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While the daily fantasy sports industry gained legal clarity in Tennessee, DraftKings and FanDuel pulled out of Alabama this week.
The governors of both Mississippi and Tennessee could sign legislation regulating daily fantasy sports this week after the state legislatures passed bills, and sports betting...
Congress will hold a hearing next month on daily fantasy sports, while the industry closely watches activity in Maryland, Tennessee and Mississippi.
FansUnite is in the early stages of tapping into a network of sports bettors to “bring collaboration and transparency" to wagering.
Attorneys general in both Alabama and Tennessee weighed in on the legality of daily fantasy sports this past week, with bills active in both states.
DraftKings and FanDuel reach an agreement with the NCAA to stop offering college contests, while small fantasy sports businesses make a lobbying push.
DraftKings and FanDuel reach a settlement with New York, Indiana passes a daily fantasy sports bill, and Massachusetts regulates the industry.
DraftKings and FanDuel openly oppose a fantasy sports bill in New Jersey. And information comes out about DFS federal investigations.
Virginia became the first state to pass regulations for daily fantasy sports; DraftKings agrees to pay hundreds of thousands owed by operator FantasyHub.
While the U.S. is mired in legal and regulatory uncertainty for daily fantasy sports, the U.K. at least offers something America cannot.