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As the industry continues to react to increased attention from government, a movement for a softer form of regulatory oversight appears to be gaining steam.
Reports indicate that US Attorney Preet Bharara of the Southern District of New York, is opening an investigation into the legality of daily fantasy sports
The daily fantasy site operated by Amaya, parent company of PokerStars, announces plans to withdraw real-money games from all but three states in the U.S..
A test by LSR reveals that Nevada players can still easily access contests on DraftKings, raising questions about the ability of DFS to block banned...
The calls for a Congressional hearing into daily fantasy sports have grown in the past two weeks, with Rep. Jason Chaffetz
Thoughts on the likely paths forward for daily fantasy sports in the wake of the Nevada decision to require a gaming license to operate DFS...
A Florida gaming attorney believes that a federal investigation into daily fantasy sports and its intersection with Florida law could have repercussions.
Nevada Gaming Control Board has issued a notice declaring daily fantasy sports gambling and effectively illegal under state law without a license.
The NFL has been working to stop a Congressional hearing into daily fantasy sports from occurring, according to Politico.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has opened an investigation into the daily fantasy sports industry, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.