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FanDuel experienced unprecedented growth in 2018 following a US Supreme Court ruling that allowed wagers on professional sporting events in the US. As the company’s popularity and product portfolio grew, it became a large target for account takeover (ATO) attacks and experienced up to 10 million malicious login attempts per day. FanDuel originally explored a homegrown bot management tool, but ultimately pivoted to consider vendor offerings instead.
FanDuel implemented HUMAN Bot Defender because of its ability to protect against the volume of attacks its platform had to endure. In addition, Bot Defender delivered the following benefits that allowed FanDuel to mitigate ATO attacks without sacrificing their users’ online experience: