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A group of more than 30 fantasy sports companies has started its own lobbying effort that diverges from DraftKings and FanDuel.
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.
The daily fantasy sports industry took issue with many of the regulations of the industry proposed by attorney general Maura Healey.
Fantasy Sports Trade Association president Paul Charchian said his group will be fighting for the industry's legality by taking a state-by-state approach.
California became the first jurisdiction in the United States to pass a daily fantasy sports regulation bill out of a committee hearing.
A Pennsylvania committee hearing on daily fantasy sports indicated lawmakers want to regulate the industry, but changes to legislation were not discussed.
A lobbyist for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association said in testimony before a New Jersey Assembly committee that daily fantasy sports requires more skill than...
New Jersey will not be acting quickly on any possible legislation to regulate the daily fantasy sports industry after an Assembly committee hearing Monday.