DraftKings CEO and Co-Founder Jason Robins speaks throughout the unveiling of DraftKings headquarters March 26, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts.Darren McCollester | Getty ImagesShares of sports-betting service DraftKings had been down about 8% shortly after midday on Monday after the MLB postponed two upcoming video games because of the Covid-19 pandemic.Earlier Monday, Main League Baseball postponed the Miami Marlins recreation towards the Baltimore Orioles and the Philadelphia Phillies’ recreation towards the New York Yankees. The choice was made after greater than a dozen members of the Miami Marlins examined constructive for coronavirus, in keeping with the AP.DraftKings informed CNBC that MLB was the most well-liked sport in its sportsbook this weekend. And, over the weekend, DraftKings had the second-best day because the March shutdowns started, displaying simply how vital baseball is for the corporate. DraftKings additionally lets individuals wager on the PGA Tour, MLS, the WNBA and NASCAR, amongst different sports activities.Cellular betting is presently solely authorized in 7 states, nonetheless, and final 12 months at the moment cellular betting was solely authorized in New Jersey.DraftKings anticipated pent-up sports-betting demand as groups returned to play. In May, CEO Jason Robins stated the corporate had seen curiosity as individuals began to look at esports whereas leagues, together with the MLB and NBA, had been on pause because of the coronavirus outbreak.”Individuals are hungry for sports activities to return again,” Robins stated in May. However, now that sports activities are starting to return in restricted capability, there’s concern that they will be positioned on pause once more.Nonetheless, DraftKings has fared properly throughout the pandemic. Shares of the corporate are up 221.31% because the firm went public in April.CLARIFICATION: This text has been up to date to make clear that the MLB postponed the Monday recreation between the Miami Marlins and the Baltimore Orioles and the Philadelphia Phillies’ recreation towards the New York Yankees. Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.