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The New York attorney general's office, the federal government and the media are all potential threats to the status quo to DraftKings, FanDuel, and DFS.
The daily fantasy sports data leak story picked up momentum on Tuesday, with ESPN and DraftKings putting their marketing relationship on a temporary hiatus.
As daily fantasy sports receives more mainstream attention, there is a lot of misinformation floating around in the media on the internet.
The Fantasy Sports Trade Association and DraftKings said new policies are in the works after a barrage of media coverage detailing a data leak.
The responses of the major daily fantasy sports operators to recent questions regarding employee access to key data provide a clear logic for regulation.
An issue with data leaked by DraftKings regarding information that could affect game integrity has created an uproar on social media.
Daily fantasy sports is a top topic at the Global Gaming Expo, and DraftKings tightens its relationship with the NFL.
The daily fantasy sports industry and operators like DraftKings and FanDuel exist in an unregulated environment in the U.S. What might change under regulation?
A U.S. representative has asked for a Congressional hearing to review the legal status of fantasy sports.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board believes that daily fantasy sports are not legal in the state, according to a report from GamblingCompliance.