FanDuel Pays Out Early on USA Winning 2019 Women's World Cup

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Alistair Prescott
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They haven't won it yet and, as of this writing, we weren't yet sure if they could overcome England, but Team USA is already a winner for those who bet them to win the 2019 Women's World Cup Final at FanDuel.

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That company is paying out early on the USA winning.

Sure they're good, but why not wait til they actually walk away with the cup.

From CBS Sports:

FanDuel announced on Friday that it is making early payouts to any New Jersey customers who bet the Americans would win it all, sacrificing $400,000 to reward those behind Team USA. The company is only honoring bets placed ahead of the team's Friday quarterfinal against France, but for those who backed the USWNT from the get-go, it's operating as if the Americans have already conquered this year's tournament.

Why would FanDuel do this?

It might be because it genuinely believes the U.S. will reign supreme come July 7.

A bigger potential reason: Publicity.

USA was a slight favorite to beat England on Tuesday.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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