKings senior executives.
  • Conduct regular analysis for key areas of growth.

What skills you will use:

  • Ideally, you have 7+ years of client and partner management as well as relevant experience with Gaming, Sports Betting, and/or Fantasy Sports company.
  • Bachelors Degree Required; MBA preferred.
  • You have exceptional communication skills, both written and oral.
  • You also have a strong understanding of the Gaming and Daily Fantasy Sports categories.
  • Ability to work independently with very little guidance and collaborate closely with cross-functional teams.


Who are we a good fit for?

We love working with talented people but more than that, we seek out compassionate co-workers with a collaborative spirit. Our work moves quickly and were great at coming together to find creative solutions to some of techs most interesting problems. If that sounds good to you, join us.


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Were proud to believe that your gender, race, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, or status as an individual with a disability should have nothing to do with our hiring practices. Well never discriminate against anyones background or creed. If youre good at what you do, we want you to do it at DraftKings.

Full-time

Why We Work Here

Manasa Konidena
Software Engineer

"The inclusive spirit is a huge motivating factor to working at DraftKings. When you are working on a project as a team which most times is already fleshed out by product teams and managers and gone through reviews, at project kick-offs and review meetings, your ideas and opinions are heard and taken seriously. An atmosphere is created where giving an opinion which you believe is valuable is the organic decision you make."

Tyler Dowse
Business Data Analyst

"Since my first day on the job, I’ve always felt like my ideas have been valued. Because DraftKings is so reliant on data-driven decision making, everyone in the company is willing to open up to your ideas if you have the data to back them up. Age, position, and experience have no negative impacts on how you are perceived at DraftKings, which makes for a very productive and collaborative workplace."

Ellen Kim
Senior Software Engineer

"I've found that working with really intelligent people to build new products motivates me to continue our journey at DraftKings together. Learning and sharing a variety of knowledge with each other, and solving technical problems together keeps me really interested in the industry and makes me feel highly valued at DraftKings every day."

Jessie Haffey
Senior Software Engineering Manager

"The problems we solve are unique because we’re dealing with live sporting events. Most tech products deal with relatively predictable traffic, as where our traffic on an NFL Sunday could be significantly higher than any other day of the week and might vary drastically minute to minute based on the game."

Jeff Singer
Tech Lead

"The first time I saw the engineering team work on a production outage, I was amazed by the deep understanding of our systems, the professionalism, and the urgency that my colleagues brought to the table. I have never seen anything else like it in my career as a software engineer."