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DraftKings Overview

Boston, MA (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (DKNG)
Unknown / Non-Applicable

FanDuel, DraftKings, Paddy Power Betfair

DraftKings Inc. (Nasdaq: DKNG) is a digital sports entertainment and gaming company created to fuel the competitive spirits of sports fans with products that range across daily fantasy, regulated gaming, and digital media. Headquartered in Boston, and launched in 2012 by Jason ... Read more

Mission: It’s simple, at DraftKings, we believe life’s more alive with skin in the game.

DraftKings Reviews

  • "Great company to work with"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at DraftKings full-time (Less than a year)


    DraftKings is a great company to work for. Here you really feel part of a big family, where everyone works towards common goals and everyone is passionate about the product and delivering a great customer experience.


    I can't think of one!

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the great work!

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DraftKings Photos

DraftKings photo of: Cross-functional meetings to produce excellent products for our customers.
DraftKings photo of: Graffiti Class Team Outing
DraftKings photo of: Austin Meadows visiting HQ
DraftKings photo of: Roman Quinn visiting HQ
DraftKings photo of: Christian Fauria visiting HQ!
DraftKings photo of: Las Vegas office construction
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DraftKings Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Software Development Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at DraftKings (London, England).


    After a first round with HR, second call with an engineering director, then coding interview.

    I was receiving positive feedback during the implementation, all the code puzzle were solved in O(N), the only not linear was a O(M+N). I did test the code and pseudocode after the interview and it worked.
    The exercise itself was not that hard.

    The person interviewed me asked as well random questions on UT, how to, when to. Clearly was following a check list. Not sure how prepared he was on the questions he was asking.

    I made 4 of 6 steps of the exercise, the guy was interviewing me had to rush 20 mins before the end of the one hour booked for the interview. Not sure lf it was a strategy to get rid of me :), I'm confident I was going to complete the test.

    It's fine to do not pass an interview, for any reason.. when I asked HR for a feedback I did not receive any reply with evidence unfortunately.
    Interviews are way to learn as well.

    I do interview people frequently, the approach is different.

    Interview Questions

    • I did use c#
      Question:Validate a lineup.
      Basic code puzzle. Straight implementation was nested for, I got linear runtime execution by usage of dictionaries. Then constant time inside for, assignments and key set during the single interaction.
      Access in constant time in dictionary to check distinct on key values.

      Basic usage of linq to make sum, groupBy and distinct.

      Generic very high level questions on UT, like "do you think make sense to use them and when! "
      Really you cannot interview a senior and poorly ask like that.

      There was a question on the complexity of a linq command execution, not sure the point of that, it depends if operation runs in memory or server side. The time to generate the sql command and execute it its another story. The volume of the data to deal with another story.   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • Today, DraftKings and ESPN entered into a content integration agreement that names DraftKings as a ‘Co-Exclusive Sportsbook Link-Out Provider’ and an ‘Exclusive Daily Fantasy Sports Provider’ of the media giant.

  • DraftKings Inc., the New Hampshire Lottery, and South Side Tavern today announced the opening of DraftKings Sportsbook at Manchester. The second retail sportsbook location to open in the state, DraftKings Sportsbook at Manchester, located at 1279 South Willow St. in Manchester, will offer bettors a unique gaming experience at a location that has been voted a top bar and restaurant in the state for three years straight, appearing in the Best of NH Awards category by New Hampshire Magazine.

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DraftKings Awards & Accolades

  • 40 Under 40(#8 Jason Robins - CEO), Fortune, 2015
  • Disruptor 50(45), CNBC, 2015
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