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For those following the New Jersey sports betting saga, West Virginia’s emergence as a potential challenger on federal sports betting law comes as no surprise.
Daily fantasy sports site FantasyDraft confirmed that a bankruptcy court had approved its plan to bail out players at Fantasy Aces.
Bankrupt daily fantasy sports operator Fantasy Aces admitted that it co-mingled player funds and operational funds in its latest court filings.
The largest daily fantasy sports sites -- DraftKings and FanDuel -- have plans to merge sometime later this year. What are federal regulators looking at?
The incoming US Solicitor General is poised to have a impact on sports betting in the US. Now we know who that person is likely...
After the collapse of a DFS site with over a million dollars in player funds, NY regulators demand proof of segregated funds from state-licensed DFS...
The wire fraud statute could attach in the wake of bankruptcy court revelations involving daily fantasy sports site Fantasy Aces.
One of the biggest daily fantasy sports operators this side of DraftKings and FanDuel has declared for bankruptcy.
The Department of Justice invoked illegal sports betting as part of its settlement of nearly $600 million with Western Union.
Tuesday's request from the US Supreme Court appears to have considerably improved the odds of New Jersey seeing its sports betting case heard.