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New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a fantasy sports bill into law on Tuesday, making it the 13th state to pass such a law.
The UK Gaming Commission warned about running unauthorized fantasy sports leagues with entry fees on Monday. That could include even advertising such contests.
Mississippi lawmakers might be putting the stop sign up for legal sports betting in the state, according to recent reporting from state media outlets.
Connecticut Gov. Danell Malloy signed a bill into law this week with provisions that allow the state to move forward on sports betting regulation.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said his league has an eye on the New Jersey sports betting case, and is preparing for a loss.
While most of the country was getting ready to celebrate the Fourth of July, the daily fantasy sports industry was notching victories in several statehouses.
One state appears ready to launch sports betting if New Jersey wins its Supreme Court case: Mississippi.
A sports betting bill that passed the Connecticut legislature earlier this month suddenly seems a whole lot more relevant.
New Jersey state Sen. Ray Lesniak said he isn't waiting to find out what the US Supreme Court will do in the ongoing NJ sports betting case....
Daily fantasy sports offers a limited opportunity for states like Illinois to generate revenue, compared to iGaming. The state may regulate one or both.