The winless Philadelphia 76ers signed a marketing agreement with DraftKings Inc., one of the top competitors for the National Basketball Association's official one-day fantasy sports partner, FanDuel Inc.

The agreement announced Tuesday is DraftKings' first with an NBA team, as the Boston-based company last month became the official daily fantasy game of the National Hockey League and also has partnered with the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots in the National Football League.

DraftKings, which said it will pay out more than $200 million in winnings this year, becomes the presenting sponsor of the 76ers' official website, online newsletter and mobile application.