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Yahoo will no longer continue to serve the daily fantasy sports market in the United Kingdom.
Yahoo has made a small but noteworthy update to its daily fantasy sports product.
The gap between the top two DFS operators -- DraftKings and FanDuel -- and the rest of the industry remains a stark one ahead of...
Yahoo became the latest daily fantasy sports site to enter the United Kingdom, joining DraftKings and FanDuel.
This week, Yahoo and FanDuel introduced products meant to make daily fantasy sports a more social game that runs all season.
Yahoo is no longer accepting credit cards for deposits on its daily fantasy sports platform, according to an email sent to users today.
Yahoo Sports announced a series of changes to its daily fantasy sports platform on Tuesday to "make contests more transparent," including limiting multiple entries in...
Metrics from daily fantasy sports sites like DraftKings and FanDuel showed that basketball, baseball don't trail football by that much in entry fees.
The top daily fantasy sports sites seem to have found a stable ground as the NFL regular season came to a close.
The major daily fantasy sports sites take big hits to entry fees for their contests during Week 14 of the NFL season.