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"Daily Fantasy Sports: The Impact of Fantasy Sports in America Today" attempts to take a candid look at the DFS industry from a macro perspective.
While a merger of daily fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel could make sense, there are also a lot of reasons why it doesn't.
The lessons of regulating a quickly developing gambling market in Macau can be applied to daily fantasy sports.
Do casinos want to see daily fantasy sports and the likes of DraftKings and FanDuel banned? And are states being greedy when it comes to...
The fantasy sports industry has the attention of lawmakers around the country, creating an important moment in paving the way for regulation.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association is pitching regulatory bills around the country, even though it once eliminated the need to enforce its own charter.
Despite the fact that an FSTA member site is unable to pay players their money, the organization continues to recklessly advocate for self-regulation.
Majority of daily fantasy sports bills working their way through over 25 states may authorize a far broader class of sports betting than lawmakers realize.
What does the end of the deal between DraftKings and ESPN mean for the daily fantasy sports industry?
Amaya recently Spin-and-Bet to its BetStars platform, but is the port from PokerStars a good move for the online gambling company?