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The NFL's recent suspension of Arizona Cardinal Josh Shaw highlights gaps in commuication between legal sports betting and the league's athletes.
A newer talking point from the PGA Tour and Major League Baseball describes purveyors of unofficial data as “pirates,” or groups who are “stealing” from...
In 2016, World Chess US Inc. filed a lawsuit against the company ChessGames Services LLC. We learn about sports betting data through it.
Sports betting on Native American tribal lands is moving at a cautious pace. Given the prevalence of tribal gaming throughout the country, the role of...
MLB's vision for what sports betting in Washington state might look like if a genie granted wishes played out earlier this month.
Purdue adopted a new sports betting ban last week that applies to faculty, staff, and non-student athletes. The legality of that ban remains in question.
The indictment charges that Benjamin Bifalco and others attempted to bribe NCAA Division I men’s basketball players to fix a game.
Stop us if you've heard any of this before from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. Last week Bloomberg posted an interview with Silver.
Fighting match-fixing is something that regulators, leagues, and sportsbooks should all be on the same page about.
Independently collecting and disseminating data without free-riding on league intellectual property rights creates long odds in an officiai league data suit.