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New Jersey FanDuel Casino gamblers will be welcoming retired four-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski at the roulette table on Thursday, May 16 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET.

The star of FanDuel Sportsbook‘s “Kick of Destiny” Super Bowl commercials posted his plans on X about hosting online roulette. NFL fans and regular gamblers are encouraged to download the FanDuel Casino app.

Rob Gronkowski will respond to questions from fans via the FanDuel Casino App on Thursday, May 16

In a social media tweet on X, the future NFL Hall of Famer posted: “Any FanDuel Casino customer in New Jersey can join my table right from their phone with the FanDuel Casino app. I’ll be reading and responding to your messages in real-time. So come play roulette with me and let’s have some fun.”

Real dealers host games within FanDuel Live Casino, and it streams to online players. This allows interactions between gamblers. That’s how Gronk will be able to answer questions at his roulette table.

If players are at least 21 years old, physically present in a state with legal casino gaming, and a first-time customer at the live casino app, they can sign up to create a new account today. Newly registered customers can select the Live Casino tab within the FanDuel Casino mobile app to check out all the available games from FanDuel Casino Live Dealer.

Hours after Gronk made his May 13 announcement on X, his post had more than twice as many views as the FanDuel Casino account has followers. This shows why online casinos and betting sites rely on celebrities to promote content.

Gronk’s X account has 3.1 million followers, while the online casino has just 21,000 followers

At 4 p.m. this past Monday, X visitors viewed his video 45,300 times. By Wednesday morning, Gronk’s post had 60,000 views.

Gronk’s account has 3.1 million followers, whereas FanDuel Casino has just 21,100 followers. It should be noted that the casino joined the social media site in August 2018.

Meanwhile, Gronk created his account in April 2010.

Although iGaming and online casino games are legal in states like Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, other states such as Texas, Hawaii, and Minnesota still prohibit gambling.