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In the wake of Michigan calling into question the legality of daily fantasy sports, are there other states where sites are operating in a gray...
A U.S. representative has asked for a Congressional hearing to review the legal status of fantasy sports.
Amaya-backed daily fantasy sports site cuts off players from Canada and Michigan after transitioning from Victiv to StarsDraft brand - will others follow?
The Michigan Gaming Control Board believes that daily fantasy sports are not legal in the state, according to a report from GamblingCompliance.
A Michigan state senator has introduced a bill that would make sure fantasy sports are considered a game of skill under state law.
The future of daily fantasy sports and the possibility of regulation in the U.S. is likely to be impacted greatly by actions taken in Nevada.
DraftKings' U.K. gaming license and PokerStars' purchase of Victiv may have sped up the timeline for possible regulation of daily fantasy sports in the U.S.
DraftKings, FanDuel and the Fantasy Sports Trade Association will start lobbying in Florida to guard the legal status of daily fantasy sports in the state.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board is going to start examining the legality of daily fantasy sports in the state.
The company that is suing the NFL for its role in a canceled fantasy sports convention aggressively positions daily fantasy sports as league-sanctioned gambling.