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Before Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe signs a bill to legalize daily fantasy sports, he should seek 5 amendments to dramatically improve the legislation.
Despite the fact that an FSTA member site is unable to pay players their money, the organization continues to recklessly advocate for self-regulation.
Majority of daily fantasy sports bills working their way through over 25 states may authorize a far broader class of sports betting than lawmakers realize.
News of a major League of Legends event and the potential for a permanent eSports arena the latest points of convergence between Vegas and eSports.
The Hawaii Attorney General has issued an opinion that daily fantasy sports constitutes gambling under state law. Statement and full opinion from Hawaii AG Doug...
The future of daily fantasy sports in Texas is uncertain following an opinion from state Attorney General Ken Paxton that the activity constitutes gambling for...
On Friday morning, a New York judge effectively shut down daily fantasy sports in the state. By afternoon, a higher court returned the status quo.
A New York Supreme Court judge declined to issue an immediate ruling on a request by the state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for an injunction that...
The trend of states borrowing from the UIGEA when considering permitting or regulating daily fantasy sports may set the process on track for trouble.
Daily fantasy sports leader FanDuel announces decision to stop taking deposits from New York in the wake of action from Attorney General Schneiderman.